The Cure: Seventeen Seconds (1980)

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…

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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: 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: The Head On The Door (1985)

Kronomyth 9.0: CLOSE TO PERFECT. Somewhere outside of London (?), The Smiths and Siouxsie And The Banshees were being hurled one at the…

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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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