Happiness is a sickness. This is The Cure.
It wasn’t Damned, Damned, Damned, but The Cure’s first is still a pretty damned good punk rock record.
The first single from the second album takes a turn for the gothic.
Kronomyth 2.0: A HEAVENLY SEVENTEEN. The opening argument for The Cure’s new, dark manifesto is two minutes of instrumental music that creeps like…
[Kronomyth 2.5] The Crush.
The second in the band’s dark trilogy, including a couple songs inspired by the death of Ian Curtis.
[Kronomyth 3.5] A Double Dose of The Cure.
[Kronomyth 5.0] Sex and Death.
[Kronomyth 6.0] The Happily Ever After After …Happily Ever After.
Some people will tell you this is The Cure’s worst album. Apparently, the same people who think Siouxsie and the Banshees suck.
A remarkably clean-sounding, career-spanning live album recorded during The Top tour.
Kronomyth 9.0: CLOSE TO PERFECT. Somewhere outside of London (?), The Smiths and Siouxsie And The Banshees were being hurled one at the…
Kronomyth 10.0: LIFE’S A BEACH, AND THEN YOU DIE. Standing On A Beach collects the first 13 singles from The Cure in chronological…
[Kronomyth 12.02] Four Minutes in a Fascist Tree Nation.
This is an interesting idea: 38 songs from Elektra’s back catalog performed in the idiom of 38 artists from their current roster, some…