The Cure - Pornography
NME.COM feature on The Cure - Pornography album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 05 October 2006
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- One Hundred Years
- A Short Term Effect
- The Hanging Garden
- Siamese Twins
- The Figurehead
- A Strange Day
- 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
Bombay Bicycle Club and Crystal Castles both play new material on the Main Stage
Cancer Bats, Bombay Bicycle Club and You Me At Six also thrill crowds as the event gets underway
Bombay Bicycle Club, You Me At Six, Crystal Castles will also take the stage at Richfield Avenue today
The Cure - Pornography: Wikipedia Album Entry
Pornography, which was released 1982, represents the conclusion of the musical phase which began with Seventeen Seconds and Faith. Often cited as the most disturbing product of The Cure, the album's opening lyrical line is "It doesn't matter if we all die". Despite the fact that very few critics in the British press gave the album a favorable review, Pornography charted well in the UK and has gained much more respect over the years, now considered one of the key Gothic rock albums of all time.
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