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The Cure - Into The Dark : The Early Cure (1979-1982) Album

  • Performer: The Cure
  • Title: Into The Dark : The Early Cure (1979-1982)
  • Size MP3 ver: 2769 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2103 mb
  • Country: Russia
  • Date of release: 2009
  • Style: New Wave, Post-Punk, Goth Rock
  • # Catalog: LR 402
  • Label: Lilith
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Genre: Rock
The Cure - Into The Dark : The Early Cure (1979-1982) Album


1A Reflection
2Other Voices
3At Night
5In Your House
6Play For Today
7Foxy Lady
8The Final Sound
12 Faith
13Seventeen Seconds
1410.15 Saturday Night
15 Three Imaginary Boys
16The Holy Hour
17One Hundred Years
18Fire In Cairo
20The Funeral Party
21Subway Song
22So What
23A Strange Day
24A Short Term Effect
26 Pornography
27All Cats Are Grey
28 Seventeen Seconds
30Grinding Halt
31Meat Hook
32Another Day
33Three Imaginary Boys
34It's Not You
35Siamese Twins
36The Hanging Garden
37The Drowning Man
41The Figurehead
42A Forest


This is a limited box set edition of 4 previously issued records compiled in an outer cardboard slipcase.

[Box, front]
Three Imaginary Boys • on picture disc
Seventeen Seconds • on white vinyl
Faith • on grey vinyl
Pornography • on clear red vinyl

[Box, back]
Attention all Cure Fans! This collectible 4LP Box Set features special versions of the first four Cure albums and this is a chance to collect them all in one shot: their brilliant debut plus the triptych representing their "Dark Period" that caused them to become the unwilling godfathers of goth.

This box set created by Lilith Records Ltd.
Manufactured in EU

All records were previously released separately, 'Three Imaginary Boys' on Lilith, 'Seventeen Seconds', 'Faith' and 'Pornography' on Vinyl Lovers.


  • Barcode: 013252940217
  • Other (Three Imaginary Boys catalog number): LR130P
  • Other (Seventeen Seconds catalog number): 990359
  • Other (Faith catalog number): 990229
  • Other (Pornography catalog number): 990236

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