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8 thoughts on “ Love Song - The Cure - Disintegration (CD, Album) ”

  1. Apr 18,  · Disintegration is a desert island album for me so with the release of the remaster with all 12 songs across 2 discs, I couldn’t wait. The original ‘89 vinyl sounds really good considering its length for 1 disc but corners were cut to make it work/5().
  2. Disintegration is the eighth studio album by English rock band the Cure, released on 2 May by Fiction Records. The record marks a return to the introspective gothic rock style the band had established in the early s. As he neared the age of 30, vocalist and guitarist Robert Smith had felt an increased pressure to follow up on the group's pop successes with a more enduring work. This, .
  3. Jul 08,  · Watch the official video for The Cure's "Lovesong" from their eighth studio album 'Disintegration' in The song was covered by and featured on .
  4. Though he was capable of writing succinct pop songs (“Lovesong”), Smith preferred to stretch out his explorations on love and obsession, particularly on the gorgeous “Pictures of You” and “The Same Deep Water as You.” His heartfelt longing overwhelms the lulling, hypnotic grooves for a career highlight.
  5. Disintegration is the eighth studio album by British alternative rock band The Cure, released on 2 May by Fiction Records. The record marks a return to.
  6. May 01,  · No need to check the almanac to see what the weather was like on May 2, , the day the Cure released its eighth studio album. Once copies of "Disintegration" started hitting CD trays .
  7. Mar 01,  · The Cure's classic album remastered with an additional extras CD of 20 period rarities and newly remixed live album 'Entreat Plus' Disc One - Disintegration () Disc Two - Rarities ( - ) Disc Three - Entreat Plus [Disc 1] The Cure - Disintegration Cd1 - The Original album Recorded at Outside Studios, Berkshire/5(16).
  8. May 02,  · Released in May , the album became one of their most successful, reaching #3 in the UK charts and builds on the formula of their previous release, 'Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me,' with long intros of magnificent, spiralling sound that pulls you into their dark, Gothic dreamscapes of obsessive love and despair but does it deserve to be recognised as their greatest album?/5(K).

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