I'm not sure if there's any fans of The Glove here but they were a side project consisiting of Robert Smith of the Cure, Steve Severin of Siouxsie & the Banshees, and an unknown vocalist named Landray (who was not unlike Siouxsie in her vocal style). They had a really nice dark psychedelic pop sound that was pretty unique for it's time. Although a well thought out CD with bonus tracks came out in 1990, a really impressive deluxe edition is due in August with the following tracks: CD 1 Like An Animal Looking Glass Girl Sex Eye Make Up Mr. Alphabet Says A Blues In Drag Punish Me With Kisses This Green City Orgy Perfect Murder Relax The Man From Nowhere (Original Instrumental Mix) Mouth To Mouth (Landray Vocal Mix) Punish Me With Kisses (Hedges 7" Mix) The Tightrope (Original Instrumental Mix) Like An Animal (12" Club?, What Club? Mix) CD 2 Like An Animal (Robert Smith Vocal) Looking Glass Girl (Robert Smith Vocal) Sex Eye Make Up (Robert Smith Vocal) Mr. Alphabet Says (Alternative Robert Smith Vocal) A Blues In Drag (Alternative Robert Smith Vocal) Punish Me With Kisses (Robert Smith Vocal) This Green City (Robert Smith Vocal) Orgy (Robert Smith Vocal) Perfect Murder (Alternative Robert Smith Vocal) Relax (Alternative Robert Smith Vocal) The Man From Nowhere (Alternative Instrumental Mix) Mouth To Mouth (Robert Smith Vocal) Opened The Box (A Waltz) (Robert Smith Vocal) The Tightrope (Robert Smith Vocal) And All Around The Mermaids Sang (AKA Torment) (Robert Smith Vocal) Holiday 80 (AKA Mine Eye Offends Me (Instrumental) What's interesting is the Robert Smith vocal versions of the songs which I never knew existed. Here's a bit on that from Billboard: Severin also has been shepherding a reissue of 1983's "Blue Sunshine," his lone album with the Cure's Robert Smith as the Glove. The set is tentatively due in July to coincide with a new round of Cure reissues. The album's bonus material will comprise "rough mixes" of songs with Smith singing "all the guide vocals," according to Severin. "(Fiction label head) Chris Parry strictly forbade Robert from singing on the final album, but we managed to sneak him onto two tracks under the proviso that neither was to be released as singles," Severin said. Severin also said Smith was quite eager to work on the reissue. "In fact, in many ways he's driven it!" he added. "I think it's been a bit of a mission on his part. He desperately wanted to sing on the album at the time, so getting the chance to release this 'alternative version' has become his personal quest, I think." And while Severin nixed any thoughts of a one-off concert to celebrate "Blue Sunshine," both he and Smith are in preliminary discussions about recording a new album together. "I'm thinking more prequel than sequel," Severin said. "You know, what led to the Glove being so disturbed."