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To fans of The Cure, Join the Dots was a long time coming. Unless you were the
obsessed fan (like me), you probably didn't have most of the songs on this ...
He, along with Robert Smith, Porl Thompson, and Michael Dempsey, started The
Cure in 1976, and continued in various capacities, until leaving in 1989.
These poetic words of sentiment and love come from 1982's post-punk
masterpiece, Pornography, recorded by The Cure. Anyone who has been
angered to the ...
Who has the courage to not only cover the Cure's immortal New Wave prom
classic "Just Like Heaven," but also name her CD after New Order's equally
Die hard fans of The Cure: your wish has come true. In another stroke of genius,
Robert Smith has come up with yet another masterwork of epic proportions, this ...
The way the Sisters of Mercy, Siouxsie, Fields of the Nephilim, Alien Sex Fiend,
the Cure, and Joy Division were all gothic (yeah, yeah, argue away, but c'mon, ...
Not GOTH, the realm of Hot Topic and Evanescence, but Gothic -- the
aforementioned Alien Sex Fiend, the Cure, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Sisters of Mercy,
The song is reminiscent of a more lax version of The Cure's “Primary.” Elsewhere,
the band sounds a lot like Radiohead, with spaced out guitars and dreamy ...
Still, they do a cool cover of The Cure's "A Night Like This," but it's not too difficult
to fuck up The Cure, that horrid One Hundred Tears tribute notwithstanding.