The Cure: Seventeen Seconds, LP (Vinyl)
The Cure: Seventeen Seconds, LP (Vinyl)
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The Cure : Seventeen Seconds

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
180 gram reissue with download code, remastered by Robert Smith, 3rd Cure album, originally released 1980, includes "A Forest"
  • Fiction Records
  • (0602547875372)
  • 10 Tracks
  • EAN 0602547875372
  • M / M
  • virgin
  • sealed

tracks

A1

A Reflection

A2

Play For Today

A3

Secrets

A4

In Your House

A5

Three

B1

The Final Sound

B2

A Forest

B3

M

B4

At Night

B5

Seventeen Seconds

Credits

Artwork
  • Bill Smith
  • The Cure
Bass
  • Simon Gallup
Drums
  • Laurence Tolhurst
Engineer
  • Mike Dutton
  • Mike Hedges
  • Andrew Warwick
  • Nigel Green
Guitar
  • Robert Smith
Vocals
  • Robert Smith
Keyboards
  • Matthieu Hartley
Photography By
  • Andrew Douglas
Producer
  • Mike Hedges
  • Robert Smith
  • Chris Parry
  • Laurence Tolhurst
  • Matthieu Hartley
  • Simon Gallup
Remastered By
  • Robert Smith
Written By

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