Just Like Heaven

Label: Kiss The Stone
Catalog Number: KTS 035
Date: 19th January 1991
Venue: Wembly Arena
Length: 73:26
Medium: Compact Disc
Source: Soundboard
Album: Misc
  • Picture of You
  • Fascination Street
  • Just Like Heaven
  • Lullaby
  • The Walk
  • Let's Go to Bed
  • Why Can't I be You
  • Inbetween Days
  • A Forest
  • Never Enough
  • Three Imaginary Boys
  • Boys Don't Cry
  • Disintegration












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The cover has a pic of bob singing. The disk is silkscreened. This is a very good recording. This seems to be the same show as Disintegration.

Submitted By: Unknown

Marvelous! Delicious sound!

Submitted by: (Makis B)

This is a really neat document. The Cure are very relaxed here. The versions of Pictures of You, Lullaby, Fascination Street and A Forest appear on Play Out for those of you who must know. Some creative tweaking was done for the video though: based on this recording, the keyboard patches Perry is playing are all fucked up!! On Lullaby the "plucked string" sound is clearly wrong and not much of an attempt is made to correct this. On Fascination Street, the keyboard sound is again inappropriate, this time though a couple of sounds are scrolled through until a more suitable one is found. Funny none of this is heard on the video...... Apart from this, the performances are great!! A Forest really kicks ass, and gives good insight into the versions that were to follow on the Wish tour. Three Imaginary Boys, Boys Don't Cry and a stellar version of Disintegration make for a nice encore that has nothing to do with the Great British Music Weekend anymore. Boris was either drunk or feeling rather silly near the end, as both BDC and Disintegration are heavily laden with the breaking glass sound normally found only occasionally during the latter song. Overall, a very relaxed and confident Cure preparing to tour the world behind Wish.

Submitted by: (Greg Williams)

Nice boot, but plays too slow and too quick in a way that the notes are never in the right tune! But definitely a good version of Why Can't I Be You?

Submitted by:(nic)

The same show as the Disintegration bootleg. There are a few errors on the sleeve, such as the misspellings of Gallup (Gallop) and Tolhurst is spelled with too many L's. Also, the line up is wrong, as the sleeve lists Roger O'Donnell as the keyboardist, even though it's really Perry Bamonte. The quality isn't really as great as it says, either, as in the space between songs, the sound fades out, so you miss most of what Robert says. It's a great boot, but if you can find the Disintegration boot, get that instead.

Submitted by: (Eric)

A must have for Disintegration fans... A forest seriously kicks... an inspiring version of Disintegration to end the disc. Three imaginary Boys is magical...

Submitted by: (Bobby Johnson)

Another good boot from the Disintegration era. Most of the songs are excellent and the rest really good. Pictures of You is great, as is Three Imaginary Boys. Buy it if you can find it.

Submitted by: (Jeff Tomczak)

Excerpts from the 19910119 show in the Wembly Arena. The Shadows rate the quality of this soundboard recording a 10. One Audio CD, containing 73 mins of bliss. Its similar to the Alive and Well Bootleg. Great Boot. Get it.

Submitted by: (Rasmus)

Awesome cd!!! A must get for a true fan. The sound is crisp and clean, just like the other KTS titles that I own.

Submitted by: (Carlos Espinoza)

Great sound & a brillant show. I think this kind of record makes hungry for more. From the first till the last song (for cure-fans) music from another planet.

Submitted by: (olpa)

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