The Cure - Greatest Hits FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Greatest Hits
Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave, Shoegaze, Synth-pop, Acoustic
FLAC version ZIP size: 1466 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1425 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1328 mb
Other Formats: MOD MMF ASF MP4 AA FLAC VOC
Greatest Hits is a 2001 compilation album by The Cure. The band's relationship with longtime label Fiction Records came to a close, and The Cure were obliged to release one final album for the label. Robert Smith agreed to release a greatest hits album under the condition that he could choose the tracks himself. The band also recorded a special studio album released as a bonus disc to some versions of the album
The Cure’s Greatest Hits album marks the end of the band’s contract with Fiction Records, and the end of the band’s career in the 20th century, covering all of the band’s biggest hits from 1979 to 2001. It reached on the UK album chart and on the Billboard chart
Released: 13 November 2001. Label: Fiction, Elektra. 3. Let's Go to Bed. 4. The Lovecats.
As on front sticker: "The Cure Greatest Hits 180gram Vinyl Remastered by Robert Smith Contains a Download Voucher 571 543-4". Universal International Music . A1. "Boys Don't Cry" - From the Fiction album 'Boys Don't Cry' February 1980 A2. "A Forest" - From the.
Greatest Hits is a 2001 compilation album by The Cure. The band's relationship with longtime label Fiction Records came to a close, and The Cure was obliged to release one final album for the label. The band also recorded a special studio album released as a bonus disc to some versions of the album. The disc, titled Acoustic Hits, is the eighteen songs from the North American release re-recorded using acoustic guitars. History: The subsequently released Greatest Hits features.
Greatest Hits" is a 2001 album by The Cure. The d "Greatest Hits" features select singles from their then-25 year history, along with the two new tracks "Cut Here" and "Just Say Yes". All songs were newly-remastered specifically for the collection
The Cure were never afraid of artistically defining themselves. They had their own sound, an eerie glamour surrounding a dark whimsicality, yet fans flocked to them throughout the '80s and '90s.