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Started by Priestbusters, September 16, 2015, 13:24:03
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Quote from: Fabien G on February 04, 2016, 15:22:45Oh, that is... Some people are selling this? Strange random running order. Personally I would love a complete singles boxset, which every version of every tracks available (every in-house stuff, every edit, every remix, every remix edit, every in-house in-house remix edit....) like they are 12 versions of wrong number? I hate wrong number, but i really would love to have every single version of every single song the cure has ever made, so i would absolutely love such a comprehensive definitive and complete box set... Bt something like this will never see the shade of light, Robert said there was enough of JTD and all the compilations and released stuff, so i'll stay frustrated. But I'm not getting any bootleg.
Quote from: cheyler on November 16, 2015, 21:41:24Yes, it's incredible isn't it? And it's 11cds, one additional disc was put up maybe a day later. I'll see if I can locate the track list, it's all new stuff, solo RS and him guesting on other folks' stuff and vice versa. It also includes the latest Twilight Sad single. It's hard to form an opinion on this, it's Join The Dots on steroids (and absinthe). BUT...it's a bootleg and therefore somewhat not cool. Although what music fan has never bought (or whatever) a bootleg? Including all the members of the band. Here's the tracklisting:(01) In All Worlds(02) There's A Girl On The Corner(03)-(06) four different mixes of Take Forever(07) Not In Love(08-09) two mixes of Please(10) Make Me Bad(11) Spiders Crocodiles & Kryptonite(12) To Love Somebody(13) A Forest (short cut)(14) Wrong Number (re-mix)(15) Club America (re-mix)I don't really see anything I want on this one, I'm sure some of you will disagree. I kind of lose interest around the end of disc four. All this f***ing fad re-mixing stuff leaves me real cold. By the end I've been bludgeoned, by the sheer quantity of it all, into total disinterest. If you can find the set and are a big fan and i :oops:nto the minutiae, go for it. The sound quality is certainly there. Whoever it was that said "forget the depth, dig the width" must have gotten an advance copy.