|2||10:15 Saturday Night||3:41|
|3||The End Of The World||3:40|
|5||Close To Me||3:37|
|6||The Only One||4:14|
|7||Shake Dog Shake||4:42|
|8||Boys Don't Cry||3:05|
|18||The Hungry Ghost||4:48|
|19||One Hundred Years||6:50|
|20||Just Like Heaven||3:47|
|21||A Night Like This||4:10|
|23||Play For Today||4:06|
|25||Friday I'm In Love||3:34|
|28||Jumping Someone Else's Train||3:12|
|29||Let's Go To Bed||3:36|
|30||Why Can't I Be You?||3:27|
|31||Hot Hot Hot!!!||3:34|
|SBESTCD50||The Cure|| Bestival Live 2011 (2xCD, Album)||Sunday Best Recordings, Lost Music ||SBESTCD50||Europe||2011|
|PIASA51CD||The Cure|| Bestival Live 2011 (2xCD, Album)||PIAS America, Sunday Best Recordings, Lost Music ||PIASA51CD||US||2011|
|SBESTCD50P||The Cure|| Bestival Live 2011 (2xCD, Album, Promo)||Sunday Best Recordings||SBESTCD50P||UK||2011|
|BRSB50||The Cure|| Bestival Live 2011 (2xCD, Album)||Sunday Best Recordings, Beat Records||BRSB50||Japan||2011|
- Bass – Simon Gallup
- Drums – Jason Cooper
- Guitar – Robert Smith
- Keyboards – Roger O'Donnell
- Mastered By – Graeme Durham
- Mixed By – Robert Smith
- Photography By – Whizz Kid Entertainment
- Recorded By – Will Shapland Mobile
- Transferred By – Keith Uddin
- Voice – Robert Smith
The Cure published their first official live album since 1993 - and their first complete concert on disc at all.
The concert had been recorded during their headline set at the Bestival open-air on the Isle Of Wight, September 10, 2011. Keyboarder Roger O'Donnell had been back in the band and they performed "The Caterpillar" for the first time in 20 years.
Encore 1 starts with "Lullaby", encore 2 with "Boys Don't Cry".
Comes with a black sticker written on it:
32 live tracks over 2 CDs.
“The Cure had pulled off the epitome of the "festival set" akin to Bowie at Glastonbury 2000 or Macca at Glasto '04, and every bit as legendary.” - The Guardian
All profits from the sale of the CD will go to the Isle Of Wight Youth Trust.
This show was mixed loud, and played even louder... so turn it up!
Made in the EU
"Killing Another" is the new name of "Killing an Arab" to avoid any racist consideration.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lost Music Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Lost Music Ltd.
- Distributed By – Pias
- Licensed To – Sunday Best Recordings
- Mastered At – The Exchange
- Pressed By – Key Production