Grinding Halt

12. 5. 1979 petr.halla 0

With a view to releasing a second single, Parry sent out white labels of Grinding Halt but the reaction of radio programmers was less than enthusiastic so the idea was dropped although not before it was erroneously reviewed in Record Mirror. [ MORE . . . ]

20 Of Another Kind

10. 2. 1979 petr.halla 0

In February 1979, Killing An Arab was featured on 20 Of A Different Kind compilation album released by Polydor. [ MORE . . . ]

The Cure returned to Morgan Studios

8. 1. 1979 petr.halla 0

From 8 to 10 January 1979, The Cure returned to Morgan Studios to finish their first album. They recorded most of their songs like Foxy Lady with Michael Dempsey on vocal. [ MORE . . . ]

Killing An Arab

22. 12. 1978 petr.halla 0

Around this time, The Cure celebrate the release of their first single Killing An Arab b/w 10.15 Saturday Night on Small Wonder, a small label chosen by Chris Parry when Polydor wouldn't it release before Christmas. It was pressed 15.000 copies! [ MORE . . . ]

Wanna Be A Recording Star?

23. 4. 1977 petr.halla 0

During April 1977, German's largest indepent label Hansa placed an advert for new talent in the British music press. So, Easy Cure made a tape in the dining room of Robert's parents' house, and then sent it in with a photo. [ MORE . . . ]