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The Cure

Out of all the bands that emerged in the immediate aftermath of punk rock in the late '70s, few were as enduring and popular as the Cure. Led through numerous incarnations by guitarist/vocalist Robert Smith (born April 21, 1959), the band became well-known for its slow, gloomy dirges and Smith's ghoulish appearance, a public image that often hid the diversity of the Cure's music. At the outset, the Cure played jagged, edgy pop songs before slowly evolving into a more textured outfit. As one of the bands that laid the seeds for goth rock, the group created towering layers of guitars and synthesizers, but by the time goth caught on in the mid-'80s, the Cure had moved away from the genre. By the end of the '80s, the band had crossed over into the mainstream not only in its native England, but also in the United States and in various parts of Europe. The Cure remained a popular concert draw and reliable record-seller throughout the '90s, and their influence could be heard clearly on scores of new bands during the new millennium, including many that had little to do with goth.

Originally called the Easy Cure, the band was formed in 1976 by schoolmates Smith (vocals, guitar), Michael Dempsey (bass), and Laurence "Lol" Tolhurst (drums). Initially, the group specialized in dark, nervy guitar pop with pseudo-literary lyrics, as evidenced by the Albert Camus-inspired "Killing an Arab." A demo tape featuring "Killing an Arab" arrived in the hands of Chris Parry, an A&R representative at Polydor Records; by the time he received the tape, the band's name had been truncated to the Cure. Parry was impressed with the song and arranged for its release on the independent label Small Wonder in December 1978. Early in 1979, Parry left Polydor to form his own record label, Fiction, and the Cure was one of the first bands to sign with the upstart label. "Killing an Arab" was then re-released in February of 1979, and the Cure embarked on its first tour of England.

The Cure's debut album, Three Imaginary Boys, was released in May 1979 to positive reviews in the British music press. Later that year, the group released the non-LP singles "Boys Don't Cry" and "Jumping Someone Else's Train." That same year, the Cure embarked on a major tour with Siouxsie and the Banshees. During the tour, the Banshees' guitarist, John McKay, left the group and Smith stepped in for the missing musician. For the next decade or so, Smith would frequently collaborate with members of the Banshees.

At the end of 1979, the Cure released a single, "I'm a Cult Hero," under the name the Cult Heroes. Following the release of the single, Dempsey left the band to join the Associates; he was replaced by Simon Gallup at the beginning of 1980. At the same time, the Cure added a keyboardist, Mathieu Hartley, and wrapped up production on the band's second album, Seventeen Seconds, which was issued during the spring of 1980. The addition of a keyboardist expanded the group's sound, was which now more experimental and often embraced slow, gloomy dirges. Nevertheless, the band still wrote pop hooks, as demonstrated by the group's first U.K. hit single, "A Forest," which peaked at number 31. After the release of Seventeen Seconds, the Cure launched its first world tour. Following the Australian leg of the tour, Hartley exited the lineup and his former bandmates chose to continue without him, releasing their third album in 1981 (Faith) and watching it peak at number 14 in the charts. Faith also spawned the minor hit single "Primary." The Cure's fourth album, the doom-laden, introspective Pornography, was released soon after in 1982. Pornography expanded their cult audience even further and cracked the U.K. Top Ten. After the Pornography tour was completed, Gallup quit the band and Tolhurst moved from drums to keyboards. At the end of 1982, the Cure released a new single, the dance-tinged "Let's Go to Bed."

Smith devoted most of the beginning of 1983 to Siouxsie and the Banshees, recording the Hyaena album with the group and appearing as the band's guitarist on the album's accompanying tour. That same year, Smith also formed a band with Banshees bassist Steve Severin; after adopting the name The Glove, the group released its only album, Blue Sunshine. By the late summer of 1983, a new version of the Cure -- featuring Smith, Tolhurst, drummer Andy Anderson, and bassist Phil Thornalley -- had assembled and recorded a new single, a jaunty tune named "The Lovecats." The song was released in the fall of 1983 and became the group's biggest hit to date, peaking at number seven on the U.K. charts. The new lineup of the Cure released The Top in 1984. Despite the pop leanings the number 14 hit "The Caterpillar," The Top was a return to the bleak soundscapes of Pornography. During the world tour supporting The Top, Anderson was fired from the band. In early 1985, following the completion of the tour, Thornalley left the band. The Cure revamped their lineup after his departure, adding drummer Boris Williams and guitarist Porl Thompson; Gallup returned on bass. Later in 1985, the Cure released their sixth album, The Head on the Door. The album was the most concise and pop-oriented record the group had ever released, which helped send it into the U.K. Top Ten and to number 59 in the U.S., the first time the band had broken the American Hot 100. "In Between Days" and "Close to Me" -- both pulled from The Head on the Door -- became sizable U.K. hits, as well as popular underground and college radio hits in the U.S.

The Cure followed the breakthrough success of The Head on the Door in 1986 with the compilation Standing on a Beach: The Singles. Standing on a Beach reached number four in the U.K., but more importantly, it established the band as a major cult act in the U.S.; the album peaked at number 48 and went gold within a year. In short, Standing on a Beach set the stage for 1987's double album Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me. The album was eclectic but it was a hit, spawning four hit singles in the U.K. ("Why Can't I Be You," "Catch," "Just Like Heaven," "Hot Hot Hot!!!") and the group's first American Top 40 hit, "Just Like Heaven." Following the supporting tour for Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, the Cure's activity slowed to a halt. Before the Cure began working on their new album in early 1988, the band fired Tolhurst, claiming that relations between him and the rest of the band had been irrevocably damaged. Tolhurst would soon file a lawsuit, claiming that his role in the band was greater than stated in his contract and, consequently, he deserved more money.

In the meantime, the Cure replaced Tolhurst with former Psychedelic Furs keyboardist Roger O'Donnell and recorded their eighth album, Disintegration. Released in the spring of 1989, the album was more melancholy than its predecessor, but it was an immediate hit, reaching number three in the U.K. and number 14 in the U.S., and spawning a series of hit singles. "Lullaby" became the group's biggest British hit in the spring of 1989, peaking at number five. In the late summer, the band had its biggest American hit with "Love Song," which climbed to number two. On the Disintegration tour, the Cure began playing stadiums across the U.S. and the U.K. In the fall of 1990, the Cure released Mixed Up, a collection of remixes featuring a new single, "Never Enough." Following the Disintegration tour, O'Donnell left the band and the Cure replaced him with their roadie, Perry Bamonte. In the spring of 1992, the band released Wish. Like Disintegration, Wish was an immediate hit, entering the British charts at number one and the American charts at number two, as well as launching the hit singles "High" and "Friday I'm in Love." The Cure embarked on another international tour after the release of Wish. One concert, performed in Detroit, was documented on a film called Show and on two albums, Show and Paris. The movie and the albums were released in 1993.

Thompson left the band in 1993 to join Jimmy Page and Robert Plant's band. After his departure, O'Donnell rejoined the lineup as a keyboardist, and Bamonte switched from synthesizer duties to guitar. During most of 1993 and early 1994, the Cure were sidelined by an ongoing lawsuit from Tolhurst, who claimed joint ownership of the band's name and also sought to restructure his royalty payments. A settlement (ruling in the band's favor) eventually arrived during the fall of 1994, and the Cure shifted their focus to the task at hand: recording a follow-up album to Wish. However, drummer Boris Williams quit just as the band prepared to begin the recording process. The group recruited a new percussionist through advertisements in the British music papers; by the spring of 1995, Jason Cooper had replaced Williams. Throughout 1995, the Cure recorded their tenth proper studio album, pausing to perform a handful of European musical festivals in the summer. The album, titled Wild Mood Swings, was finally released in the spring of 1996, preceded by the single "The 13th."

A combination of pop tunes and darker moments that lived up to its title, Wild Mood Swings received a mixed reception critically and commercially, slowing but not halting the momentum gained by Wish. Galore, the Cure's second singles collection focusing on the band's hits since Standing on a Beach, appeared in 1997 and featured the new song "Wrong Number." The Cure spent the next few years quietly -- giving a song to the X-Files soundtrack, Robert Smith appearing in a memorable episode of South Park -- re-emerging in 2000 with Bloodflowers, their last album of original material, for Fiction. Designed as the final installment in a heavy goth trilogy that stretched all the way back to Pornography and included Disintegration, Bloodflowers was well-received and a respectable success, earning a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Music Album. The next year, the Cure closed out their contract with Fiction with the career-spanning Greatest Hits, which was also accompanied by a DVD release of their most popular videos. During 2002, they spent some time on the road, capping off their tour with a three-night stand in Berlin, where they played each album of their "goth trilogy" on a different night; the event was documented on the home video release Trilogy.

The Cure signed an international deal with Geffen Records in 2003 and then launched an extensive reissue campaign in 2004 with the rarities box set Join the Dots: B-Sides & Rarities, 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years); double-disc expanded editions of their earliest albums soon followed. Also in 2004, the band released its first album for Geffen, an eponymous effort recorded live in the studio. Heavier but not necessarily harder -- and certainly not gloomier than Bloodflowers -- The Cure was partially designed to appeal to a younger audience familiar with the Cure through their influence on a new generation of bands, many of which were showcased as opening acts on the band's supporting tour for the album. The Cure underwent another lineup change in 2005, as Bamonte and O'Donnell left the group and Porl Thompson came back for his third stint. This new, keyboard-less lineup debuted in 2005 as the headlining act at the benefit concert Live 8 Paris, then headed out on the summer festival circuit, highlights of which were captured on the 2006 DVD release Festival 2005. The Cure popped up on various festivals over the next two years, playing a more extensive European tour in early 2008, as they completed their 13th album. Originally conceived as a double album, the record was split in two prior to its release, with the lighter, poppier material released first as 4:13 Dream in October 2008. After a three-year break, the group returned to the live circuit with their "Reflections" tour -- kicking off in Australia and seeing the return of original drummer and keyboardist Lol Tolhurst after some 22 years -- which saw the band play their first three albums, Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds, and Faith, in their entirety. A career-spanning 150-minute headline slot at 2011's Bestival on the Isle of Wight was recorded and released that same year and the band continued to tour throughout 2012 and 2013 with festival shows in Europe and North America and headline shows in Latin America. In early 2014, Smith announced that they would release the follow-up to 4:13 Dream later in 2014, and would also follow up their "Reflections" tour with another series of full album shows, this time performing The Top, The Head on the Door, and Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me in their entirety. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: Bestival Live 2011

Disc 1

1. Plainsong (Live 2011)

2. Open (Live 2011)

3. Fascination Street (Live 2011)

4. A Night Like This (Live 2011)

5. The End Of The World (Live 2011)

6. Love Song (Live 2011)

7. Just Like Heaven (Live 2011)

8. The Only One (Live 2011)

9. The Walk (Live 2011)

10. Push (Live 2011)

11. Friday I'm In Love (Live 2011)

12. Inbetween Days (Live 2011)

13. Play For Today (Live 2011)

14. A Forest (Live 2011)

15. Primary (Live 2011)

16. Shake Dog Shake (Live 2011)

Disc 2

1. The Hungry Ghost (Live 2011)

2. One Hundred Years (Live 2011)

3. End (Live 2011)

4. Disintegration (Live 2011)

5. Lullaby (Live 2011)

6. The Lovecats (Live 2011)

7. The Caterpillar (Live 2011)

8. Close To Me (Live 2011)

9. Hot Hot Hot!!! (Live 2011)

10. Let's Go To Bed (Live 2011)

11. Why Can't I Be You? (Live 2011)

12. Boys Don't Cry (Live 2011)

13. Jumping Someone Else's Train (Live 2011)

14. Grinding Halt (Live 2011)

15. 10:15 Saturday Night (Live 2011)

16. Killing Another (Live 2011)


Track List: 4:13 Dream

1. Underneath The Stars

2. The Only One

3. The Reasons Why

4. Freakshow

5. Siren Song

6. The Real Snow White

7. The Hungry Ghost

8. Switch

9. The Perfect Boy

10. This. Here And Now. With You

11. Sleep When I'm Dead

12. The Scream

13. It's Over


Track List: The Perfect Boy (Cd Single)

1. The Perfect Boy (Mix 13)

2. Without You


Track List: The Cure

1. Lost

2. Labyrinth

3. Before Three

4. The End Of The World

5. Anniversary

6. Us Or Them

7. Alt.End

8. (I Don't Know What's Going) On

9. Taking Off

10. Never

11. The Promise


Track List: Join The Dots: B-Sides & Rarities 1978>2001

Disc 1

1. 10:15 Saturday Night

2. Plastic Passion

3. Pillbox Tales

4. Do The Hansa

5. I'm Cold

6. Another Journey By Train

7. Descent

8. Splintered In Her Head

9. Lament (Flexipop Version)

10. Just One Kiss

11. The Dream

12. The Upstairs Room

13. Lament

14. Speak My Language

15. Mr Pink Eyes

16. Happy The Man

17. Throw Your Foot

18. New Day

19. The Exploding Boy

20. A Few Hours After This

21. A Man Inside My Mouth

22. Stop Dead

Disc 2

1. A Japanese Dream

3. A Chain Of Flowers

4. Snow In Summer

5. Sugar Girl

6. Icing Sugar

7. Hey You!!!

8. How Beautiful You Are

9. To The Sky

10. Babble

11. Out Of Mind

12. 2 Late

13. Fear Of Ghosts

15. Hello I Love You

16. Hello I Love You (Slight Return Mix)

17. Harold And Joe

18. Just Like Heaven

Disc 3

1. This Twilight Garden

2. Play

3. Halo

4. Scared As You

5. The Big Hand

6. A Foolish Arrangement

7. Doing The Unstuck

9. Purple Haze

10. Burn

11. Young Americans

12. Dredd Song

13. It Used To Be Me

14. Ocean

15. Adonais

Disc 4

1. Home

2. Waiting

3. A Pink Dream

6. More Than This

7. World In My Eyes

8. Possession

9. Out Of This World (Oakenfold Remix)

11. Coming Up

12. Signal To Noise (Acoustic Version)

13. Signal To Noise


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Boys Don't Cry

2. A Forest

3. Let's Go To Bed (Live)

4. The Walk

5. The Lovecats

6. In Between Days

7. Close To Me

8. Why Can't I Be You?

9. Just Like Heaven

10. Lullaby

11. Lovesong

12. Never Enough

13. High

14. Friday I'm In Love

15. Mint Car

16. Wrong Number (Single Mix)

17. Cut Here

18. Just Say Yes


Track List: Bloodflowers

1. Out Of This World

2. Watching Me Fall

3. Where The Birds Always Sing

4. Maybe Someday

5. The Last Day Of Summer

6. There Is No If...

7. The Loudest Sound

8. 39

9. Bloodflowers


Track List: Wild Mood Swings

1. Want

2. Club America

3. This Is A Lie

4. The 13th

5. Strange Attraction

6. Mint Car

7. Jupiter Crash

8. Round & Round & Round

9. Gone!

10. Numb

11. Return

12. Trap

13. Treasure

14. Bare


Track List: Wish

1. Open

2. High

3. Apart

4. From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea

5. Wendy Time

6. Doing the Unstuck

7. Friday I'm In Love

8. Trust

9. A Letter To Elise

10. Cut

11. To Wish Impossible Things

12. End


Track List: Mixed Up

1. Lullaby (Extended Mix)

2. Close To Me (Remix)

3. Fascination Street (Extended Mix)

4. The Walk (Remix)

5. Love Song (Extended Mix)

6. A Forest (Tree Mix)

7. Pictures Of You (Extended Mix)

8. Hot Hot Hot!!! (Extended Mix)

9. The Caterpillar (Remix)

10. Inbetween Days (Shiver Mix)

11. Never Enough (Remix)


Track List: Disintegration

Disc 1

1. Plainsong

2. Pictures Of You

3. Closedown

4. Lovesong

5. Last Dance

6. Lullaby

7. Fascination Street

8. Prayers For Rain

9. The Same Deep Water As You

10. Disintegration

11. Homesick

12. Untitiled

Disc 2

1. Prayers For Rain (Instrumental)

2. Pictures Of You (Instrumental)

3. Fascination Street (Instrumental)

4. Homesick (Instrumental)

5. Fear Of Ghosts (Instrumental)

6. No Heart (Instrumental)

7. Esten (Instrumental)

8. Closedown (Instrumental)

9. Lovesong (Instrumental)

10. 2 Late (Instrumental)

11. The Same Deep Water As You (Instrumental)

12. Disintegration (Instrumental)

13. Untitled (Instrumental)

14. Babble (Instrumental)

15. Plainsong

16. Last Dance

17. Lullaby

18. Out Of Mind

19. Delirious Night

20. Pirate Ships

Disc 3

1. Plainsong (Live At Wembley)

2. Pictures Of You (Live At Wembley)

3. Closedown (Live At Wembley)

4. Lovesong (Live At Wembley)

5. Last Dance (Live At Wembley)

6. Lullaby (Live At Wembley)

7. Fascination Street (Live At Wembley)

8. Prayers For Rain (Live At Wembley)

9. The Same Deep Water As You (Live At Wembley)

10. Disintegration (Live At Wembley)

11. Homesick (Live At Wembley)

12. Untitled (Live At Wembley)


Track List: Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me

1. The Kiss

2. Catch

3. Torture

4. If Only Tonight We Could Sleep

5. Why Can't I Be You?

6. How Beautiful You Are

7. The Snakepit

8. Just Like Heaven

9. All I Want

10. Hot Hot Hot !!!

11. One More Time

12. Like Cockatoos

13. Icing Sugar

14. The Perfect Girl

15. A Thousand Hours

16. Shiver And Shake

17. Fight


Track List: Japanese Whispers

2. The Dream

3. Just One Kiss

4. The Upstairs Room

5. The Walk

6. Speak My Language

7. Lament

8. The Lovecats


Track List: Pornography

1. One Hundred Years

2. A Short Term Effect

3. The Hanging Garden

4. Siamese Twins

5. The Figurehead

6. A Strange Day

7. Cold

8. Pornography


Track List: Boys Don't Cry

1. Boys Don't Cry

2. Plastic Passion

3. 10.15 Saturday Night

4. Accuracy

5. So What

6. Jumping Someone Else's Train

7. Subway Song

9. Fire In Cairo

10. Another Day

11. Grinding Halt

12. Three Imaginary Boys


Track List: All Kinds Of Stuff (Radio Single)

1. All Kinds Of Stuff


Track List: Down Under (Radio Single)

1. Down Under


Track List: Freakshow (Mix 13) (Radio Single)

1. Freakshow


Track List: NY Trip (Radio Single)

1. NY Trip


Track List: Show (Live)

1. Open (Live Detroit Version)

2. High (Live Detroit Version)

3. Pictures Of You (Live Detroit Version)

4. Lullaby (Live Detroit Version)

5. Just Like Heaven (Live Detroit Version)

6. A Night Like This (Live Detroit Version)

7. Trust (Live Detroit Version)

8. Doing The Unstuck (Live Detroit Version)

9. Friday I'm In Love (Live Detroit Version)

10. In Between Days (Live Detroit Version)

11. From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea (Live Detroit Version)

12. Never Enough (Live Detroit Version)

13. Cut (Live Detroit Version)

14. End (Live Detroit Version)


Track List: Sleep When I'm Dead (Mix 13) (Radio Single)

1. Sleep When I'm Dead (Mix 13)


Track List: Starter For 10 (Soundtrack)

8. Love Song


Track List: The Perfect Boy (Mix 13) (Radio Single)

1. The Perfect Boy


Track List: Without You (Radio Single)

1. Without You


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Feelings for every day of the week, but look out Fridayyyyyyy y ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Sonya, love is like playing an instrument. It takes practice and determinatio n . If you never pick up an instrument, how can you ever hope to master it? Pick it up!
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No such thing as luv. Not even family luvs.
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management61 2
Love love love the cure!!!!
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Whenever I'm alone. ...with you,
You make me free again!!
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On the 90's bars and clubs were painted on fluorescent colors playing this psychedelic music.
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Huh! its finally Friday! Friday im in love.
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Is this their best jam?
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Love it ��
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Love this
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I like it
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One of my all tome favorite album..
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One of my all time favorites songs.
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Makes me feel like !!!!!!!!!hap p y feel young again I'm so far away.
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So cute I like this one
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Love this
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One of the seminal bands of the 80's...will always have a special place in my heart...
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Easily my favorite by The Cure...
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(Pictures Of You) Much Luv....
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Never stopped loving The Cure....
Now in my 50s I still get the same euphoria when listen to this band.
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Rest in peace my BROTHER
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I was interview to this music by DJ champagne explosion Ramiro Guzman from Los Angeles California Atwater village best music ever
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I'm back in college!
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Way way way ahead of their time.
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Awesome group
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I will always love The Cure. Awesome band and should be in the rock and roll hall of fame, long overdue.
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music with a lot to be said.......l i s t e n ! !
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Jerky a l humans cry
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Some of the most depressing stuff happened out the 1990's and I believe to those who grew up with it, now it's getting worse......b u t u r totally entitally to your music.
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One of the most depressing and annoying groups of the '90's which was a depressing period in music. Thumbs down losers
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when I'm alone with you theres so much we need to say to each other I m sorry that I got hurt but we should give each other together time my darling Mike your mimi
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Sure sets the mood.
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Pictures of You by The Cure is a wonderful, wistful, bittersweet song.
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Smith just tapped post gender sensibility 2 decades before pop culture. It is a credit to him that he did not assume homosexualit y like Elton John or countless others. David Bowie even before Smith.
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The best band of the 80s
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How can I love this group so much??? A Strange Day will be part of me forever!
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