The Cure – Three Imaginary Boys

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The Cure – Three Imaginary Boys

The Cure’s “return” to its punk roots in 2004 was a total wash. But now’s your chance to get the bad taste of the band’s KoRny joint venture with nü-metal production hack Ross Robinson out of your mouth; to renew your faith in the World’s greatest Goth band with the long-awaited domestic issue of its seminal U.K. debut. In correlation with the 25th anniversary of its initial release, Rhino presents this expanded version of 3IB, which includes the original LP along with a bonus disc containing b-sides, cassette-only tracks and home demos, including songs that later appeared on the band’s equally essential U.S. debut Boys Don’t Cry.

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