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Faith (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Faith (Deluxe Edition) by The Cure. This album was released in 1982 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 02:15:02 minutes.

Artist: The Cure
Release date: 1982
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 24
Duration: 02:15:02
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No. Title Length
1. The Holy Hour 4:26
2. Primary 3:39
3. Other Voices 4:23
4. All Cats Are Grey 5:27
5. The Funeral Party 4:14
6. Doubt 3:11
7. The Drowning Man 4:49
8. Faith 6:59
9. Carnage Visors: The Soundtrack (Tour Film - Soundtrack) 27:51
10. Faith (RS Home Instrumental Demo Aug. 1980) 2:56
11. Doubt (RS Home Instrumental Demo Aug. 1980) 1:09
12. Drowning (Group Home Instrumental Demo Sept. 1980) 1:52
13. The Holy Hour (Group Home Demo Sept. 1980) 4:48
14. Primary (Morgan Studio Outtake Sept. 1980) 4:22
15. Going Home Time (Morgan Studio Guide Vox Outtake Sept. 1980) 3:31
16. The Violin Song (Faith Studio Guide Vox Outtake Feb. 1981) 3:38
17. A Normal Story (Faith Studio Guide Vox Outtake Feb. 1981) 3:04
18. All Cats Are Grey (Live Summer 1981) 5:37
19. The Funeral Party (Live Summer 1981) 4:38
20. Other Voices (Live Summer 1981) 4:45
21. The Drowning Man (Live Australasia Aug. 1981) 5:48
22. Faith (Live In the Sydney Capitol Theatre Aug. 1981) 10:23
23. Forever (Live Summer 1981) 9:19
24. Charlotte Sometimes (Single Version) 4:13



The Cure’s third album, 1981’s Faith, features a core trio responding to the chiseled minimalism of its predecessor, 1980’s Seventeen Seconds, with a deeper emotional resonance and carefully orchestrated keyboards from leader Robert Smith. Recorded at a time when the band was experimenting with drugs and still establishing itself as an iconoclastic voice, Faith is a thoroughly assured collection of fully-realized compositions that flirt with questions of faith, fate and somber, sobering realities. Yet unlike the emotional excesses that would lead the band to their future extreme heights, the songs here are intense, yet restrained. “Doubt” steps on the accelerator and points towards the Cure sound most familiar to its later fans. However, most of the cuts follow a solemn form. “All Cats Are Grey” posts an eternal yearn in its slow, protruding chords, while “The Funeral Party” marches through a wintry field as the voices echo in what sounds like a futile, existential void.