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    The CureFaith

    Label:7 Records – MLF 443
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold, First Pressing
    Country:Australia
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Rock, Pop
    Style:New Wave

    Tracklist

    A1The Holy Hour4:25
    A2Primary3:35
    A3Other Voices4:28
    A4All Cats Are Grey5:28
    B1The Funeral Party4:14
    B2Doubt3:11
    B3The Drowning Man4:50
    B4Faith6:43
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    Thanks to Chris Parry, Martyn Webster, Mike Dutton
    All artwork by Porl and Undy
    © 7 records p/l 1981
    ℗ 7 records p/l 1981
    Manufactured & Distributed By 7 Records P/L Under License From Stunn/ 18 Age Records Co. Ltd
    MLF 443
    Cass NO. MCF 7433
    4/81/N
    Also exists with white sticker correcting the mistake in the catalog# of cassette:
    MLF 443
    Cass. No. MCF 7443

    Plain plastic inner

    Labels:
    © 7 records p/l 1981
    ℗ 7 records p/l 1981

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: none
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Stamped]): MLF 443 A
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Stamped]): MLF 443 B
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Label]): mlf 443 a
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Label]): mlf 443 b

    Other Versions (5 of 119)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Faith (LP, Album)Fiction Records, Polydorfixd 6, 2383 605UK1981
    Faith (LP, Album)Fiction Records, Fiction Records2383 605, fix6Netherlands1981
    Faith (LP, Album, White Text A-Side)Fiction Records, Polydorfix6, 2383 605UK1981
    Faith (LP, Album, Stereo)Fiction Records0060.395Germany1981
    Faith (LP, Album)A&M RecordsSP 79801Canada1981

    Reviews

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    Beachbeatle1
    The middle of the Cure’s early trio of doomy dark gothic atmospheric LPs. The melancholy, brooding & bleak visions are oddly intriguing, alluring & full of mystique - like a soothing, slow-motion aural dream (& a great cover photo depicting the mood - a church shrouded in fog).
    A classic of the (goth) genre.