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Object - The Cure - Three Imaginary Boys (Cassette, Album)

17.07.2019
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  1. Mar 09,  · 9 videos Play all the cure- three imaginary boys full album The Man From Another Place The Cure - 3 imaginary boys, Saturday Night, Killing an arab - .
  2. The Cure - Three Imaginary Boys review: A quirky, almost playful album. Pretty solid overall, with abstract lyrics, spinning from a moody and minimalist sound to the rageful and raw sound that marks the post punk genre, Three Imaginary Boys stands as an oddity in The Cure´s catalog.
  3. Jan 04,  · "Three Imaginary Boys" is weighed down by some poor lyrics, hacky production touches, rough and simple arrangements, and adolescent, sophomoric gestures. The lamest moments include the cover of "Foxy Lady," which seems to take cues from Devo's stunning evisceration and reanimation of the Rolling Stones' idiotic chestnut "Satisfaction."/5().
  4. Three Imaginary Boys is the Cure's U.K. debut and for a band that has done so much that should be enough reason alone to buy this heavy, cleanly produced vinyl version. It is by no means quintessential or in any way a typical Cure album/5().
  5. "Killing an Arab" is the first single by The Cure. It was recorded at the same time as their first LP in the UK, Three Imaginary Boys (), but not included on the album. However, it was included on the band's first US album, Boys Don't Cry (). This song lends two of its lines to the titles of one of The Cure's compilation albums, Standing on a Beach, and to its CD/video counterpart.
  6. Title track Three Imaginary Boys is one of the best early Cure songs, featuring the best bass on the entire album and some tasteful guitar licks the track has an overall depressing feel. At the it is the second longest song and possibly the best, a formula that should be used on every CD.
  7. Three Imaginary Boys, an Album by The Cure. Released in on Sire (catalog no. ; Cassette).
  8. Maybe it was youthful exuberance or perhaps it was the fact that the band itself was not pulling all the strings, Three Imaginary Boys is not only a very strong debut, but a near oddity (it's an admittedly "catchy" record) in the Cure catalog. More poppy and representative of the times than any other album during their long career, Three Imaginary Boys is a semi-detached bit of late-'70s.

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