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13 years, 9 months ago
I used to be the biggest fan of The Cure ever. I still have all their albums - my favourite is Pornography - but ever since Blood Flowers came out I have not been interested in them at all. Anyone else listen to these crazy bastards?
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    JK_Yoda
    793 Posts
    13 years, 9 months ago
    Used to.
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      Mr_Retro92
      849 Posts
      13 years, 9 months ago
      I like the song "Close To Me"
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        NoCode0680
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        13 years, 9 months ago
        I like them. I got into them because of their song "Burn" from the soundtrack for "The Crow". I know that song sounds nothing like the rest of their work, but I liked it, and it turned me on to their other work. I also had an ex who thought "Lovesong" was "our song" however I didn't love her, so I say it wasn't.
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          System
          79987 Posts
          13 years, 9 months ago
          NoCode0680
          I like them. I got into them because of their song "Burn" from the soundtrack for "The Crow". I know that song sounds nothing like the rest of their work, but I liked it, and it turned me on to their other work. I also had an ex who thought "Lovesong" was "our song" however I didn't love her, so I say it wasn't.


          You're the same as me - Burn was my favourite song of theirs for a long time. Some stuff on Pornography and Disintergration sounds like Burn. James O'barr says he listened to those two albums over and over when making the Crow comic.

          Actually, why isn't Siouxie posting in this thread? She was best buddies with Robert Smith atone stage...
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            Ackman
            911 Posts
            13 years, 9 months ago
            I like Pictures of You and Fascination Street
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              misspiggy
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              13 years, 9 months ago
              NoCode0680
              I like them. I got into them because of their song "Burn" from the soundtrack for "The Crow". I know that song sounds nothing like the rest of their work, but I liked it, and it turned me on to their other work. I also had an ex who thought "Lovesong" was "our song" however I didn't love her, so I say it wasn't.


              :lol: your mean

              I still like a lot of the cures songs but I mostly hear them in elevators or remixes now. We're old.
                13 years, 7 months ago
                The Cure Have Amazing Music, I Have Most Of Their Albums,My Favorite One Is Disentergration. Robert Smith Is One Of My Favorite Singers.
                  System
                  79987 Posts
                  13 years, 7 months ago
                  Disintegration is said to be their masterpiece. I remember when Blood Flowers came out in about 1999 or 2000(?) It was marketed as "completeing a trilogy" of albums, the first two in the trilogy being Pornography and Disintegration.
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                    billcozby
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                    13 years, 7 months ago
                    i like pornography
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                      Ilikethepixies
                      5870 Posts
                      13 years, 7 months ago
                      I like them a lot.

                      Head on the Door and Disintegration are my favorites.

                      Pornography is great when you want to hang yourself.
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                        RetroBen81
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                        13 years, 6 months ago
                        Who remembers the song "Boys Don't Cry" from 1979 and its 1986 remix specific to the singles compilation "Standing on a Beach/Staring at the Sea"?

                        And actually, the Siouxsie you're referring to on RJ is not the real one, but merely a fan of the Banshees with the coincidental first name. The real Siouxsie was born on May 27, 1958, not February 27, 1971.
                        "I am such a purist for old information on anything '70s and '80s."
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