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9 thoughts on “ The Holy Hour - The Cure - Faith / The Head On The Door (CD) ”

  1. General CommentAs the opener for "Faith," the album in which Robert Smith wrote about when the band's relatives were dropping like flies, this song deals with the death, and a lot to do with repentance for sins. "promise for salvation" "wordless scream at ancient power" = prayer to God "cannot hold what you devour" = God taking souls/lives The Holy Hour could very well be the last hour we have.
  2. The Cure are a rock band which formed in in Crawley, England, United Kingdom. The band originally consisted of Robert Smith (vocals, guitar), Porl Thompson (guitar), Michael Dempsey (bass) and Lol Tolhurst (drums), with the band's lineup overgoing several changes throughout the years and Smith remaining as the only constant member throughout the band's history.
  3. The Cure "The Holy Hour": I kneel and wait in silence As one by one the people slip away Into the night The quiet and empty bo.
  4. The Holy Hour Lyrics: I kneel / And wait in silence / As one by one the people slip away / Into the night / The quiet and empty bodies / Kiss the ground before they pray / Kiss the ground and slip.
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  6. The Cure: "Reflections" refers to a set of shows in which The Cure played their first three albums Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds and Faith in full at the VividLive festival at the Sydney Opera House on 31 May and 1 June All three albums were played in their entirety on both nights, along with several other tracks from the same era. The Cure announced that these "Reflections.
  7. "The Holy Hour," "All Cats Are Grey," and the spectacular "Faith" are slow atmospheric pieces that take the softer elements from Seventeen Seconds, and -- when sidled up next to faster tracks like the single "Primary" and "Doubt" -- paint an overall picture of the ups and downs contained within a greater depressive period.
  8. General CommentThe whole Faith album doesn't seem to be getting much respect with number of quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfo well. Faith the song is great. However I don't think the song wants us to believe it is a good thing to have. With all the shitty things that happen in the world and this song touches on some of them, I feel Robert is singing to say that we've all failed.
  9. Comments Recorded at the Whiskey A Go-Go in Los Angeles on 27th July Decent enough recording (probably good audience) if a tad quiet. In addition to the tracks listed on the art, there were three more songs - Splintered In The Head, A Forest and Faith.

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