The Cure - Disintegration
NME.COM feature on The Cure - Disintegration album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 25 March 2009
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- Pictures Of You
- Last Dance
- Fascination Street
- Prayers for Rain
- The Same Deep Water as You
- Oct 24, 2008
If it's really the end, it's some way to go...
- Jul 15, 2004
Utterly brilliant band, perfectly reasonable box set...
- Jan 30, 2004
Frontman says album will be a mix of brand new songs and material left over since 2008
“Sorry the set is so long,” jokes Robert Smith during three-and-a-half-hour Royal Albert Hall performance
The set include a host of rarities and the live debut of '2 Late'
The Cure - Disintegration: Wikipedia Album Entry
Disintegration is a triumph of the Cure's 20+ year career. Lauded by many as the Cure's best, the album brought the Cure to #2 in the American Billboard Top 100 music charts with Lovesong. Its rich, deep, moody character defined the Cure as a goth band for ages to come, even though they can span from disco to post punk to pop to classic rock. Robert Smith's smeared lipstick and humongous hair was different than most of the stuff out there in 1989 (Girl, You Know It's True anyone?) and this album helped to shape a generation of eyeliner-wearing teens and tweens.
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