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Quote"CURÆTION-25: From There To Here | From Here To There"Captured on the tenth and final night of the 25th Meltdown Festival (curated by lead singer Robert Smith) at London's Royal Festival Hall in June 2018. Presented in HD with 5.1 surround sound, Smith, Simon Gallup, Jason Cooper, Roger O'Donnell, and Reeves Gabrels performed a song from each of their 13 studio albums in chronological order, displaying the evolution of The Cure's music live on stage. At the core of the set, they broke the cycle with some new, unreleased songs – offering a glimpse into the band's future – before retracing their steps with another song from each album, ending with "Boys Don't Cry."Tracklisting:Three Imaginary BoysAt NightOther VoicesA Strange DayBananafishbonesA Night Like ThisLike CockatoosPictures Of YouHighJupiter Crash39Us Or ThemIt's OverIt Can Never Be The SameStep Into The LightThe Hungry Ghostalt.endThe Last Day Of SummerWantFrom The Edge Of The Deep Green SeaDisintegrationIf Only Tonight We Could SleepSinkingShake Dog ShakeOne Hundred YearsPrimaryA ForestBoys Don't CryANNIVERSARY: 1978-2018 Live In Hyde Park LondonReleased in cinemas globally on the 11th July, ANNIVERSARY: 1978-2018 Live In Hyde Park London features the band's acclaimed 29-song, 135-minute anniversary concert. Filmed in one of London's Royal Parks to a crowd of 65,000 fans, The Cure presented a four-decade deep set on July 7, 2018, including "Just Like Heaven," "Lovesong," "High," and "The End Of The World." Adding to the experience, the band is back-dropped by giant screens displaying footage that complements the unique moods and emotive songwriting that established The Cure as pioneers of alternative rock. The result is a concert that Rolling Stone expressed shows the 'unique power in The Cure's live performance.'Tracklisting:PlainsongPictures of YouHighA Night Like ThisThe WalkThe End of the WorldLovesongPushIn Between DaysJust Like HeavenIf Only Tonight We Could SleepPlay for TodayA ForestShake Dog ShakeBurnFascination StreetNever EnoughFrom the Edge of the Deep Green SeaDisintegrationLullabyThe CaterpillarFriday I'm in LoveClose to MeWhy Can't I Be You?Boys Don't CryJumping Someone Else's TrainGrinding Halt10:15 Saturday NightKilling an Arab
QuoteThe Cure marked their 40th anniversary in 2018 with a pair of unique shows in London: One where they went through their catalogue chronologically for a small audience of die-hards, and another where they played a lengthy, career-spanning set to a massive crowd in Hyde Park. Both concerts were filmed and will be released this fall as 40 Live – Curætion-25 + Anniversary, a box set that will come in a variety of configurations.The former concert, dubbed Curætion-25: From There to Here / From Here to There, features the band playing a spiraling set list that starts with one of their earliest songs and boasts a song from each album up through their most current release, 2008's 4:13 Dream. The Cure also played a pair of previously unreleased songs and then worked their way backwards to "Boys Don't Cry." The performance was part of the 25th annual Meltdown Festival at the Royal Festival Hall last June. The video features HD picture and 5.1 surround sound.
Quote from: Ulrich on August 09, 2019, 18:26:27I had to edit above post, as it was not the trailer, just an advert.dsanchez already shared this (but I think it's good to have a topic in "news" as well!):http://curefans.com/index.php?topic=9199.0