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The Cure - Classic Music for Today

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

The Top: http://www.rhino.com/store/ProductDetail.lasso?Number=74065
First released in 1984, The Top was a dramatic musical transition for The Cure, integrating the band's trademark dark textures with increased melodic and pop tendencies. Features the hit U.K. single "The Caterpillar." Bonus disc gathers 17 tracks available for the first time, including home and studio demos, rough mixes, and live cuts.

The Head on the Door: http://www.rhino.com/store/ProductDetail.lasso?Number=74063
The Cure's sixth studio album brilliantly fused brooding experimentation with pop instincts to propel the band onto the American charts for the first time. Features the signature hits "In Between Days" and "Close To Me." Bonus disc gathers 18 previously unreleased treasures, including live recordings of "The Baby Screams," "Sinking," and others from a 1985 Paris concert.

Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me: http://www.rhino.com/store/ProductDetail.lasso?Number=74064
Their landmark 1987 double album broke both creative and commercial ground, cracking the Billboard Top 40. Features the hits "Just Like Heaven" and "Why Can't I Be You?" Bonus disc gathers 18 previously unreleased tracks, including studio demos of "Hot Hot Hot!!!" and "If Only Tonight We Could Sleep," and six live bootlegs.

Blue Sunshine: http://www.rhino.com/store/ProductDetail.lasso?Number=70803
The Cure's founder and leader, Robert Smith, and Siouxsie & The Banshees' bassist, Steve Severin, formed The Glove in 1983. Their collaboration produced one album, Blue Sunshine, a dense and diverse excursion into experimental pop mostly spotlighting Jeanette Landray on vocals. Cure fans will be delighted by this reissue's bonus disc, featuring Smith's original vocal versions.

Website: http://www.rhino.com/artists/thecure
posted by Shelia, 5:05 PM

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