Ian Mcculloch Fun Facts, Quotes and Tweets


30th April 2010

Quote: "There are things I've said that maybe made Bono worse and more like the showman... He obviously isn't a buffoon. He's a clever bloke and he's written some good tunes - nothing with any profundity, I don't think - but some decent melodies... (and) he's got at least one more private jet than me." ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN star Ian Mcculloch on his decades-long feud with the U2 frontman.


1st September 2009

Quote: "The Killing Moon is more than a song; it’s about everything. It’s up there with Suzanne by Leonard Cohen, Blowin' In the Wind, In My Life. Every time I sing it I feel like, 'Whoa, something just happened there.' I let the crowd sing along with it now too. It used to put me off... but now I really enjoy it." ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN star Ian Mcculloch still enjoys performing the group's biggest hit and fan favourite.


31st August 2009

Quote: "Being 50 means nothing to me. The idea of being dead, now that’ll be f**king weird." ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN star Ian Mcculloch on turning 50 earlier this year (09).


2nd December 2008

Quote: "I plan on not dying at all, but if I have to, I want to die in Liverpool." ECHO + THE BUNNYMEN frontman Ian Mcculloch has no plans to leave his English hometown.


25th September 2007

Quote: "I'm better than Leonardo Da Vinci because I have to sing that stuff and I could draw as well as him when I was 17." ECHO + THE BUNNYMEN frontman Ian Mcculloch sings his own praises.


11th July 2007

Quote: "All I see are dodgy films with Madonna in and Bono's hair. I saw (his hair) in that video... where they play on the roof. F**kin' hell, you could've used it as a wedding dress, it was that long, like a big flap of s**te." ECHO + THE BUNNYMEN star Ian Mcculloch on the worst things about the 1980s.


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