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6/30/1998  All Music Guide
Three Imaginary Boys

Bursting with high-energy playing and bare-bones production, the band's first album showcases Robert Smith's most concise songwriting. Smith's now common themes of isolation, alienation and despair are present, this time presented in perfect three-minute form with a more aggressive stance. Three Imaginary Boys ends up sounding like a slightly more tuneful version of Wire's Pink Flag and quite unlike anything else they would record later on.

- Chris Woodstra


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