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…
A compilation of The Cure’s early singles and cuts from their first album released for the always-late-to-the-party Americans.
The Bunnymen had their drum machine and The Cure have their flanger pedal on this opening salvo from Faith.
The second in the band’s dark trilogy, including songs inspired by the death of Ian Curtis.
[Kronomyth 3.5] A Double Dose of The Cure.
[Kronomyth 4.0] 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.