Cure: Picture Tour Carnage Visors Middlesbrough Town Hall Concert Flyer-1981

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Offered is an Original A5 Flyer For The Cure at Middlesbrough Town Hall on 18Th May 1981 Their Picture Tour With a Showing of Carnage Visors Film.

1981 saw the release of the melancholic Faith, their third album, which hit #14 on the UK charts. All concerns about the band’s lack of image consciousness, first raised by Chris Parry, evaporated as Smith adopted a theatrical hairstyle and make-up, reminiscent of Siouxsie, that he continues to employ today. The band also released an instrumental soundtrack for the film Carnage Visors. Carnage Visors was used as a “tour support” film, in place of an opening act, for their 1981 Picture Tour. The music from Carnage Visors had a very limited print run and has subsequently become very rare in its original form, but along with much of The Cure’s catalogue, has recently been re-mastered and re-issued on CD. In late 1981, The Cure released the non-album track “Charlotte Sometimes”

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"1981"

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