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Pure Cult / The Singles 1984-1995 [Remaster]

Artist: The Cult

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Label: Beggars Banquet
Album: Pure Cult / The Singles 1984-1995 [Remaster]
# Song Title   Time
1)    She Sells Sanctuary
2)    Fire Woman
3)    Li' Devil
4)    Spiritwalker
5)    Witch, The
6)    Revolution
7)    Love Removal Machine
8)    Rain
9)    In the Clouds
10)    Coming Down
11)    Edie (Caio Baby)
12)    Heart of Soul
13)    Wild Flower
14)    Star
15)    Resurrection Joe
16)    Go West
17)    Sun King
18)    Wild Hearted Son
19)    Sweet Soul Sister
 



Performer Notes
  • The Cult: Ian Astbury (vocals); Bob Rock (guitar, keyboards); Billy Duffy, James Stewart, James Stevenson (guitar); John Sinclair, Benmont Tench, John Webster, Richie Zito, Scott Humphrey (keyboards); Jaime Stewart, Haggis, Charley Drayton, Kinley Wolfe, Craig Adams (bass); Nigel Preston, Matt Sorum, Raymond Taylor-Smith, Scott Garrett, Michael Lee, Mickey Curry, Les Warner, Mark Brzezicki (drums).
  • Producers include: Steve Brown, Bob Rock, Rick Rubin, John Brand, Richie Zito.
  • Recorded between 1985 & 1996. Originally released on Beggars Banquet (130) IAN [43958 600130]. Includes liner notes by Dominic Wills.
  • Digitally remastered by John Dent (Loud Mastering).
  • Personnel: Ian Astbury (vocals); Bob Rock (guitar, keyboards); Bill Duffy, James Stevenson (guitar); John Sinclair , Jon Sinclair, John Webster, Richie Zito, Scott Humphrey, Benmont Tench (keyboards); Kinley Wolfe, Craig Adams , Charley Drayton (bass guitar); Nigel Preston, Raymond Taylor-Smith, Les Warner, Michael K. Lee, Mark Brzezicki, Matt Sorum, Mickey Curry, Scott Garrett (drums).
  • Liner Note Author: Dominic Wills.
  • Photographers: Andrew McPherson ; Jim Marshall ; Annette Aurell; Bleddyn Butcher.
  • The Cult, unlike its predecessor bands the Southern Death Cult and the Death Cult, was unapologetic about its mainstream rock & roll aspirations, which makes PURE CULT: THE SINGLES 1984-1995 the best possible starting place for the group, and for many, the logical end point as well. The Cult was a singles band, and a pretty great one, too, as evidenced by the Stones-like "Love Removal Machine" and the blazing "Fire Woman." The ensemble's mixture of '60s influences (no wonder Ian Astbury became the lead singer of the reformed Doors) and hard-rock power (no wonder drummer Matt Sorum went on to join Guns N' Roses) not only helped define a whole subset of the late-'80s alternative-rock scene, it's fair to say that the groups like Stone Temple Pilots owed at least some of their success to the Cult's early flirtations with the rock mainstream. Although the set isn't chronologically ordered, PURE CULT still gives a good sense of the band's surprisingly organic shift in sound, ranging from the gothy neo-psychedelia of "She Sells Sanctuary" to the sneering rock of "Star."

Professional Reviews
Q (8/00, p.115) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...This compilation rocks ludicrously hard..."

CMJ (8/00, p.64) - "...The Cult had an alternative edge that distinguished them from other arena rockers of their era....[It] follows [their] rapid evolution from the goth psychedelia of their initial breakthrough...to the muscular AC/DC riffage of 'Wild Flower'..."

Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:6 June, 2000

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Rhys on
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I never really liked the Cult, actually. I had heard one of their albums and it didn't really sound like anything more than a local rock band I could hear in a pub for 10 bucks.

But I purchased this album with my spare bucks just to try and get into them again, and I admit it did get me a little more into their style. Though now I'm fairly over it, I would say this album is pretty good if you're looking to get into some more hard-rock / blues style music like this band.
darren on
 
excellent collection from all their albums.

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