And so it goes: The reissue of The Cure’s Disintegration has been delayed yet again, with a new release date — in the U.S., at least — set for June 8, according to a press release from Rhino Records this afternoon. The 3CD set, originally due in February, will feature the remastered album, a disc of unreleased demos and an expanded edition of Entreat. See full tracklist here, and take a listen to “Delirious Night” — one of the previously unheard outtakes — right here.
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS
- Audio: The Cure’s ‘Delirious Night,’ unreleased ‘Disintegration’ demo
- Watch ‘The Cure in Orange’ to celebrate Robert Smith’s 51st birthday
- The Cure plays early version of ‘A Forest’ with alternate lyrics
- Spin in the ’80s: The Cure, R.E.M., Morrissey, The Replacements, much more
- Watch The Cure’s Robert Smith guest host MTV’s ‘120 Minutes’
- John Hughes wrote a screenplay inspired by The Cure’s ‘Lovecats’
- The Cure’s Robert Smith: ‘4.13 Dream’ follow-up ’slowly taking shape’
- The Cure’s Robert Smith contributes rare solo song to ‘Alice in Wonderland’
- The Cure’s ‘Disintegration’ gets 3CD deluxe reissue in 2010, plus ‘In Orange’ on DVD
nooooooooooooooooo! but really, it’s ok. i am still absolutely pumped about this release.
God, this is becoming like The Cure’s Chinese Democracy. Hopefully this is the last set back.
Tonight Amazon notified customers who placed a pre-order that the new date is June 21-25, 2010.