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Three Imaginary Boys album review written by George Kay.


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Three Doses Of The Cure advert.


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Boys Don't Cry EP review written by George Kay.


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The Cure: Boys Don't Cry

This record features the three enlightened A-sides released in Britain last year by London's bright boy trio, The Cure, and made available here on Stunn, a new label set up by ex-patriot Terry Condon.

"Boys Don't Cry" is modern heart-felt pop, fresh and vibrant. "Jumping Someone Else's Train" is similar in texture but less forlorn. Both are memorable and completely different from the muted edginess of "Killing An Arab", no fun but hardly forgettable. Stunn are off to a great start. Condon, there's a knighthood in the mail.


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Seventeen Seconds album advert and review written by George Kay.


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Interview with The Cure written by Jeremy Templer. News article about Get A Dose Of The Cure tour. Get A Dose Of The Cure tour advert.


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Unknown Magazine (New Zealand)


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Auckland (29-30/7/1980) shows advert. 1/4 page

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Boys Don't Cry album review written by George Kay. Auckland (30/7/1980) show review written by Duncan Campbell. Small mention about A Forest single.


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Unknown Magazine (New Zealand)


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Get A Dose Of The Cure advert. 1/2 page

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In Touch (New Zealand)



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Interview with Robert Smith entitled "Dispensary" written by David Maclennan.


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Interview with Robert Smith written by George Kay.


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Article entitled "Catchin' In Barnes" written by Duncan Campbell. Primary single review which begins with: "First single from Faith...". Cult Hero single review which begins with: "Rumour has it that this is early Cure material...". Faith album full page advert. Small article entitled "Records: The State Of The Art - The Cure" which begins with: "Rock 'n Roll in the UK is currently at its most diverse...".

John Lydon on the cover.

In Touch (New Zealand)


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Interview with Robert Smith entitled "Rapping With Robert" written by David Maclennan.


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Unknown Magazine (New Zealand)


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Wellington (4/8/1981) show advert. 1/4 page

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RTR Countdown (New Zealand)



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Interview with Robert Smith entitled "Dr Robert's rowdy remedy" written by Gary Steel. Also there is half page advert promoting single Lullaby.


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New Zealand Herald (New Zealand)


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Wild Mood Swings album review by Gary Morley.

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Article entitled "Dr. Robert" written by Bronwyn Trudgeon. 2 pages

New Zealand Herald (New Zealand)


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Galore album review.

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No more info available. 2 pages

Oasis on the cover.

Musician (New Zealand)


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Article entitled "Moments Like These: Trevor Reekie" written by Richard Thorne which mentions The Cure in New Zealand in 1981. 1 page

The Black Seeds on the cover.

New Zealand Herald (New Zealand)


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Small article entitled "Return of The Cure".


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The Dominion Post (New Zealand)


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News article entitled "The Cure play NZ".


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Guardian (New Zealand)


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Article entitled "Life's just too short to miss concerts" written by Phill Hooper.


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Sunday Star Times (New Zealand)


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Article entitled "Still wating for The Cure..." written by Grant Smithies.


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New Zealand Herald (New Zealand)


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Auckland (21/7/2016) show review entitled "Cure for all ills as band belts out hits".


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