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Darsteller: The Cure
Titel: Disintegration
Land: UK
Stil:New Wave, Alternative Rock
Freigegeben: 02 May 1989
Katalognummer: FIXH 14, 839 353-1
Etikett: Fiction Records
MP3-Albumgröße: 2647 mb
FLAC-Albumgröße: 2820 mb

Trackliste

1Fascination Street
2Lullaby
3The Same Deep Water As You
4Closedown
5Pictures Of You
6Love Song
7Disintegration
8Plainsong
9Untitled
10Prayers For Rain

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STARL 5567, 839 353-1The Cure Disintegration ‎(LP, Album)Polydor, PolydorSTARL 5567, 839 353-1South Africa1989
E2 60855 The Cure Disintegration ‎(CD, Album, Club)ElektraE2 60855 Canada1990
600152-2The Cure Disintegration ‎(CD, Album)WEA600152-2Australia1989
839 353-1The Cure Disintegration ‎(LP, Album)Polydor839 353-1Colombia1989
CD 60855The Cure Disintegration ‎(CD, Album)ElektraCD 60855Canada1989

Credits

  • ArtworkParched Art
  • Bass, KeyboardsSimon Gallup
  • DrumsBoris Williams
  • Engineer [Assistant At Outside]Richard Sullivan
  • Engineer [Assistant At Rak]Roy Spong
  • GuitarPorl Thompson
  • Instruments [Other]Laurence Tolhurst
  • KeyboardsRoger O'Donnell
  • Music ByWilliams, Tolhurst, Thompson, Smith, O'Donnell, Gallup
  • Producer, EngineerDavid M. Allen, Robert Smith
  • Words By, Voice, Guitar, KeyboardsRobert Smith

Hinweise

© Fiction Records Ltd
℗ Fiction Records Ltd

Recorded at Outside Studios, Berkshire
Mixed at Rak Studio Three, London
Marketed and manufactured in the UK by Polydor Ltd.
THIS MUSIC HAS BEEN MIXED TO BE PLAYED LOUD SO TURN IT UP

Includes a lyric inner sleeve.
Some copies with a black round sticker on front sleeve:
"Contains the Hit Singles Lullaby and Lovesong 839 353-1"

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 42283 93531 0
  • Barcode (Scancode): 042283935310
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, runout A side, stamped): 8393531 A -1 U-1-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, runout B side, stamped): 8393531 B -1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, runout A side, stamped): 8393531 A-1U-1-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2, runout B side, stamped): 8393531 B-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, runout A side, stamped): 8393531 A-1U-1-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3, runout B side, stamped): 8393531 B-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4, runout A side, stamped): 8393531 A-1U-1-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4, runout B side, stamped): 8393531 B-1-1-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5, runout A side, stamped): 8393531 A-1U-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5, runout B side, stamped): 8393531 B-1-1-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variants 1 to 6 hand-etched A side): HOW THE END
  • Matrix / Runout (Variants 1 to 6 hand-etched B side): ALWAYS IS
  • Label Code: LC 6444
  • Price Code: POL 281
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6 runout A side, stamped): 8393531 A-1U-1-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6 runout B side, stamped): 8393531 B-1-1-3

Unternehmen

  • Marketed By – Polydor Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Polydor Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fiction Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Fiction Records Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Outside Studios
  • Mixed At – Rak Studio Three
  • Published By – Fiction Songs Ltd.
  • Pressed By – EMI Records

Kurzes Intro

Disintegration is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Cure, released on 2 May 1989 by Fiction Records. The record marks a return to the introspective gothic rock style the band had established in the early 1980s. As he neared the age of 30, vocalist and guitarist Robert Smith had felt an increased pressure to follow up on the group's pop successes with a more enduring work. This, coupled with a distaste for the group's newfound popularity, caused Smith to lapse back into the use of. The Cure. Disintegration - The Cure. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Встречается в альбомах. Anniversary: 1978 - 2018 Live In Hyde Park London. 2019 Live. Другие версии. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The most Cure albums, Disintegration is a pre-conceived group of Smiths autobiographical songs that uniformly express one particular mood gloom, yet stopping just short of communicating total despair like Pornography and Faith. Originally conceived as an intentionally depressing, introspective solo project inspired by a fear of turning thirty years old, band leader Robert Smith eventually brought the songs to the band where it became somewhat a group effort. Thats the disintegration I mean. Disintegration is the eighth studio album by English alternative rock band The Cure, released on May 1, 1989. The record marks a return to the gloomy gothic rock style and introspective lyrics the band had established in the early 1980s, and is one of three quintessential Cure albums performed in entirety on the band's double live album, Trilogy. Arguably their flagship release, The Cures Disintegration sold over three million copies and raised the bands status from cult icons to stadium-filling superstars. Yet this landmark album emerged from a turbulent 12-month period during which frontman Robert Smith battled with depression and fired The Cures co-founder, Lol Tolhurst, from the band. Listen to Disintegration right now. Cracks first began to show following the release of 1987s eclectic, double-disc set Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me. Though an artistic triumph which rewarded The Cure with a Billboard Top 40. Слушай новый альбом The Cure - Disintegration 2010 бесплатно в хорошем качестве на . The Cure - Disintegration. UMC Universal Music Catalogue , Alternative, Инди-рок, Панк-рок , 2010. The Cure -Plainsong Remastered. The Cure -Pictures Of You Remastered. The Cure -Closedown Remastered 2010. The Cure -Lovesong Remastered. The Cure -Last Dance Remastered. The Cure -Lullaby Remastered. Disintegration 1989 - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album Disintegration to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Disintegration 1989
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CONVERSE
CONVERSE
No words will ever describe the beauty and the importance of this album to so many (myself included). At the tender age of 13, what more was there but "Disintegration"? The Cure's album eighth deep into their (late) 80s career, rich with stylistic shifts that never harmed their innovative consistency. The album that still is just light years away from now. The majestic opening that is "Plainsong" is so mesmerising, that powerful hi-hat/stabbing keyboard riff pouring in, keeps sweeping anyone off their feet to start with... Thirty years on, I think I'm old (and it's so cold) - and when we'll all be long gone, this album's splendour will continue to shine on new generations in the manner of the greatest big bang.
Ishnsius
Ishnsius
One of those albums that didn't need to be messed with, period. The original 1989 mastering on compact disc is the definitive version. Mastered with wide dynamic range and plenty of headroom so it can be turned up loud as the booklet instructs. The 2010 remaster simply adds compression and boosted bass that does the music no favors - it just kills the spaciousness and atmosphere of the album. There isn't any good vinyl version either, so don't bother. The old pressings, even though they cut a couple tracks, were still compromised because they crammed too much music on each side and the 2010 and onward reissues use the crappy remaster as a source. Find any old pre-2010 CD if you want to hear the album properly.
Todal
Todal
There are no "norms" with vinyl these days since quality of sources, cutting, and pressing run the gamut. There are very well done releases out there (a small minority) and loads of half-assed crap. The album didn't need to be remastered, period.
Morad
Morad
2010 pressings use a less compressed source of the 2010 remaster (as is the norm for vinyl these days) and sounds fine. Have you listened to it on a good setup?
Minha
Minha
Around the time this was released Robert Smith said in interviews this album was a sequel to Pornography and if you change the running order he's kinda right.Prayers For Rain(100 Years)Closedown(A Short Term Effect)Last Dance(The Hanging Garden)The Same Deep Water As You(Siamese Twins)Fascination Street 12'(The Figurehead/A Strange Day)Plainsong(Cold)Disintegration(Pornography)
Kirinaya
Kirinaya
Has anyone out there encountered the same problem I've had with the 2010 Reissue? Omg I've tried 3 copies all of which have been returned thank goodness because at least here in Canada they are very expensive selling for around $50 New Sealed. The songs are clear and bright but the surface noise is unbearable right from the drop of the needle. The Rabbit is eating away destroying the beautiful songs before in-between and during most. Rhino reissue so not to surprised but for such a great Cure album not in my collection am super disappointed.Also Discogs is saying that there was a 2016 Reissue but is it? All the local record stores when searching to order brings up the 2010 version only in stock to purchase and am not going to do that again.
Jogas
Jogas
The 2016 Universal/Polydor reissue is sold in the European market only, so getting a chance at a decent pressing means you have to find a seller in the EU who can export it for you.All the copies I've seen at record stores in the US and Canada... they're the 2010 Rhino pressing, which is unfortunately the victim of Rainbo Records' wonky quality control. It is unlikely that a local Canadian store would have the 2016 pressing - which again is EU-only. Given the many reported cases of undue surface noise on the 2010 Rhino version including yours, I'd agree they are waaaaay overpriced for what they are. Thank goodness I've never gambled to try one.
Ganthisc
Ganthisc
I have both the 1989 original vinyl and cd (a few different pressings of each format) as well as the 2010 remastered on vinyl and cd (deluxe). I’m probably an outlier here but I prefer the original 1989 mix on cd. I used to think the original mix was too muddy and dull even when played loudly. BUT that was because my ears were too accustomed to loud heavy on the low end mixes from the mid 90s to present day. Disintegration is a desert island album for me so with the release of the 2010 remaster with all 12 songs across 2 discs, I couldn’t wait. The original ‘89 vinyl sounds really good considering its length for 1 disc but corners were cut to make it work. The 2010 reissue on vinyl is absolutely what to get if you want it on wax. Great pressing. Sounds fantastic. I’ve already burned through a couple copies. So why do I ultimately prefer the original 1989 cd? Keep in mind it was released when cds were the preferred format by record labels...you know the history. Basically when Disintegration was released it was intended to be heard on cd (digitally) even though it was recorded and mixed on tape. The 2 “bonus tracks” were just a marketing gimmick to buy the cd. (Such a shame to the vinyl version but oh well). Now the original cd master...because of the flaws related to its vinyl companion, the cd is the closest we have to what Robert, the band, and the producers and engineers intended the project to sound like. The 2010 remaster cd helped me understand that. With a nice pair of headphones and a decent CD player (or a nice dedicated dac when playing ripped files), I think you’ll understand there’s a lot of magic deep in the mix that the 2010 remaster overshadows with extra bass and volume.It’s easy to find a used ‘89 cd for $5 more or less vs $40+ for an original clean vinyl. Can’t go wrong.
Zainn
Zainn
None of the Cure remasters sound any better than the old Elektra or Fiction CDs, full stop. All they do is add a different EQ and some compression, neither of which was necessary. The only reason to buy them at all is for the bonus material, or because you want to support the band by purchasing an extra copy of an album you already have. Maybe one day we'll get high quality DYNAMIC, un-futzed remasters from a label like MOFI or Intervention but I wouldn't hold your breath for that.
Skilkancar
Skilkancar
Well, after the release of the double LP, which includes all the songs of the album, this version is to be kept for sentimental reasons only.'Homesick' and 'Last Dance' give a whole new dimension to the experience and the quality is far better than the original, which despite the 25+ minutes for each side, it sounded very good.
Kamuro
Kamuro
This should have been a double album, a great shame that ace tracks like "Last Dance" and "Homesick" were not included on the original vinyl issue.
Stick
Stick
Bought the vinyl virtually the day of release sadly it sounded as though the record was already 10 years old crackle and pop all the way through!! The recording mix is also quite rough and flat and doesn't do the songs justice. The previous release (Kiss Me) sounds fantastic and ear splitting loud even though the discs are super thin.On the positive side the cover has a very nice cracked glaze pottery effect only visible in certain light......
Rishason
Rishason
mietersemichiel I bought 3. All sounded like shit. Finally got the remastered 2LP version. Good to know, thanks! Bought the remastered version as well. It's way better but still far away from being perfect imho.
Thofyn
Thofyn
I bought 3. All sounded like shit. Finally got the remastered 2LP version.
Clodebd
Clodebd
Same for my copy. Bought it recently. Even though it still looks perfect, it sounds crap. Pops and crackles all over, very flat sound, left channel on A-side with lower volume than right channel. Horrible.
VariesWent
VariesWent
Anyone else seem to think this version of the LP is recorded way too low thus making it of inferior sound quality?
Xarcondre
Xarcondre
Yes its very quiet due to it's 30 minutes per side. Way too long for vinyl. It should have been originally released as a double record (with the other 2 tracks added) like KM,KM,KM and Wish.
Samuhn
Samuhn
Yes, exactly, but other versions (German for example) are much worse.
Qucid
Qucid
The high-topped sneakered prophet of gloom, Robert Smith, opens the majestic atmospheric and expansive album Disintegration with the line, I think it’s dark and it looks like rain ...,” emblematic of all that The Cure have stood for. While there are those who would have you consider that Disintegration is just more of the same, it took the apparent mildly light-hearted release of Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, to bring about this monumental opus of minor keyed songs, songs laced with drowning images designed not so much to invade your dreams, but to invade your waking hours. And to that end, The Cure managed to capture not only the essence and feel of impending doom and melancholy, but set it to verse, where the tunes are perhaps best sung on the bus while looking through smudged windows, or hummed while in class to ward off the boredom ... coalescing all of the rumors and majesty of this bewildering band into one crowning achievement that will never be equaled. All of the work by The Cure, and especially this release, were packaged and designed to be carried like shields, or banners of expression, as were the albums of Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Quicksilver Messenger Service, and Jim Hendrix back in the hazy 60’s; where tribes were formed, with hair and music being the passkey. You’ll find no angelic cries of exhalation here, nor will you find any hellish sustained misery either ... what you are treated to is the bleak angst that shrouded the 80’s and all of it’s excesses. Disintegration can also seen as a coming of age, or perhaps the end of an age album, though as I stood there in my mid 30’s, wrapped in my oversized coat and untied sneakers, feeling for all the world like I was yet again in the right place at the right time, I had the distinct feeling that I was perhaps a bit of a spy in the house of love, and that I should be letting a younger generation have their naive hazy hay-day of discovery. Never the less, with perfect makeup and fashion to match, I danced into the wee hours of the morning like some proverbial ghost, haunting the side streets and after hours clubs. With all of this being said, Disintegration is all consuming in its sadness, longing, and emotional grandeur. It’s far from a teenage album filled with whines and despair ... it’s an indulgence into the dark nether regions of our subconsciousness, formulated to challenge the nature of our being as we come face to face with all we though we knew, with discovering the lies we’d held as fact [lies told to us, and lies we told to ourselves], finding that the only way to escaped the melancholy is to find the beauty within it, and once done, this soundtrack, or highway marker of sorts, gets shelved and nearly forgotten, until your hand stumbles over it, and a smile of satisfaction for those bygone days crease your face.Review by Jenell Kesler
Wooden Purple Romeo
Wooden Purple Romeo
But, please youngsters, don't believe this is "shoegaze"... It is dark, melancholic, pop music with guitars, sometimes with a smile or a grin. and mr. smith don't have to look at the ground while playing guitar....
Centrizius
Centrizius
I played this album today after many years and I am surprised how good this still is.After almost 25 years this has become a classic in the genre (?).The layers of sound , the lyrics and the songs stood the test of time very easy.If you try one Cure album this is the one and you will not be disappointed.
Gralsa
Gralsa
The original Promo Vinyl release of this album is the one for collectors and audiophiles. It is the only version of this album that is pressed to vinyl using DMM Direct Metal Mastering.
Hellblade
Hellblade
The double LP version that they released on 2010 is by far the best version of this album, i have 3 different pressings of this record
Not-the-Same
Not-the-Same
You know for a fact that it was cut directly from the master tapes? A lot of vinyl from that era was digitally sourced....all accounts I’ve heard are that the original vinyl is poor sounding.
Gashakar
Gashakar
True, not automatically, but in the case of this pressing it does as it sounds better. Also, from the original master tapes and not a "remaster".
Nirad
Nirad
Being mastered using Direct Metal Mastering doesn’t automatically make a release ‘audiophile’. In any case, I can’t see it bettering the reissue due to particularly the length per side.
Innadril
Innadril
Incredible superb this album is a masterpiece from start to finish. Melancholic dark and sadness since the deeper vision made ​​that this album be unique. The emotional lyrics and the sublime voice of Robert Smith join perfectly with the melancholic deep guitars and with the darkness and synth enviromental sounds created by Roger O'Donnell. Certainly, for me, a inprescindible record to understand the philosophy and the depth of the music created by this musicians.
Gann
Gann
I gather that the casual Cure fan is as crazy about Disintegration as any other old Cure album. Everything is here. The grand soundscapes. The melancholic guitar leads. The hurting vocal! Add to this a Robert Smith in a near death mood lyricwise what more can a fan ask for?! My main grip with this album is that it is so archtypical Cure nothing surprises. And devoid of any smash hits this falls directly in my pile of "Well ..." albums. Newcomers looking for the band in a much better shape should start with The Head On The Door. If you like this you may try your luck with Disintegration.
Flamekiller
Flamekiller
I thought it was only me. Agree that this was poorly recorded compared to previous albums
VAZGINO
VAZGINO
Okay, my "non-helpful-button" was bit too hard! To start again: in my opinion it's not that bad to start with the Disintegration album into Cure. For example, myself started into Pink Floyd with a quite comparable album - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, quite disliked by some hardcore Pink-fans. Nonetheless, I learned to experience the whole Floyd from this album on. Well, and Disintegraton like A Momentary Lapse Of Reason are two of my favourite albums til today ... and stand next to Meddle, Faith, Pornography and The Wall. Sigh, all those memories ... ;0)!Hope this reply won't be deleted as my last was.