4play - 4play

4play
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Compilation album of The Cure
Publication As January October as 2006 [ 1 ]
Recording 1979-1982
Genders) Post Punk
Rock Gótico
New Wave
Duration 1:14:24
Record label Fiction, Polydor
Producer (s) The Cure
Compiler Robert Smith
The Cure Compilation Album Timeline
Join the dots
(2004)
4play
(2006)
Torn Down
(2018)

4play is a compilation album by the British rock band The Cure , released in 2006 through the virtual music store ITunes Store , initially only in the UK and later worldwide.

The disc compiles songs from the band's first four studio albums, Three Imaginary Boys , Seventeen Seconds , Faith, and Pornography , as well as songs from their remastered editions of Universal Music's Deluxe series . It is composed of twelve songs, four of them are singles from each of the albums, another four are live songs taken from the Deluxe editions and the remaining four are new versions of the songs that give title to each album. It also includes an interview (divided into four parts) with the leader of the band, Robert Smith, speaking of these first four albums.

List of songs

N.º Title Duration
1. «10:15 saturday night» (sencillo de Three Imaginary Boys) 3:45
2. «Subway Song - Live in Nottingham 10/1979» (extraída de Three Imaginary Boys - Rarities CD 1977-1979) 2:28
3. «A forest» (sencillo de Seventeen Seconds) 5:58
4. «At Night - Live in France 6/1980» (extraída de Seventeen Seconds - Rarities CD 1979 - 1980) 5:38
5. «Primary» (sencillo de Faith) 3:37
6. «The Funeral Party - Live Somewhere Summer 81» (extraída de Faith - Rarities CD 1980-1981) 4:38
7. «The hanging garden» (sencillo de Pornography) 4:35
8. «A Short Term Effect - Live in Brussels 6/1982» (extraída de Pornography - Rarities CD 1981-1982) 4:07
9. "Three Imaginary Boys" (2005 remake) 3:12
10. «Seventeen Seconds» (new version 2005) 4:06
11. «Faith» (new version 2005) 7:08
12. "Pornography" (new version 2005) 5:51


  • 3, 4 and 10 songs composed by Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst, Simon Gallup and Matthieu Hartley .
  • 5, 6, 7, 8, 11 and 12 songs composed by Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst and Simon Gallup.

References

Other
  1. ^ "Official Discography of The Cure" . Thecure.com. Archived from the original on January 31, 2017 . Retrieved December 16, 2013 .
Bibliography
  • Apter, Jeff Never Enough: The Story of The Cure. Editorial Omnibus Press. ISBN 1-84449-827-1
  • Llorente, Jesus. The Cure. The lives of Robert Smith. Editorial La Máscara: 1997. ISBN 84-7974-194-5
  • Sir Richard Francis Bourbon. The Cure. Editorial La Máscara: 1993. ISBN 84-7974-038-8

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