The Cure

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  1. general disarray

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    The Cure to live stream their Disintegration anniversary concert
     
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    We all knew it anyway the guardian know sweet eff a about music their hideous review of California Son and saying Disintegration being a patchy album giving the live show a crap review, the journalist is thick as shit even gave Unkle one star, I was there and everyone was raving about it so bitter bitter little cunts
     
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    Mr. Jackpots Let's Rock

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    Watching it now and it's fucking GREAT
     
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    Simon Gallup is so effing cool.
     
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    Mr. Jackpots Let's Rock

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    The intro to Plainsong still results in goosebumps, after all these years.
    This album is a masterpiece in the true sense of the word.
    So many memories too...
     
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    Mr. Jackpots Let's Rock

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  9. ACTON

    ACTON Don't Leave Us In The Dark

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    Saw The Cure on Sat night in Dublin. Amazing. 29 songs. Looking forward to New Order in July, Gary Numan in Sept, Lloyd Cole after that. Sweet.
    I hadn't seen The Cure since 2000 in Sydney.
     
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    Awesome, are they still touring the Distengration 30 year anniversary or more of the greatest hits?
     
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    ACTON Don't Leave Us In The Dark

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    Greatest hits but mainly songs for the hardcore fans (that's me I hope).
    Shake Dog Shake, Burn, From the edge of the deep green sea, a night like this, pictures of you, high, just one kiss, etc. And the king of them all: 100 Years.

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  12. Anonymous

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    So boring live they should hire some robots to dance or something. Great band and great songs but they have never been a live band and are and always will be a studio band and there is nothing wrong with that.

    I don't think I've ever heard such disappointed fans as theirs after a live gig.
     
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    Lloyd Cole is awful.

    Sorry!
     
  14. Anonymous

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    How did he get to that place when he doesn't fly all the way from Sydney?
     
  15. Anonymous

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    Oh about a month apart, get it now.
     
  16. Anonymous

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    I played in a Cure tribute band called Manure.
     
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    ACTON Don't Leave Us In The Dark

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    The Cure? The only people disappointed after a Cure concert are those empty headed twats who know one song and that song is Lovecats.
    The Cure play for 2.5, 3, sometimes 4 hours and Robert's voice is always perfect and Simon Gallup on bass is unsurpassed. But some ringpiece in the audience needs to see them dance too.
     
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    ACTON Don't Leave Us In The Dark

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    I'd say you were king of that stinking heap. Well done.
     
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    100%. I listened to the Disintegration cassette a zillion times in the hot summer of '89 and then saw them on The Prayer Tour. That was a magical time when they were at their creative peak and everything they did was perfect. Wish was great too but Disintegration is a hard album to beat.
     
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