In one of the most blatant offenses against Internet etiquette in history, the Cure singer Robert Smith smashed his Caps Lock button into his computer while responding to a poor review of a recent live performance by the band.
New Orleans' annual Voodoo Experience festival has revealed its third headliner, and it's a biggie. It's none other than -- drumroll, please -- the Cure. Other bill-topping acts include Pearl Jam and Nine Inch Nails, giving the event a very '90s alt sheen. Nothing wrong with that, either.
The Cure have a reputation as a pretty moody band. But many of their best songs aren't all that gloomy. Peer beneath the minor-chord settings and Robert Smith's often-pained vocals, and you'll find a group that just wa
The Cure were coming off a sort of breakthrough with their 1985 album ‘The Head on the Door’ when Robert Smith got way ambitious and hit on the idea of making the band’s next record, their seventh, a double. Part of it had to do with the conflicting directions taking over his head. Ever since the Cure’s turn toward poppier melodies around 1984, Smith needed to reconcile them with some of his most outside compositions – most of them long dirges that often seemed to go nowhere.
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