The Cure ‎– A Forest

Fiction Records ‎– FICS 10, Fiction Records ‎– 2059 229
Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM


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[back sleeve]
℗ 1980 18 Age Record Co Ltd
© 1980 Polydor Ltd

Original sound recording made by 18 Age Record Co. Ltd
APB Music Co. Ltd

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped A Side): FICS 10 A//1▽E STR 11
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped B Side): FICS 10 B//1▽E STR 11
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped both sides): STRAWBERRY

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N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
MS 416 The Cure A Forest(7", Single) Stunn MS 416 Australia 1980 Vendre cette version
MS 416 The Cure A Forest(7", Single, Unofficial, Cle) Stunn (2) MS 416 Europe 2016 Vendre cette version
FICS 10 , 2059 229 The Cure A Forest(7", Single) Polydor, Polydor FICS 10 , 2059 229 Ireland 1980 Vendre cette version
ESP-103 The Cure A Forest (12", Single, Gre) Stunn ESP-103 Australia 1980 Vendre cette version
ESP-103 The Cure A Forest(12", Single) Stunn ESP-103 New Zealand 1980 Vendre cette version


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19 février 2019
I was turned onto this in 1994 at the tender age of 15.the source was one of the most unlikely places you could imagine-my geography teacher put on a sort of DIY video about glaciation and the whole intro was the camera panning over a post-glacial landscape.i was mesmerized,captivated,and utterly bewitched.henceforth,my musical taste went from a very narrow field of dance music to anything that could make me 'feel'.
I've never looked back.


30 novembre 2016
edité over 2 years ago
In the notes field it states; "The 7" single edit is 3:54. It omits the initial guitar and keyboard introduction, removes a few bars between verses and fades out part way through the guitar solo ending". This information is also on Wikipedia.

However, there is a video on Youtube for this 7" single which is completely different from this description:

You can see the vinyl playing. So, it seems the notes field (and Wikepedia) is wrong, unless there were 2 different pressings.

Does anyone know?