THE CURE STANDING ON A BEACH - THE SINGLES Gatefold

 

THE CURE STANDING ON A BEACH - THE SINGLES Gatefold

Collectors information & Description: 

Gatefold (FOC) cover design with artwork / photos on the inside cover pages

This album "THE CURE - Standing on a Beach - The Singles" includes the original custom inner sleeve with album details, and artwork/photos.

"Standing on a Beach" is a singles compilation released by the British rock band The Cure in May, 1986, marking a decade since the band's founding in 1976. The title is taken from the opening lyrics of The Cure's debut single "Killing an Arab".

Music Genre:

 
English Rock

Label Information:

 
Fiction Records 829 239

Media Format:

 
12" Vinyl Stereo Gramophone Record
Total Album (Cover+Record) weight: 280 gram  

Year & Country:

 
1986 Made in Germany
  The detailed grading and condition information of this album and the recoved information is listed near the end of this page

Album cover photos of : THE CURE - Standing on a Beach - The Singles

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Inner Cover   of "THE CURE - Standing on a Beach - The Singles" Album
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Photo of "THE CURE - Standing on a Beach - The Singles" 12" LP Record
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Note: The images on this page are photos of the actual album. Slight differences in color may exist due to the use of the camera's flash.

Track Listing of: "THE CURE - Standing on a Beach - The Singles"

The Songs/tracks on "THE CURE - Standing on a Beach - The Singles" are

  1. "Killing an Arab" (Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst, Michael Dempsey) 2:22
  2. "Boys Don't Cry" (Dempsey, Smith, Tolhurst) 2:35
  3. "Jumping Someone Else's Train" (Smith, Tolhurst, Dempsey) 2:54
  4. "A Forest" (Smith, Tolhurst, Simon Gallup, Matthieu Hartley) 4:53
  5. "Primary" (Smith, Tolhurst, Gallup, Hartley) 3:33
  6. "Charlotte Sometimes" (Smith, Tolhurst, Gallup) 4:13
  7. "The Hanging Garden" (Smith, Tolhurst, Gallup) 4:21
  8. "Let's Go to Bed" (Smith, Tolhurst) 3:33
  9. "The Walk" (Smith, Tolhurst) 3:28
  10. "The Lovecats" (Smith) 3:38
  11. "The Caterpillar" (Smith, Tolhurst) 3:38
  12. "In Between Days" (Smith) 2:56
  13. "Close to Me" (Smith) 3:39

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