Label: Kiss the Stone
Catalog Number: KTS 081/82
Date: May 03, 1992
Venue: Killburn National Ballroom, London
Medium: Compact Disc
Pictures of You
Doing the Unstuck
Just Like Heaven
A Night Like This
Let's Go To Bed
Friday I'm In Love
From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea
In Your House
Three Imaginary Boys
Boys Don't Cry
A Strange Day
If you are familiar with this bootleg, please rate it for others that might
not be familiar with it (10 is the best). To view all of the albums in order of
fan ranking, check out the ranked bootleg list.
I found this bootleg to be of really high quality,
and captures the essence of what the concert was like quite well.
It was packaged really well, except for the fact that the pictures were from the Prayer Tour
(Note that Roger O'Donnell is in them). There is also some really obnoxious bloke
shouting all through it.
It is a very high quality recording and is definitely worth while for any serious collector.
First off I'd like to say that this is the same show as At The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea.
The secret gig has been replaced by A strange day and one of the best versions of A Forest I've ever heard.
(additional lyrics are in a forest too)
Also, I didn't really notice any "annoying bloke"...
Submitted by: (Ruiner)
And Dreams Come True in 92 captures the pure energy and emotion that an
individual can experience at a Cure show. I must mention the highlight of
the recording - 20 minutes of the Cure classic A Forest. Beginning with the
ominous synthesizer notes , ending with Simon Gallop's fading bass and all the
chaos between the two , it has quickly become one of my favorite Cure songs to hear
performed live. It was slightly dissapointing to only have 11 minutes when I saw
them but I can forgive.
This is an excellent boot. The sound quality is almost as good as Show. The second disc is also available as a separate boot. I like the extra lyrics on Lullaby and Forest is very long and just as good. The boys played a good concert that night. If you find it, get it.
This is one of the best bootlegs out there,
both in sound quality, and in documenting a complete
show. The artwork is a bit simplistic, but
that's made up for in the quality of the
recording itself. I know that KTS stopped
pressing this title somewhere aroun 1994,
so buy it if you are lucky enough to find