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The Cure - Three Imaginary Boys [2005 reissue]

The Cure - Three Imaginary Boys [2005 reissue]

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Beschikbaarheid: OP VOORRAAD
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CD: 982 182-9
LABEL: Fiction

01. 10:15 Saturday Night
02. Accuracy
03. Grinding Halt
04. Another Day
05. Object
06. Subway Song
07. Foxy Lady
08. Meathook
09. So What
10. Fire In Cairo
11. It's Not You
12. Three Imaginary Boys
13. The Weedy Burton (Previously Unreleased)

Digitally remastered reissue of The Cure's debut album Three Imaginary Boys from 1979. Before they honed their patented blend of dark melodies and gothic textures, The Cure made catchy, if angular, pop-punk. The band started out as a trio with Robert Smith on guitar, Lol Tolhurst on drums and Michael Dempsey on bass. Three Imaginary Boys sounds very good for a debut album. It still has a unique sound after all these years; however, it's hard to truly appreciate what this sounded like in 1979. It's a problem all art suffers when you look back after its influence has made permeated the culture. Disc one is the original album in its entirety, clocking in at a meager 36 minutes. The songs are short and the structure of the music is simple, but you can hear the seeds of what The Cure's sound would later become throughout the album. "Object" has a cool echo effect on the vocals. "Subway" is a short, spooky song about a woman being followed. "Meathook" is a weird, funny story about going into a butcher shop and Robert repeats some words. The only well known song is "10:15 Saturday Night".

Influences / Similar Artists:
Joy Division, Lowlife, The Sound, Echo & The Bunnymen


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