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A Reflection - The Cure - Seventeen Seconds (CD, Album)

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  1. A Reflection This song is by The Cure and appears on the album Seventeen Seconds (). Instrumental Credits Written by: Robert Smith, Laurence Tolhurst, Simon Gallup, Mathieu Hartley Lyrics licensed by LyricFind External links Nominate as Song of the Day iTunes: buy A .
  2. So, Billy, Seventeen Seconds is a small portion of what was right with the Eighties and is a small little piece of celluloid that MTV failed to tell you about. Short, smart and artistic, this album is a great way to get to know the Cure without having to buy both Three Imaginary Boys and Boys Don't Cry and not having to reach into their most.
  3. 2 CD set compiled by Robert Smith and digitally remastered from the original master tapes. CD 1 is the original album, CD 2 is called Rarities and features 15 tracks on CD for the very first time - 'I'm a Cult Hero' (vinyl single by Cult Hero), 'I Dig You' (vinyl single by Cult Hero), 'Another Journey By Train' (home demo), 'Secrets' (home demo), 'Seventeen Seconds' (live), 'In Your /5().
  4. This album is a step forward from Three Imaginary Boys, with the arrangements and song writing developing a sound that would be explored more on the Faith and Pornography albums. On Seventeen Seconds, the keyboards are a significant part of the sound, although the stripped back guitar that was very much a feature of TIB is still there/5(75).
  5. If you're new to the Cure, you problably know them as a "gloomy" goth band. Well, if you pick up their first CD(Three Imaginary Boys), you would never have known. Their second album, Seventeen Seconds, took the band to a very dark place. Of coure, they got MUCH darker on the next two albums/5().
  6. Apr 20,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Cure - Seventeen Seconds at Discogs. Complete your The Cure collection/5(K).
  7. May 31,  · According to the setlist and fan accounts posted by Chain of Flowers, the band — for the first of its two “Reflections” concerts — played its first three albums — ’s Three Imaginary Boys, ’s Seventeen Seconds and ’s Faith — with O’Donnell joining the lineup for the first time since for the latter two albums.
  8. The Cure Seventeen Seconds Spin: "[The album] finds Robert Smith starting to get his 'Phantom of the Opera' on SEVENTEEN SECONDS is not an album for the faint at heart. "A Reflection" is eerily beautiful, but the album's true highlight is the perky-but-sad "A Forest." Price: $

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