The Cure - A Forest flac
|1||Another Journey By Train||3:02|
|FICS 10, 2059 229||The Cure||A Forest (7", Single)||Fiction Records, Fiction Records||FICS 10, 2059 229||UK||1980|
|MS 416||The Cure||A Forest (7", Single)||Stunn||MS 416||Australia||1980|
|MS 416||The Cure||A Forest (7", Single, Unofficial, Cle)||Stunn||MS 416||Europe||2016|
|FICS 10 , 2059 229||The Cure||A Forest (7", Single)||Polydor, Polydor||FICS 10 , 2059 229||Ireland||1980|
|ESP-103||The Cure||A Forest (12", Single, MP, M/Print, Gre)||Stunn||ESP-103||Australia||1980|
- Producer – Mike Hedges, Robert Smith
- Written-By – Tolhurst, Hartley, Smith, Gallup
Label stickered over australian catalogue number.
Comes in black sleeve titled "Maxi Play Single" and with text: "Manufactured and Distributed by EMI Music Group of Companies. Sydney, Australia and Lower Hutt, New Zealand."
Vinyl says: "Manufactured under licence from 18 Age Record Co. Limited.(p) 1980
- Matrix / Runout: MSD 421 A-2
- Matrix / Runout: MSD 421 B
A - A Forest , taken from the album Seventeen Seconds 1980 Fiction Records - FIX 004. B - Another Journey By Train , instrumental remake of Jumping Someone Else's Train . Luca's Note: Bought at the Virgin. Текст песни: Come closer and see See into the trees Find the girl If you can. A Forest is a song by the English rock band the Cure. Co-produced by Mike Hedges and the band's Robert Smith, it was released as a single from the band's second album Seventeen Seconds on 8 April 1980. It was their debut entry on the UK Singles Chart, reaching number 31. The accompanying music video was first shown on BBC's Top of the Pops programme on 24 April 1980. A Forest is a song by British rock band The Cure. It was released as a single on April 8, 1980, and was the only single from their second album Seventeen Seconds. It was also their first chart single in the UK, reaching 34. The lyrics tell a vague story about a man looking for a girl in a forest. He hears her calling for him, and as he chases her, he suddenly stops and realizes that he is lost and that the girl is not there. The song is fairly upbeat compared to the other material on the album, and Lol Tolhurst's machine-like steady beat together with Simon Gallup's minim read more. A Forest - Tribute to the Cure - 2016 Billboard Masters. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. On April 8th, 1980, The Cure released the Mike Hedges co-produced single A Forest from the bands upcoming sophomore album Seventeen Seconds. A Forest was not initially the title of the song, however, with the original title being recycled for the chilling album track At Night. Watch a televised performance of the song in its original form below, taken circa its introduction during the Future Pastimes tour. A Forest being the last song recorded and only single released for Seventeen Seconds was The Cures first masterpiece, light years beyond the songwriting showcased in the previous r. A Forest, from The Cure's Seventeen Seconds album, tells a vague story of pursuit of a girl in a forest, which ends in loss. Many fans and critics regard this song in particular as a good example of The Cure's unique sound. This song represents several firsts for The Cure: It garnered them their first appearance on the BBC's Top of the Pops program. This song is behind a famous incident. At the 1981 Werchter Festival in Belgium, The Cure were on before Robert Palmer and were just finishing their set. Robert Palmer, apparently getting a little pushy, tried to have his road crew hurry The Cure off the stage. A Forest. The Cure. Produced by Robert Smith & Michael Hedges. Album Seventeen Seconds. A Forest Lyrics. Come closer and see See into the trees Find the girl while you can Come closer and see See into the dark Just follow your eyes Just follow your eyes. I hear her voice Calling my name The sound is deep In the dark I hear her voice And start to run Into the trees Into the trees. Into the trees. Suddenly I stop But I know it's too late I'm lost in a forest All alone The girl was never there It's always the same I'm running towards nothing A. Genre: Gothic Rock. Critic Score. A Forest' and the accompanying Seventeen Seconds album used his and the band's creativity in the studio to the full. As famous for their depressing dirges as for singer-guitarist Robert Smith's deathly visage, the Cure rode the post-punk wave during the late 1970s and early 1980s as leading architects of goth rock. By the time the genre hit its stride in the mid-'80s, the band had moved on to more mainstream pastures but their second album Seventeen Seconds, and especially the single 'A Forest', were the definitive goth recordings. Hey, even co-producereng