Think I Need It Too
|"Think I Need It Too"|
|Single by Echo & the Bunnymen|
|from the album The Fountain|
|Released||28 September 2009|
|Recorded||Parr Street Studios, Liverpool|
|Writer(s)||Ian McCulloch, John McLaughlin, Simon Perry, David Thomas, Will Sergeant|
|Producer(s)||John McLaughlin, Ian McCulloch, Simon Perry|
|Echo & the Bunnymen singles chronology|
"Think I Need It Too" is a song by the British rock band Echo & the Bunnymen. The song was released as a single on 28 September 2009 on Ocean Rain Records. It is the first single from the band's eleventh studio album, The Fountain (2009).
The song developed from sessions lead singer Ian McCulloch had with three London-based musicians. McCulloch said, "I thought [guitarist Will Sergeant and I] needed to do stuff differently, but so the result still sounded like the Bunnymen." McCulloch felt that the sound was right and he and Sergeant returned to the studio to record material for Fountain, including "Think I Need It Too".
NME compared "Think I Need It Too" to Echo & the Bunnymen's 1987 song "Lips Like Sugar" when they described it as an "anthemic, radio friendly love song". They went on to describe McCulloch's voice as "the lustiest voice we've heard for years". Awarding the single four stars, News of the World described the song as one of the band's "best ballads in years".
- "Think I Need It Too (Album Version)" – 3:41
- "November (Album Version)" – 4:04
- Ian McCulloch – vocals, producer
- Will Sergeant – guitar
- John McLaughlin – producer
- Simon Perry – produceer
- David Thomas – mixing
- Andrea Wright – additional production
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- Trust, Gary (8 October 2009). "Chart Beat Thursday: Barbra Streisand, Foreigner, Jay Sean". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. Retrieved on 19 October 2009.
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