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The Cure

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I wasn't sick when I was Cured, but somehow I felt a lot healthier afterwards. The discovery of Robert Smith's universe was strangely appealing and it really illustrates how melancholy and depression can be turned into something positive. The Cure are the Kings of Indie and continue to be so even though their greatest period was from the mid-'80's and on. That's when they recorded their darkest albums and these are my favourites. Listen to "Disintegration" and find that even though it may pull you into a canyon of depression, it will also gently lift you back up as a stronger person. That is class.    Le Mec

"At the outset, they played jagged, edgy pop songs and they slowly evolved 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."    Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All-Music Guide

The Cure Discography (official albums):
Three Imaginary Boys (1979)
Boys Don't Cry (USA only) (1979)
Seventeen Seconds (1980)
Faith (1981)
Pornography (1982)
Japanese Whispers (Compilation) (1983)
The Top (1984)
Concert - The Cure Live (1984)
The Head On The Door (1985)
Standing On A Beach (Compilation) (1986)
Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me (1987)
Disintegration (1989)
Mixed Up (1990)
Entreat (Live) (1991)
Wish (1992)
Show (Live) (1993)
Paris (Live) (1993)
Wild Mood Swings (1996)
Galore (Compilation) (1997)
Bloodflowers (2000)
Greatest Hits (2001)
Join The Dots (boxset) (2004)
Cure (2004)

Links to Artist:
The Cure official website
All-Music Guide (loads of information)

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