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 . . . ]

Easy Cure went into PSL studios

1. 1. 1978 petr.halla 0

In January 1978, Easy Cure went into PSL studios with producer Trevor Vallis to do more demos for Hansa. The songs from the last recording session were: Plastic Passion, I Just Need Myself, Rebel Rebel and Smashed Up. [ 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 . . . ]

Easy Cure

1. 1. 1977 petr.halla 0

They started reheasing again, but this time as Easy Cure, based on a song written by Lol Tolhurst entitled "I Don't Need No Easy Cure". [ MORE . . . ]