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Praised by Robert Smith as having “a real fantastic freshness about it”, ‘The Head On The Door’ was the album that turned The Cure into global stars.
It’s better to burn out than to fade away… but sometimes a band does neither. After decades on the road, the oldest bands in music history still bring the noise.
From songs by The Beatles to Rick Wakeman, Metallica to The Rolling Stones, uDiscover Music uncovers the best songs inspired by books.
Filmed in 2018, the performance showcases the band delivering a four-decade deep set to a select crowd of 3,000 fans at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
An ambitious 20-track double-album, The Cure’s atypically accessible ‘Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me’ has gone on to fascinate whole new generations of fans.
From murky origins, goth music made its first stirrings in the late 70s and early 80s, coming into the light with the likes of Siouxsie Sioux and The Cure.
Two test pressings by The Cure alone raised £2,700 for the White Label Auction.
In the spring of 1979, The Cure made their first album with 'Three Imaginary Boys,' a sharp, angular, and original addition to the new wave landscape.
A proto-goth masterpiece, The Cure’s ‘Pornography’ is one of the darkest and most extreme records known to rock, and is one of the band’s essential albums.
The set list will also include first-time performances of her versions of Paul McCartney’s 'Lavatory Lil' and The Cure’s 'Lovesong.'
Turning The Cure into one of the biggest bands on the planet, ‘Disintegration’ remains a mind-blowing and stunningly complete album.
The best Cure songs reveal the remarkable breadth and depth of a group that can switch with ease from challenging, introspective music to life-affirming pop tunes.
The Cure’s unique career saw them occupy a space that was both musically and visually mysterious, and Cure videos combined both to unforgettable effect.