FLOWERS OF LOVE

www.thecure.cz

The Cure on Press (1979)


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single review.

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single advert.

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single review by Jon Savage.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Hope And Anchor (19/12/1978) show review by Rick Joseph. Journalist Jive (by Lockjaw) single review written by Max Bell.

Gang of Four on the cover.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Moonlight Club (17/1/1979) show review entitled "Killer Cure" written by Ian Birch. Also there is Marquee (27/1/1979) show advert.

The Who on the cover.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single review by Tony Parson. Marquee (27/1/1979) show advert.

Elvis Costello on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)



INFO

Interview with The Cure entitled "Kill Or Cure" written by Dave McCullough. Marquee (27/1/1979) show advert. "Sounds Playlist" with The Cure.

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Zig Zag (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single review.

Ian Dury on the cover.

New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Sunday specials at Lyceum" about the upcoming shows.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Moonlight Club (17/1/1979) show review by Giovanni Dadomo. 20 Of Another Kind compilation album advert.

Bette Bright on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

Small article entitled "Killing A Rumour".

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

The Nash Ville Room (9/2/1979) show advert. 20 Of Another Kind compilation album advert.

SCANS


Music Week (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single advert. The Nash Ville Room (9/2/1979) show advert. 20 Of Another Kind compilation album advert.

Stranglers on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Taking the Cure" about the single release of Killing An Arab.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single and 20 Of Another Kind compilation album adverts.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article about the re-release of Killing An Arab single. 20 Of Another Kind compilation album advert and review written by Paul Morley.

Village People on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Small article (or review ???) entitled "Fiction Records Beats Reallity". Killing An Arab single advert. 20 Of Another Kind compilation album advert (in this issue ???).

UFO on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

Birmingham (13/2/1979) show review written by Stephen Gordon.

Tap Dance Anyone on the cover.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Marquee (4/3/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "The Cure - when and where it's available" about upcoming tour. Marquee (4/3/1979) and Isleworth (9/3/1979) show adverts. A Dose Of Sundays advert.

Graham Parker on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Queue for Cure" about upcoming tour. Marquee (4/3/1979) show advert.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "The Cure are gigging extensively this month in support...".

Smash Hits (UK)



INFO

Killing An Arab single review by Cliff White. 20 Of Another Kind compilation advert.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Marquee (11/3/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Marquee (11/3/1979) show advert.

Van Morrison on the cover.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Marquee (11/3/1979) show review by James Truman. Also there is Marquee (18/3/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article about tour changes. Marquee (18/3/1979) show advert.

The Only Ones on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Tour news article about concert changes. Marquee (18/3/1979) show advert. Also there is small 20 Of Another Kind compilation album review entitled "A Around This Month's Vinyl Bush" written by Barry Lazell.

The Modern Dance on the cover.

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Smash Hits (UK)



INFO

20 Of Another Kind compilation advert. Competition.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Article entitled "Practical poprock" written by Ian Birch. Marquee (25/3/1979) show advert.

Joseph Hill on the cover.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Marquee (25/3/1979) show advert.

Iggy Pop on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

Marquee (25/3/1979) show advert.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article about arresting Chris Parry which begins with: "Cure manager and Polydor production mogul Chris Parry...".

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Tour report entitled "In search of The Cure" written by Chris Westwood.

Jimmy Pursey of Sham 69 on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article about the deleting Killing An Arab single. Also there is another news article entitled "Searching For A Cure" about their show in Chesterfield Fusion Hall (5/4/1979).

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

West Runton Pavilion (30/3/1979) show review by Alex Skorecki.

Siouxsie on the cover.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "Anguished phone message from The Spasms, informing us that they, and not The Cure...".

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "The Cure go on their longest tour".

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New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Steel Pulse, Police, Skids, Stiff Little Fingers, Cure" about their upcoming tour. Newport (18/5/1979) show advert.

Ted Nugent on the cover.

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Pop Star Weekly (UK)


INFO

Interview with The Cure written by Simon Hills. News article entitled "Live Cure" about the UK tour.

Showaddywaddy on the cover.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album review entitled "The Eighties start here" written by Ian Birch. Also there is UK tour advert and two small adverts promoting Three Imaginary Boys album.

The Who on the cover.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album advert and review entitled "A Cure For Cancer?" written by Paul Morley. Grinding Halt review by Ian Penman. UK tour advert.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album review entitled "Cure pop for now people" written by Dave McCullough. Grinding Halt single review.

The Undertones on the cover.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

UK tour advert.

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

There are two adverts promoting Three Imaginary Boys album.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)



INFO

Interview with The Cure entitled "A Demonstration Of Household Appliances" written by Nick Kent. News article about the tour changes. Three Imaginary Boys adverts. UK tour advert.

Bryan Ferry on the cover.

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Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album adverts and review entitled "Physician Rock 'N Roll Thyself!" written by Chris Westwood. Grinding Halt single review which begins with: "Hello, stolen the riff from Little Eva's Locomotion have we..?" written by Mike Nicholls.

Ian Dury of The Only Ones on the cover.

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New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article about the tour changes.

The Rolling Stones on the cover.

SCANS


Pop Star Weekly (UK)


INFO

Gig guide.

SCANS


Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "The Cure will be headlining the Carshalton Carnival on June 1...". Lincoln (15/6/1979) show advert.

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

SCANS



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Sounds (UK)


INFO

UK tour advert.

Date ??? 12/5 or 19/5 ???

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Carshalton Open Air (1/6/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Carshalton Open Air (1/6/1979) advert.

Ian Dury on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Carshalton Open Air (1/6/1979) show advert.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Cure date changed". Also there is Three Imaginary Boys album advert and Oxford Corn Dolly (10/6/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Cure switch" about tour changes. Three Imaginary Boys album advert. Lincoln (15/6/1979) show advert.

Dire Straits on the cover.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Carshalton Open Air (1/6/1979) show review.

The Skids on the cover.

Sounds (UK)


INFO

Tour news article about tour changes.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Sheffield (29/5/1979) show review by Andy Gill. London Lyceum (1/7/1979) and Lincoln (15/6/1979) show adverts.

John Lydon on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Cure All" which begins with: "The Cure, somewhat in need of a hit single, are planning a version of Boys Don't Cry as their second 45...".

The Ruts on the cover.

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show advert.

The Cramps on the cover.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Boys Don't Cry single review.

Penetration on the cover.

Sounds (UK)


INFO

London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show advert. Also there is small Three Imaginary Boys album review by Barry Lazell.

Cozy Powell of Rainbow on the cover.

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Smash Hits (UK)



INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album review written by Red Star.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Boys Don't Cry single review entitled "Build them up and then..." written by Ian Birch. Also there two adverts promoting shows in Aylesbury Friars (30/6/1979) and London Lyceum (1/7/1979). Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert - with no Cure. Boys Don't Cry single advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Boys Don't Cry single advert with UK tour dates. Birmingham (5/7/1979), Aylesbury (30/6/1979) and London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show adverts. Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert (without The Cure).

Steel Pulse on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article about tour changes. Plastic Passion review. London (1/7/1979) show advert.

UK Subs on the cover.

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "Israeli Eurovision winning... and Boys Don't Cry by The Cure...".

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show review by Frances Lass.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Boys Don't Cry single review by Paul Morley.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show review by Mike Nicholls.

David Lee Roth on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

London (1/7/1979) show review written by Nick Tester. UK tour advert.

Sex Pistols and David Lee Roth on the cover.

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Super Pop (UK)


INFO

Boys Don't Cry single review.

SCANS


Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Plastic Passion review.

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Todd Rundgren, Jukes for fests" mentioning The Cure upcoming appearance at Futurama Festival in Leeds (8/9/1979). Anyway The Cure didn't played there. Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Wire, Cure, Punily, Only Ones: sci-fi music event" about the appearance at Futurama Festival (8/9/1979). London Lyceum (1/7/1979) show review entitled "Just Stop Your Gobbing" written by Mark Ellen. Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert.

Devo on the cover.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "What's described as the world's first science-fiction music festival is being stated..." about the appearance at Futurama Festival (8/9/1979).

RM or Sounds ???

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert.

Talking Heads on the cover.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie: first Britain then the world" mentioning The Cure as their support.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie: Q here". Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival advert - with no Cure.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Rats, Police, Siouxsie, Nils, Buzzcocks, Ramones on tour".

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie tour".

SCANS


An Evening Post (UK)



INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival official programme with small article entitled "Take 'em or leave 'em . this is... The Cure" and Three Imaginary Boys album advert.

Date ???

SCANS


Disco 45 (UK)


INFO

Lyrics to Boys Don't Cry.

Date ???

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)



INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival review entitlet "Heavy Metal versus The World" written by Harry Doherty.

Heavy Metal vs. The World on the cover.

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Music Week (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock (24/8/1979) festival review by Danny Van Emden.

New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival review entitled "The Curse Of The Rock 'n Roll Tomb" written by Ian Penman. Article entitled "Independent Discs" written by Paul Morley and Adrian Thrills which mentioning The Cure. Aylesbury (30/8/1979) show advert.

Sting on the cover.

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Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival review written by Chris Westwood.

Thin Lizzy on the cover.

New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "The circuit comes alive" about the tour with The Banshees. Aylesbury (30/8/1979) show review entitled "Wake Up Little Siouxsie" written by Deanne Pearson. Siouxsie & The Banshees UK tour advert.

The Slits on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

Interview with Robert Smith entitled "Elliptical image games" written by David Hepworth. Reading Rock '79 (24/8/1979) festival review entitled "What am I doing here?" written by John Peel. News article entitled "More AC/DC, Siouxsie and Subs dates" - no words about The Cure. Siouxsie & The Banshees UK tour advert.

Sammy Hagar on the cover.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Banshees bust-up". Siouxsie & The Banshees UK tour adverts. In the section "T-Zers" is a mention about The Cure. Aberdeen (6/9/1979) show review.

Aberdeen show review in this issue ??? Feargal Sharkey of The Undertones on the cover.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

Article entitled "Banshees split!" written by Phil Sutcliffe.

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie carries on" mentioning The Cure as their support. Also there is Siouxsie & The Banshees UK tour advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Interview with Siouxsie & The Banshees entitled "Night Of The Long Knives" written by Nick Kent and Kris Needs which mentioning Robert Smith. News article entitled "Cure found to restore Siouxsie's ailing tour". Siouxsie & The Banshees UK tour advert.

Jake Burns of Stiff Little Fingers on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie starts again" written by John Shearlaw. Aberdeen (6/9/1979) show review entitled "A Twinkle In The Eye Of The Eighties" written by Phil Sutcliffe. UK tour advert. Gig guide.

Paul Weller of The Jam on the cover.

Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie recruits". UK tour dates advert.

Hugh Cornwell of The Stranglers on the cover.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Birmingham (19/9/1979) show review by Steve Taylor.

Judas Priest on the cover.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Leicester (18/9/1979) show review written by Kris Needs.

Blondie on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Interview with Siouxsie entitled "Humourless? Us? That's Not Funny..." written by Phil Sutcliffe.

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Birmingham (19/9/1979) show review entitled "Siouxsie Carries On Regardless" written by Kate Fraunce.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Smash Hits (UK)



INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie Stop Gap".

SCANS


Brighton Arques (UK)


INFO

Article entitled "Spin off: Bob hits the Banshee trail" written by Tim Curran. 1/2 page

Name of these newspapers ???

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Advert promoting shows in Lewisham Odeon (13/10/1979) and Hammersmith Odeon, London (15/10/1979). The Cure were supporting Siouxsie & The Banshees.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Interview with The Cure entitled "No Image, No Style, No Bullshit" written by Deanne Pearson. News article about the release of Jumping Someone Else's Train. Lewisham Odeon (13/10/1979) and Hammersmith Odeon, London (15/10/1979) shows advert.

Ray Davies of The Kinks on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Lewisham Odeon (13/10/1979) and Hammersmith Odeon, London (15/10/1979) shows advert.

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Advert promoting shows in Lewisham Odeon (13/10/1979) and Hammersmith Odeon, London (15/10/1979). The Cure were supporting Siouxsie & The Banshees.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article about the tour with The Banshees. Lewisham Odeon (13/10/1979) and Hammersmith Odeon, London (15/10/1979) shows advert.

The Clash on the cover.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Hammersmith Odeon (15/10/1979) show review written by Paul Tickell.

New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Siouxsie in dock" about the tour changes.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

London (15/10/1979) show review entitled "Siouxsie Finishes Up High And Dry" by Jane Garcia. Cult Hero single review.

Nick Lowe on the cover.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Advert promoting shows in Lewisham Odeon (13/10/1979) and Hammersmith Odeon, London (15/10/1979).

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

SCANS



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Smash Hits (UK)



INFO

Cult Hero single review by Steve Bush.

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single review by Chris Bohn.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single advert.

Paul Weller on the cover.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single review.

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Different Cure" about new line up and upcoming Future Pastimes tour. Also there is Cult Hero single review by Chris Bohn.

Monty Python on the cover.

SCANS


Music Week (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "Meanwhile, Chris Parry, formerly at Polydor, hasn't been idle...". 1/4 page

New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Cure headlining" about the upcoming tour.

Bob Marley on the cover.

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Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "No simple Cure" about the new line-up.

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Sounds (UK)


INFO

News article entitled "Band loose one, then add two" about the new line-up. Small article entitled "His best friends wouldn't tell him" about the departure of Michael Dempsey.

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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single advert.

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single advert.

Pete Townshend and Bob Dylan on the cover.

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Music Week (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "Latest signings to Fictions Records are...". 1/4 page

New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train and I'm A Cult Hero singles review by Adrian Thrills. Future Pastimes advert. London LSE (17/11/1979) show advert. The Passions advert with the mentions about The Cure.

Secret Affair on the cover.

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Yorkshire (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single review written by Steve Dixon.

Name of this magazine / newspapers ???

Birmingham Sun (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single review. 1/4 page

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Liverpool (16/11/1979) show review by Penny Kiley. Also there is Music Machine (6/12/1979) show advert and 20 Of Another Kind Volume 2 compilation album advert with The Cure's single Boys Don't Cry.

Linton Kwesi Johnson and John Cooper Clarke on the cover.

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New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Future Pastimes advert. Gig guide. London Theatre Bookings advert.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single review by Chris Westwood. 20 Of Another Kind v2 compilation album advert.

SCANS


Smash Hits (UK)



INFO

Jumping Someone Else's Train single review which begins with: "The Cure are last live up to and surpass all that promise..." written by David Hepworth. Gig guide with the picture of Robert Smith.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Picture of Robert Smith.

Date ???

SCANS


Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Music Machine (6/12/1979) show advert. Also there is The Passions single Hunted advert with small info that they are on Future Pastimes tour with The Cure.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Music Machine (6/12/1979) show advert. 20 Of Another Kind v2 compilation album advert.

Richard Johnson of Europa on the cover.

SCANS


Record Mirror (UK)


INFO

London LSE (17/11/1979) show review by Kelly Pike.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

20 Of Another Kind v2 compilation album review which begins with: "Well, the cover ain't as ace as Volume One which boasted..." written by Garry Bushell.

Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Music Machine (6/12/1979) show advert.

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

Music Machine (6/12/1979) show advert.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Durham (1/12/1979) show review entitled "Even the bad times are good" written by Phil Sutcliffe.

Captain Last Stand on the cover.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

Small article entitled "Rock combo fan flames of Middle East unrest shock" about The Cure show at Wolverhampton Polytechnic (5/12/1979).

SCANS


New Musical Express (UK)


INFO

In the section "T-Zers" is a mention about The Cure.

SCANS


Sounds (UK)


INFO

Interview with The Cure entitled "Boys keep swinging" written by Phil Sutcliffe. Also there is small article entitled "Arabian nights" about The Cure show at Wolverhampton Polytechnic (5/12/1979).

Blackmore of Rainbow on the cover.

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Melody Maker (UK)


INFO

20 Of Another Kind Volume 2 compilation album review entitled "Shop around" by Jon Savage mentioning The Cure's single Boys Don't Cry.

SCANS


Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "The Cure will be releasing their debut album on Fiction in January. It's called 17 Seconds...".

NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Blank Space (UK)



INFO


Interview with Robert Smith written by Kenneth Ansell.

Date ???

SCANS


Hi Fi For Pleasure (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album review by David Aldridge.

Date ???

Sound International (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album review entitled "What We Doctors call The Cure" written by Adam Sweeting.

Date ???

SCANS



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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album advert.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

SCANS


Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Article entitled "Imaginary Cure".

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album review.

Date ???

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

News article which begins with: "The Cure set out later this month on their second headlining tour..." about UK tour.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Killing An Arab single review which begins with: "The debut Cure single, available in August 1978, again garnered considerable favour...".

Date ???

Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album advert.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ???

SCANS



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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album advert.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ??? Sounds 19/5/1979 ???

SCANS



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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album advert.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ??? Record Mirror 19/5/1979 ???

SCANS



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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Three Imaginary Boys album advert.

Date ??? NME, MM, RM or Sounds ??? Record Mirror 19/5/1979 ???

SCANS



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Unknown Magazine (UK)


INFO

Wolverhampton (11/6/1979) show review written by Paul O'Reilly.

Date ??? Zig Zag ???

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