The Cure | Staring at the Sea: The Singles – 1986


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The Cure

Staring at the Sea: The Singles


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• 1978 ~ 1986
01 ▸ The Cure - Killing an Arab - 1978 •
02 ▸ The Cure - 10:15 Saturday Night - 1978 •
03 ▸ The Cure - Boys Don't Cry - 1979 •
04 ▸ The Cure - Jumping Someone Else's Train - 1979 •
05 ▸ The Cure - A Forest - 1980 •
06 ▸ The Cure - Play for Today - 1980 •
07 ▸ The Cure - Primary - 1981 •
08 ▸ The Cure - Other Voices - 1981 •
09 ▸ The Cure - Charlotte Sometimes - 1981 •
10 ▸ The Cure - The Hanging Garden - 1982 •
11 ▸ The Cure - Let's Go to Bed - 1982 •
12 ▸ The Cure - The Walk - 1983 •
13 ▸ The Cure - The Love Cats - 1983 •
14 ▸ The Cure - The Caterpillar - 1984 •
15 ▸ The Cure - In Between Days - 1985 •
16 ▸ The Cure - Close to Me - 1985 •
17 ▸ The Cure - A Night Like This - 1985 •
18 ▸ The Cure - Boys Don't Cry [New Voice, New Mix Version] - 1986 •

ARTIST

The Cure

(Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst, Porl Thompson, Simon Gallup, Boris Williams, Roger O'Donnell, Perry Bamonte, Jason Cooper, Reeves Gabrels, ...)
[1976-...], Crawley, West Sussex, United Kingdom

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· Biographie
The Cure are an English rock band formed in 1976.
The group has experienced continuous line-up changes over its lifespan, with vocalist, guitarist and principal songwriter Robert Smith being the only constant member.
The band's debut album was Three Imaginary Boys (1979) and this, along with several early singles, placed the band in the post-punk and new wave movements that had sprung up in the wake of the punk rock revolution in the United Kingdom.
During the early 1980s the band's increasingly dark and tormented music, as well as Smith's stage look, was a staple of the emerging style of music known as gothic rock.
· About this album
Staring at the Sea: The Singles collects all of The Cure's biggest U.K. hits and best-known songs from the late '70s and early '80s. Spanning from "Killing an Arab" and "Boys Don't Cry," to "The Lovecats," "In Between Days," and "Close to Me," Staring at the Sea captures some of the finest -- and most influential -- post-punk music.
At their best,The Cure were nervy, intellectual, catchy, and foreboding, all at once. No matter how carefully crafted The Cure's individual albums were, their finest moments occurred on singles like these, when they distilled their essence into surprisingly catchy, but decidedly left-of-center, pop singles. Staring at the Sea not only selects highlights from their uneven early albums, it collects many of the group's terrific non-LP singles. It's a definitive retrospective of The Cure and is one of the finest albums of the '80s.

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