Catalog Number: WG 001 Date: none Venue: Length: Medium: Compact Disc Source: Soundboard
Let's Go to Bed (Extended Version)
Just One Kiss (Extended Version)
Lovecats (Special Disco Version)
Boys Don't Cry (New Voice Club Mix)
Close to Me (Extended Version)
Primary (Extended Version)
I Want to Be a Tree
The Double Crossing By Two Faced Fred
Off to Sleep...
The Three Sisters
Let's Go to Bed (Edit Version)
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This is an unusual grouping of songs.
The recording quality is extremely good, but most of
these I rarely care to listen to. If you want a high
sound quality boot of some unique material buy it,
otherwise pass it up.
I bought this for one song and one song only: the
extended version of Just One Kiss (more than seven minutes!)
As far as I know, the Walk EP is the only other OFFICIAL pressing
of this version, and my cassette was beginning to wear.
What a beautiful, often overlooked Cure creation.
Lost Wishes also contains some fan club-only songs that
are beyond interesting. This disc isn't half bad.
The mixes are great! Standouts are plenty,
but the Lost Wishes recording
(extremely good recording sound) was just
amazing..If you have searched the ends
of the Earth for Lost Wishes search no
more!! Really beautiful stuff, pick it
Submitted by: OS
Rather interesting release. The extended remixes actually make the CD worth purchasing, although it is not the reason why I bought it. I bought it for the 3 songs in the middle, the tree song , the elephant song and the 2-faced fred song. These 3 have no vocals by Robert! One isn't even a song, but a poem! Bastards! And the Lost wishes songs are great, but the sound quality is for shit. Good, but maybe next time.
As many of you probably already know, those
three songs from the middle are from Tim Pope's
short lived solo career. The Cure played backup, as well
as several other artists (I believe Marc Almond was one of them).