The Cure Discography

Happiness is a sickness. This is The Cure. The band started out as punks with the promising Three Imaginary Boys, but really found…

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The Cure: Faith (1981)

“Faith was the sound of extreme desolation because that’s how we felt at the time.” – Robert Smith, in a 2011 interview. Faith…

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The Cure: Pornography (1982)

Kronomyth 5.0: SEX AND DEATH. The Cure continues to perfect their PoePopGothRock on Pornography, provided your definition of perfection includes gloomy, glommy ruminations…

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The Cure: The Top (1984)

Some people will tell you this is The Cure’s worst album. Apparently, the same people who think Siouxsie and the Banshees suck.

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The Cure: Mixed Up (1990)

Kronomyth 13.0: A MIXED SUCCESS. A kindness to kure kollectors, who number not a few, Mixed Up kompiles a handful of hard-to-find 12-inch…

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The Cure: “High” (1992)

Kronomyth 14.01: THE MYTHING LINK. Kronomyth, or The Adventures of Mebyl Spaetzmann, chapter the first. This is the advance satellite from KM.14, indicating…

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