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In 1989, Ian Broudie began recording alone under the name "Lightning Seeds". The name derives from a misheard lyric from Prince 's 1985 hit single " Raspberry Beret " (The rain sounds so cool / When it hits the barn roof / And the horses wonder who you are / Thunder drowns out what the lightning sees). Broudie had previously been a member of the band Care [3] in the mid-1980s, but by 1989 was much better known as a producer for Liverpool-based chart acts Echo & the Bunnymen and many other independent labels at the time.


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