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PHOTO: Siouxsie and the Banshees and Robert Smith, The Story So Far zine, 1979

PHOTO: Siouxsie and the Banshees and Robert Smith, The Story So Far zine, 1979


Why I love The Cure - and why you should too

When I was a teenager I was semi stalked by a poster of Robert Smith from The Cure.
Lots of people I knew had the exact same poster of Robert with his white face make up, rosy lips, white shirt and flowing mounds of black Goth hair. 449 more words


On April 30, 1984.

On April 30, 1984, “Fiction Records” label released “The Top”, the fifth Cure studio album. It was recorded 1983–1984, at “Genetic”, “Garden Studios” and “Trident Studios”, and was produced by David M. 92 more words


We’re almost at the end of April and already, we’ve been subjected to some of the worst songs we’ve heard. I’ve compiled a short list of some of the main culprits. 442 more words


The Cure 'The Head On The Door' vinyl reissue up for pre order.

After recording one of their darkest albums, 1984’s The Top, the Cure regrouped and shuffled their lineup, which changed their musical direction rather radically. While the band always had a pop element in their sound and even recorded one of the lightest songs of the ’80s, “The Lovecats,” The Head on the Door is where they become a hitmaking machine. 200 more words


On April 22, 1980.

On April 22, 1980, “Fiction Records” label released “Seventeen Seconds”, the second Cure studio album. In 1979-1980, at “Morgan Studio One”, and was produced by Mike Hedges and Robert Smith. 71 more words