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The Head On the Door (Remastered) [Bonus Version]


Download links and information about The Head On the Door (Remastered) [Bonus Version] by The Cure. This album was released in 1985 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 28 tracks with total duration of 01:38:26 minutes.

Artist: The Cure
Release date: 1985
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 28
Duration: 01:38:26
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No. Title Length
1. In Between Days 2:57
2. Kyoto Song 4:16
3. The Blood 3:43
4. Six Different Ways 3:18
5. Push 4:31
6. The Baby Screams 3:44
7. Close to Me 3:23
8. A Night Like This 4:16
9. Screw 2:38
10. Sinking 4:57
11. In Between Days (Instrumental) [RS Home Demo 12/84] 1:23
12. Inwood (Instrumental) [RS Home Demo 12/84] 2:16
13. Push (Instrumental) [RS Home Demo 12/84] 2:29
14. Innsbruck (Instrumental) [RS Home Demo 12/84] 2:36
15. Stop Dead (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 3:19
16. Mansolidgone (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 4:05
17. Screw (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 3:07
18. Lime Time (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 2:55
19. Kyoto Song (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 4:26
20. A Few Hours After This... (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 4:35
21. Six Different Ways (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 2:58
22. A Man Inside My Mouth (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 2:56
23. A Night Like This (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 4:06
24. The Exploding Boy (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 3:04
25. Close to Me (Fitz / F2 Studios Demo 2/85) 4:02
26. The Baby Screams (Live Bootleg - Bercy Paris 12/85) 3:46
27. The Blood (Live Bootleg - Bercy Paris 12/85]) 3:34
28. Sinking (Live Bootleg - Bercy Paris 12/85) 5:06



The Cure’s Robert Smith lucked out with perfect timing. Just as “alternative rock” was establishing itself as a market, due in part to a growing college radio network that could handle the quirks that terrified commercial, mainstream radio, Robert Smith was writing the most accessible material of his career. Here was a man who had been growing darker by the day, when he suddenly found his lighter side with a series of singles (“The Love Cats,” “Let’s Go to Bed”). But Smith had yet to find a way to bring it to the album format until 1985’s The Head on the Door solved that by subduing Smith’s excesses towards ornate instrumentation and over-emotive vocals with quick, concise pop tunes that still managed a terrifying clamor. “In Between Days,” “A Night Like This” and “Close to Me” virtually define the sweet and sour romance of Smith’s synth-laden, guitar-propelled Goth-pop and the teen angst he mirrored. “Kyoto Song” and “Sinking” serve as epics in miniature, employing the lessons of previous Cure albums but in more economical terms. Pure pop for Goth people.