Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult

now released on double vinyl. the cult, unlike its predecessor bands the southern death cult and the death cult, was unapologetic about its mainstream rock and 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.' 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.' totally remastered, featuring 19 of your favourite cult tracks including 'she sells sanctuary', 'edie (ciao baby) ' and 'sweet soul sister', with new artwork.

The Cult

Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985

Album artwork for Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult by Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 - The Cult
Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult
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£21.99

Released 18/07/2011Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult
CD

£8.99

Released 01/07/2011Catalogue Number

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The Cult

Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985

Album artwork for Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult by Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 - The Cult
Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult
LPx2

£21.99

Released 18/07/2011Catalogue Number

bbqlp2026

Album artwork for Pure Cult - The Singles 1984 - 1985 by The Cult
CD

£8.99

Released 01/07/2011Catalogue Number

bbqmcd2026

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

now released on double vinyl. the cult, unlike its predecessor bands the southern death cult and the death cult, was unapologetic about its mainstream rock and 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.' 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.' totally remastered, featuring 19 of your favourite cult tracks including 'she sells sanctuary', 'edie (ciao baby) ' and 'sweet soul sister', with new artwork.