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The Cure - Seventeen Seconds Жанр: Post-Punk Год выпуска диска: 1980 Страна: England Производитель диска и номер: Polygram PDS 16282 (1st Canadian pressing) Аудио кодек: FLAC Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: 24 bit / 96 kHz Продолжительность: 35:40 Релиз: Arend (AvaxHome) Трэклист: Side One
1. "A Reflection" – 2:09
2. "Play for Today" – 3:39
3. "Secrets" – 3:20
4. "In Your House" – 4:07
5. "Three" – 2:36 Side Two
1. "The Final Sound" – 0:53
2. "A Forest" – 5:55
3. "M" – 3:03
4. "At Night" – 5:54
5. "Seventeen Seconds" – 4:02
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The Cure becomes The Cure
While "Three Imaginary Boys" (or "Boys Don't Cry", depending on which version you have) was a very promising debut, Robert Smith has admitted that
much of the album was beyond his control. In other words, it didn't accurately represent the sound he wanted to explore. However, there were a few
more experimental, atmospheric moments on the album. Namely, "10:15 Saturday Night", "Another Day", and the title track. They also happened to be the
best moments on the album, and were a strong representation of the sound they'd explore on the follow-up album, "Seventeen Seconds". The first time
you listen to it, you'll notice that it's much bleaker and depressing than its predecessor, which bordered on playful and fun at times.
1. A Reflection
A short keyboard instrumental. The main melody is simple, comprised of three chords that any novice could play within minutes. But much like the rest
of the album, its strength lies in its simplicity. It's a haunting little piece, and should give you the idea that this album will be a lot different
from their debut.
2. Play For Today
This is one of two singles from the album, and it's not tough to see why. It's the most accessible song on the album, built around a rather catchy and
energetic/punk-ish guitar melody. It sounds like "Jumping Someone Else's Train"'s cousin, only darker, better, and more personal; the lyrics delve
into the mind of somebody involved in an insincere relationship.
A great song, built around a thick bass line. It carries a tense tone throughout.
4. In Your House
Another great song, with one of the catchier guitar melodies on the album. Again, atmospheric and haunting. You'll probably think every song sounds
the same the first time you listen to this - I did as well. It'll take multiple listens to uncover some of the melodies (or lack thereof), as most of
them are subtle.
This one is also a keyboard led instrumental (well, it has words in the background, but they're pretty much indecipherable). Very unsettling. Not a
great song on its own, but it works wonders to keep in with the whole mood of the album. Call it a mood piece.
6. The Final Sound
Yet another keyboard instrumental piece. This one is *really* short (about 50 seconds), and is more of an intro for the following track. But it's
creepy and cool while it lasts - very atonal.
7. A Forest
This is often labeled the "quintessential" or "archetypical" Cure song. Its 6 minutes are made up of a heavy bass line, rhythmic drumming, goth
nightmare lyrics (you'll feel like you're in a forest in the middle of the night as you listen to it), and ethereal, dreamy guitar melodies. It's also
pretty damn catchy and hypnotic - which explains why it was their first hit single.
Mysterious, for the title alone if nothing else. It's one of the more accessible songs on the album, as it contains some nice melodies that you'll
uncover after a couple listens.
9. At Night
My personal favorite from this album - it even upstages "A Forest"! Again, it may take a few listens to get into it. After I heard it a couple times,
the main hook that repeats throughout the song (comprised of Simon Gallup's fuzzy bass line backed by a countering synthesizer line) was stuck in my
head for days. Like "A Forest", the lyrics also paint a gloomy, unsettling picture in the listener's mind. Of all the songs on the album, this (along
with the proceeding one) most accurately show the even darker direction they'd take on their next album, "Faith".
10. Seventeen Seconds
Like "At Night", another moody piece, but more minimalistic - comprised of a gloomy guitar riff (backed by an equally as gloomy bass line), robotic
sounding drum patterns, and abstract lyrics. What it is the significance of *seventeen" seconds? As it turns out, it's just an arbitrary measure of
time that's adequate enough for Robert Smith to vent out the emptiness he was feeling at the time. A great closer, but that's not surprising, as all
Cure albums end with a near flawless (sometimes completely flawless) song.
Depressed yet? On "Faith" and "Pornography" things would go from gray to black. "Seventeen Seconds" is the most accessible of the three, but it's
still enough to scare people off (if you want a good starter album, pick up the singles compilation "Staring at the Sea"). But if you have an open
mind, and don't powerfully dislike mopey/depressing music, give "Seventeen Seconds" a shot. It still remains one of The Cure's most rewarding
listens. - Review from Amazon.com - Состав:
Robert Smith - guitars, vocals
Matthieu Hartley - keyboards
Laurence Tolhurst - drums
Simon Gallup - bass
Producers: Robert Smith, Mike Hedges
Co-producers: Chris Parry, Simon Gallup, Laurence Tolhurst and Matthieu Hartley
Engineers: Mike Hedges, David Kemp
Assistant engineer: Martyn Webster