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7" single by
The Cure

1. Small Wonder Records™
    catalogue no. small eleven
    production date: 1978
    uk made

2. Fiction Records™ (re-issue)
    catalogue no. FICS 001
    production date: 1979
    uk made

producer: Chris Parry

Side A:
Killing an arab
 [Tolhurst / Dempsey / Smith]

Side B:
10:15 Saturday night
 [Tolhurst / Dempsey / Smith]

Out of the deep dark an ice-cold, frightening gaze is goggling. This
photography with extremely Kill_back_excpt-95x96.png alienated eyes is the front cover picture of the Cure's very first release. Issued on 'Small Wonder Records', it is a remakable single with two fresh and extraordinary songs.
The complete art work is absolutely black and white, and in this manner a feeling of cold and fear is underlined. The label's old-fashioned front side photo shows people gathering around a baby, it's a really nice conversion of the record company's name.
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