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Were you a fan of the Cure?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by anon3372, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. I love the Cure. I loved Lullaby and A Forest- fantastically atmospheric driving music Disintegration is their best album.
  2. LOVE this band.
  3. oooooooooh, those around in the 80s are creeping out [​IMG]
    I loved them then, love them now.
    Pure cult.

  4. emilystrange

    emilystrange Star commenter

    love them too! they're still about - played in sydney a few weeks back.
  5. I loved Siuoxsie and the Banshees too, with whom Robert Smith played on and off
  6. emilystrange

    emilystrange Star commenter

    mmm yes, bob, i saw them in 198..umm... 5? when he was playing with them. :D
  7. Mrsmumbles likes this.
  8. oooooooh,yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesereeeeeeeeeeeee.
    We have the same tastes...
  9. Who else do you like from then? Or any period?
  10. I am an 80s lass.
    The Jam.
    The Specials.
    Flock of Seagulls
    The Clash
    Echo and the Bunnymen
    New Order
    Tears for Fears
    Human League
    Cutting Crew
    Depeche Mode
    amongst many others (god my playlist is huge!)
    MAGAorMIGA likes this.
  11. Madness
  12. The Cult!
  13. kibosh

    kibosh Star commenter

    I love The Cure too, but it never worked for me [​IMG]
    I thought all their albums were amazing and Kiss me Kiss Me Kiss Me holds fondant memories especially, but for me their all time best is 17 Seconds. Loved Souixie too, not so much now. What about Julian Cope, Cocteau Twins, Southern Death Cult, Pixies?
  14. I used to be a fan of The Cure in the 80s. My favourite album by them was The Head on the Door from about 1985 or 86, and especially the song 'Inbetween Days' I also liked their earlier albums, and especially the song 'Boys don't cry'. The last album I heard by them was the one they did around 1988 which was a pretty melancholic one. I used to listen to indie music in the 80s, and the bands mostly had really silly names, like The Mighty Lemon Drops. My all time favourite was The Jesus and Mary Chain, whose songs were either all guitar feedback, or really sweet jangly guitars - their first album was incredible - Psychocandy. I used to like early New Order and early Echo and the Bunnymen too in the 80s.
    MAGAorMIGA likes this.
  15. emilystrange

    emilystrange Star commenter

    oh yes. all very lovely stuff. the stuff playlists should be made of.
  16. Used to love The Pixies in the early 90s.
  17. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh, yes!
    Teardrop Explodes
    The Thompson Twins.


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