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Seventeen Seconds is the second studio album by British band The Cure. It was released in 1980 by Fiction Records.

The album is bathed in a minimalist, rather dark atmosphere. The song "A Forest" was released as a single and allows, inter alia, in the Timeless 100 of Studio Brussel.The album itself reached the list in 2000 The Greatest British Albums Ever by the British pop magazine Q magazine.

A Deluxe Edition of the album was released in 2005, with an additional cd with live versions and songs by Cult Hero.

Numbers[Edit]Edit

All songs written by Smith, Gallup, Hartley and Laurence Tolhurst.

  1. "A Reflection" (Instrumental) 2: 09
  2. "Play for Today" 3: 39
  3. "Secrets" 3: 19
  4. "In Your House" 4: 06
  5. "Three" 2: 36
  6. "The Final Sound" (Instrumental) 0: 52
  7. "A Forest"5: 55
  8. "M" 3: 03
  9. "At Night" 5: 54
  10. "Seventeen Seconds" 4: 01

Composition[Edit]Edit

  • Robert Smith -guitar, vocals, producer
  • Matthieu Hartley -keyboards
  • Lol Tolhurst -drums
  • Simon Gallup -bass guitar
  • Mike Hedges-producer, engineer
  • Chris Parry-co-producer (all members of the band are also considered as co-producer)
  • David Kemp-technician
  • Martyn Webster-Assistant Engineer

Singles[Edit]Edit

  • 1980-"A Forest"

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