Cure

Cure BIOGRAPHY

Cure

Label(s): A&M Records
Recording Years: 1981-1982

Happily Ever After was the American repackage of Faith and Seventeen Seconds . It was the first Cure album on A&M Records. It was released in 1981. In 1982, the group released Pornography on A&M. The Cure also contributed their song "Fascination Street" to the Lost Angels soundtrack for A&M Records.

SOURCE:
The Cure Fact and Fiction: A Brief Recording History. Holly Ian. Goldmine, July 9, 1993.

PLAYERS IN THE BAND
Laurence Tolhurst
   Born: Feb 03, 1959
   Instrument(s): drums, keyboards
Robert Smith
   Born: Apr 21, 1959
   Instrument(s): vocals, guitar, keyboards
Simon Gallup
   Born: Jun 01, 1960
   Instrument(s): bass, keyboards


Cure PHOTOS

Cure DISCOGRAPHY

FORMAT KEY LEGEND

FORMAT KEY
  1 = long playing vinyl album
  2 = compact disc
  3 = VHS video tape
  4 = cassette tape
  5 = Digital Compact Cassette
  7 = 7-inch vinyl single
  8 = 8-track tape
  9 = Longbox cassette
  0 = open reel tape
12 = 12-inch single
PS = picture sleeve
TS = cassette single
MT = mastertone/ringback

Cure U.S. Album Discography

TITLELABELSTOCK NO.RELEASED
Happily Ever AfterA&M RecordsSP 60201981
PornographyA&M RecordsSP 49021982

Cure U.S. Singles and E.P. Discography

No Singles Found.

Cure U.S. Song List

TITLE:RELEASED:STOCK NO.:
Happily Ever After1981SP 6020
Reflection
Play for Today
Secrets
In Your House
Three
Final Sound
Forest
M
At Night
Seventeen Seconds
Holy Hour
Primary
Other Voices
All Cats Are Grey
Funeral Party
Doubt
Drowning Man
Faith

TITLE:RELEASED:STOCK NO.:
Pornography1982SP 4902
One Hundred Years
Short Term Effect (a)
Hanging Garden (the)
Siamese Twins
Figurehead (the)
Strange Day (a)
Cold
Pornography


Cure MUSIC CHARTS

Cure on Record Charts

No US Albums or Compilations made it to the charts.

No Singles or EPs made it to the charts.