Cure, the
Three Imaginary Boys = 180g vinyl = remastered

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm      + bonus download

( 1979 )2016 EU reissue on 180g LP+download- The Cure's stunning 1979 debut, Three Imaginary Boys, on U.K.-based Fiction Records launched an extraordinary career and enduring worldwide popularity.
From dreamy pop to moody expressionism, their signature s

Label:  Polydor 
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Release date: 10-09-2016(originally released in 1979)

2016 EU reissue on 180g LP+download-Originally a postpunk outfit with gothic leanings, The Cure evolved into one of the most visionary, creatively satisfying and influential groups to come of age in the 1980's. From dreamy pop to moody expressionism, their signature sound is adventurous, hypnotic, and rich with texture. Formed in 1976 by Robert Smith and schoolmates Michael Dempsey (bass) and Laurence Tolhurst (drums), The Cure's stunning 1979 debut, Three Imaginary Boys, on U.K.-based Fiction Records launched an extraordinary career and enduring worldwide popularity.

After touring for almost all of 1977 as a quartet, the band rearranged their line-up with the sacking of Porl Thompson, giving birth to an unusual power trio. This line-up lasted only for their first record, making it unique in its essentially minimal sound. The year was now 1978, and the three (imaginary?) boys soon signed to Chris Parry's Fiction Label. The album was subsequently released in the US with a different title (Boys Don't Cry - after one of the band's best selling singles) and featured a slightly different track listing.

Tracks:
A1 10.15 Saturday Night
A2 Accuracy
A3 Grinding Halt
A4 Another Day
A5 Object
A6 Subway Song

B1 Foxy Lady (Written-By –Jimi Hendrix)
B2 Meat Hook
B3 So What
B4 Fire In Cairo
B5 It's Not You
B6 Three Imaginary Boys
B7 The Weedy Burton

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Bonus(cd,single,download): bonus download
Label: Polydor
Originally released: 1979
This release: 2016
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