IMAGINARY BOYS: THE CURE 1978/80
Hanging Around Books' 15th release, “Imaginary Boys: The Cure 1978/80 " (HA015X), features rare and previously unseen photographs of the band taken by Justin Thomas in London and Sheffield during 1978 and 1980 respectively .
As Justin states in the book's introduction:
"One of The Cure’s first central London shows was on 19 December 1978 at The Hope & Anchor; a popular but freezing cellar/pub venue in Islington. Intrigued after hearing ‘Killing an Arab’ on John Peel’s radio show, I headed there to see them. There were 12 people in the audience but that didn’t stop them pulling out all the stops to impress."
Imaginary Boys:The Cure 1978/80 (HA015X)
Photography by Justin Thomas
© 2018 Justin Thomas & Hanging Around Books
A second limited edition of 250 copies.
A5 paperback photozine. 36 pages. Digitally printed on recycled paper.
For EU customers, please be aware before purchasing that you will now be liable to pay local VAT charges when your order arrives in your country. Any import charges are the responsibility of the customer.
Please note: the images throughout this website are watermarked "Hanging Around Books" for the photographers' copyright protection. Purchased copies do not have these watermarks.