Faith is the third studio album by British alternative rock band the Cure, released on 14 April 1981 by record label Fiction. Preceded by the single "Primary", the album was a commercial success in the UK, peaking at number 14 and staying in the albums chart for 8 weeks. It was mostly well received by critics. Faith saw the Cure continuing in the gloomy vein of 1980's Seventeen Seconds, which would conclude with the band's next album, Pornography.
Complete your The Cure collection. This Master Release gathers all versions of the Faith albums that do include the 'Carnage Visors' soundtrack track. Versions that do not include 'Carnage Visors' can be found here: The Cure - Faith.
Faith And 'Carnage Visors' (Cass, Album). Faith (LP, Album + LP, Comp + Ltd, RM, 180). Carnage Visors: The Soundtrack 27:52. The Cure - Faith (Track at Once) 64:54.
Faith And ‘Carnage Visors’ by The Cure. In Concert – 371 by The Cure. Acoustic Hits by The Cure. Kindred Phenomena by The Cure. Mixed Up by The Cure. Pornography by The Cure. The Walk by The Cure. 9. ‘Carnage Visors’ Film Soundtrack. More albums from The Cure: Faith And ‘Carnage Visors’ by The Cure.
B Carnage Visors 27:41. Artwork – Undy, Porl Bass – Simon Gallup Drums – Laurence Tolhurst. Engineer – David Kemp, Graham Carmichael, Mike Hedges Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals – Robert Smith Producer – Mike Hedges, The Cure.
Faith Studio album by The Cure Released 11 April 1981. It was screened at the beginning of shows in place of a support band on the 1981 Picture Tour, and featured animation of several dolls in different positions and stances.
Catch me if I fall, I'm losing hold I can't just carry on this way And every time I turn away I lose another blind game The idea of perfection holds me. Suddenly, I see you change Everything at once the same But the mountain never moves Rape me like a child, christened in blood Painted like an unknown saint There's nothing left but hope Your voice is dead and old and always empty Trust in me through closing years Perfect moments wait If only we could stay Please say the right words We.