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Disintegration

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Disc 1 of 3
01
Plainsong
5:17
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Pictures Of You
7:28
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Closedown
4:18
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Lovesong
3:29
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Last Dance
4:45
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Lullaby
4:09
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Fascination Street
5:16
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Prayers For Rain
6:08
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The Same Deep Water As You
9:22
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Disintegration
8:19
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Homesick
7:07
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Untitiled
6:33
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Disc 2 of 3
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Prayers For Rain [RS Home Demo (instrumental)-04/88]
3:01
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Pictures Of You [RS Home Demo (instrumental)-04/88]
3:29
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03
Fascination Street [RS Home Demo (instrumental)-04/88]
2:41
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Homesick [Band Rehearsal (instrumental)-06/88]
3:14
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Fear Of Ghosts [Band Rehearsal (instrumental)-06/88]
2:59
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No Heart [Band Rehearsal (instrumental)-06/88]
2:41
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Esten [Band Demo (instrumental)-09/88]
3:14
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Closedown [Band Demo (instrumental)-09/88]
2:50
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Lovesong [Band Demo (instrumental)-09/88]
3:42
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2 Late [(Alt. Version)-Band Demo (instrumental)-09/88]
2:52
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The Same Deep Water As You [Band Demo (instrumental)-09/88]
6:05
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Disintegration
6:36
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Untitled [(Alt. Version)-Studio Rough (instrumental)-11/88]
3:39
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Babble [(Alt. Version)-Studio Rough (instrumental)-11/88]
3:00
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15
Plainsong [Studio Rough (guide vocal)-11/88]
4:46
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Last Dance [Studio Rough (guide vocal)-11/88]
4:42
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17
Lullaby [Studio Rough (guide vocal)-11/88]
3:48
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18
Out Of Mind [Studio Rough (guide vocal)-11/88]
3:00
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Delirious Night [Rough Mix (vocal)-12/88]
4:32
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Pirate Ships [(RS solo) Rough Mix (vocal)-12/89]
Artist: Robert Smith
3:38
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Disc 3 of 3
01
Plainsong
5:19
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02
Pictures Of You
7:04
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03
Closedown
4:21
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04
Lovesong
3:24
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05
Last Dance
4:36
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06
Lullaby
4:14
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07
Fascination Street
5:09
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08
Prayers For Rain
4:49
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The Same Deep Water As You
10:03
 
10
Disintegration
7:54
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11
Homesick
6:46
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12
Untitled
6:44
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 44   Total Length: 217:03

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Best Cure Album hands down.

hayhook

Get this remastered copy with the demos, the previously unreleased pirate ships and Delirious Night and No Heart, and extra super bonus, Disc 3 is The 1989 Live album of Disintegration played in full at Wembley Stadium: "Entreat" with 3 additional songs missing from the original pressing. Such treasure here.

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