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The Cure in Sounds (UK) November 8, 1980 – “Playing For Today” | Plus bonus Dutch Television interview from 1980

[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n November 8th, 1980, The Cure were interviewed in Sounds promoting the release of their second studio album “Seventeen Seconds”, and the single from which the article gets it’s title.  Despite this, at this point in the band’s career, material for the third album “Faith” had already made it’s way into live sets, and the track “All Cats are Grey” is mentioned, along with the literary inspiration of the Gormenghast series.

(PS: Also included in the article is a reference to Siouxie…um, who the hell is Siouxie?)

h/t to The Cure-Pictures of You

 

 

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