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On January 10, 2020.

On January 10, 2020, “Fiction Records” label released “Walking Like We Do”, the second Big Moon (The) studio album. It was recorded in2019, at “Studio BTS” in Atlanta, US, and was produced by Ben H. Allen III.

Personnel:

  • Juliette Jackson – vocals, guitars, keyboards, flute, piano
  • Soph Nathan – vocals, guitars, bass
  • Celia Archer – vocals, keyboards, piano, bass
  • Fern Ford – vocals, keyboards, drums, trumpet
  • Ben H. Allen III – additional keyboards, percussion, mixing
  • Richard Sherrington – horns
  • Rob Opitz – horns
  • Ben Etter – mixing, engineer
  • Billy Halliday – additional engineer
  • Duncan Albert Jr. – assistant engineer
  • Ian Horrocks – assistant engineer
  • Parker Bradford – assistant engineer
  • Rafael Rojas – assistant engineer
  • Spencer Poole – assistant engineer
  • Trae Young – assistant engineer
  • Pooneh Ghana – photography

Track listing:

  1. It’s Easy Then
  2. Your Light
  3. Dog Eat Dog
  4. Why
  5. Don’t Think
  6. Waves
  7. Holy Roller
  8. Take a Piece
  9. Barcelona
  10. A Hundred Ways to Land
  11. ADHD

On April 14, 1981.

On April 14, 1981, “Fiction Records” label released “Faith”, the third Cure studio album. It was recorded September 1980 – March 1981, at “Morgan Studio” in London, and was produced by Mike hedges, Robert Smith, Simon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith – vocals, guitars, keyboards, six-string bass
  • Simon Gallup – bass guitar
  • Lol Tolhurst – drums
  • Mike Hedges – engineering
  • Graham Carmichael – engineering
  • David Kemp – engineering
  • Martyn Webster – engineering assistance
  • Porl Thompson – design

Track listing:

All lyrics by Robert Smith, all music by Robert Smith, Simon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst.

  1. The Holy Hour
  2. Primary
  3. Other Voices
  4. All Cats Are Grey
  5. The Funeral Party
  6. Doubt
  7. The Drowning Man
  8. Faith

On July 31, 2015.

On July 31, 2015, “Fiction Records” label released “Marks to Prove”, the fourth and final Maccabees studio album. It was recorded September 2013 – February 2015, at “Elephant Studios”, and was produced by Hugo White, Laurie Latham, Orlando Weeks, Felix White, Hugo White, Rupert Jarvis, and Sam Doyle.

Personnel:

  • Orlando Weeks – lead and backing vocals, guitar, organ, kazoo
  • Felix White– guitar, piano, backing vocals
  • Hugo White – vocals, guitar, organ, piano
  • Rupert Jarvis – bass guitar
  • Sam Doyle – drums, percussion
  • Iain Harvie- string arranger
  • Laurie Latham– percussion
  • Polly Louise Mackey – backing vocals
  • Rebekah Raa – piano, backing vocals
  • Fabiana Palladino – piano
  • Kenji Fenton – saxophone
  • Mike Davis – trumpet
  • Sam White – backing vocals
  • Stephanie Oyerinde – backing vocals
  • Geraint Watkins– piano
  • Paul Burton – trombone
  • Joe McCann – assistant recording engineer, assistant mixer
  • Sean Juilliard – assistant recording engineer, assistant mixer
  • Bob Ludwig – mastering engineer
  • Cenzo Townshend– mixer
  • Jag Jago – recording engineer
  • Tom Stanley – recording engineer
  • David Busfield – cover photo
  • Go De Jong – design
  • Andy Goldsworthy – photography
  • James Caddick – photography
  • James Cronin – photography
  • Pooneh Ghana – portrait photography
  • Sam Doyle – portrait photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Orlando Weeks, Felix White, Hugo White, Rupert Jarvis, and Sam Doyle.

  1. Marks to Prove It
  2. Kamakura
  3. Ribbon Road
  4. Spit It Out
  5. Silence
  6. River Song
  7. Slow Sun
  8. Something Like Happiness
  9. WW1Portraits
  10. Pioneering Systems
  11. Down Chorus

On May 4, 1982.

On May 4, 1982, “Fiction Records” label released “Pornography”, the fourth Cure studio album. It was recorded January – April 1982, at “RAK Studios” in London, and was produced by Phil Thornalley, Robert Smith, Simn Gallup and Lol Tolhurst.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitar, keyboards, cello, engineering
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar, keyboards
  • Lol Tolhurst– drums, keyboards
  • Mike Nocito – engineering
  • Phil Thornalley– engineering assistance
  • Ben Kelly – sleeve design
  • Michael Kostiff – sleeve photography

Track listing:

All tracks by Robert Smith, Simon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst.

  1. One Hundred Years
  2. A Short Term Effect
  3. The Hanging Garden
  4. Siamese Twins
  5. The Figurehead
  6. A Strange Day
  7. Cold
  8. Pornography

On April 30, 1984.

The_Cure_-_The_Top

On April 30, 1984, “Fiction Records” label released “The Top”, the fifth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1983–1984, at “Genetic”, “Garden Studios” and “Trident Studios”, and was produced by David M. Allen, Chris Parry and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith- vocals, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, organ, violin, harmonica, recorder, instrumentation
  • Lol Tolhurst- keyboards, instrumentation
  • Porl Thompson- saxophone, keyboards, guitar
  • Phil Thornalley- bass guitar
  • Andy Anderson- drums, percussion
  • Dave Allen, Howard Grey – engineer

Track listing:

All tracks by Robert Smith, except where noted.

  1. Shake Dog Shake
  2. Bird Mad Girl – Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst
  3. Wailing Wall
  4. Give Me It
  5. Dressing Up
  6. The Caterpillar – Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst
  7. Piggy in the Mirror – Robert Smith, Lol Tolhurst
  8. The Empty World
  9. Bananafishbones
  10. The Top

On April 22, 1980.

Seventeen_Seconds

On April 22, 1980, “Fiction Records” label released “Seventeen Seconds”, the second Cure studio album. It was recorded 1979-1980, at “Morgan Studio One”, and was produced by Mike Hedges and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitars, vocals
  • Matthieu Hartley– keyboards,
  • Lol Tolhurst– drums
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar
  • Mike Hedges – engineerin
  • David Kemp – engineering
  • Martyn Webster – engineering assistance

Track listing:

All lyrics by Robert Smith, all music by Robert Smith, Matthieu Hartley, Simon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst.

  1. A Reflection
  2. Play for Today
  3. Secrets
  4. In Your House
  5. Three
  6. The Final Sound
  7. A Forest
  8. M
  9. At Night
  10. Seventeen Seconds

On April 21, 1992.

The Cure - Wish

On April 21, 1992, “Fiction Records” label released “Wish”, the ninth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1991–1992, at “The Manor” in Oxfordshire, and was produced by David M. Allen and Robert Smith.

Personnel:

  • Robert Smith– vocals, guitars, keyboards, 6-string bass
  • Perry Bamonte– guitars, keyboards, 6-string bass, piano
  • Simon Gallup– bass guitar, keyboards
  • Porl Thompson– guitars
  • Boris Williams– drums, percussion
  • Kate Wilkinson –viola
  • Engineers: Dave Allen, Steve Whitfield
  • Assistant engineer: Chris Bandy
  • Mixing:Mark Saunders
  • Mixing assistants: Andy Baker, William Parry, Danton Supple, Mark Warner
  • Album Cover: Parched Art (Porl Thompson and Andy Vella)

Track lsiting:

All tracks by Perry Bamonte, Simon Gallup, Robert Smith, Porl Thompson, Boris Williams.

  1. Open
  2. High
  3. Apart
  4. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea
  5. Wendy Time
  6. Doing the Unstuck
  7. Friday I’m in Love
  8. Trust
  9. A Letter to Elise
  10. Cut
  11. To Wish Impossible Things
  12. End