Title: Disintegration (Five Imaginary Boys Live In Concert January 19, 1991)
Style: Alternative Rock
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The English rock band The Cure have released thirteen studio albums, five live albums, eleven compilation albums, ten extended plays, and 37 singles released on Fiction Records and Geffen Records. They have also released ten video albums and 43 music videos. Originally formed as Malice in January 1976, the band underwent several line-up changes and a name change to Easy Cure before settling on their current name, The Cure, in May 1978.
Complete gig recorded at the Wembley Arena, London, January 19, 1991. The Cure headlined the "Great British Music Weekend"
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Smith revealed his intention to stage similar concerts in the US later this year. We’re holding home theaters in New York and Los Angeles, he explained. In the meantime, The Cure have a busy summer chock full of festival appearances across the UK and Europe. See the band’s updated tour itinerary below.
The Cure recorded Disintegration at Hookend Recording Studios in Checkendon, Oxfordshire, with co-producer David M. Allen from late 1988 to early 1989. Following the completion of the mixing of the album, founding member Lol Tolhurst was fired from the band. Disintegration was Robert Smith's thematic return to a dark and gloomy aesthetic that The Cure had explored in the early 1980s. Smith deliberately sought to record an album that was depressing, as it was a reflection of the despondency he felt at the time. The sound of the album was a shock to the band's American label Elektra Records; the label requested Smith shift the release date back several months. The first concert in the United States was at New Jersey's Giants Stadium, where 44,000 people attended; 30,000 tickets were purchased on the first day alone.
The Cure’s album Disintegration turned 30 years old earlier this month, and to celebrate the occasion, the band is performing a five-night run of shows at Sydney’s Vivid LIVE festival. They kicked things off last night with a set at the iconic Sydney Opera House. The Cure opened the show, of course, by performing Disintegration in its entirety. They hadn’t played the album’s final two tracks, Homesick and Untitled, since 2002. And after that, the rarities really started flowing
Disintegration is British alternative rock band The Cure’s eighth studio album. It is considered the band’s magnum opus and is very highly-regarded by critics, fans and fictional characters alike. The album remains their biggest-selling release to date. Unlike most Cure albums, Disintegration is a pre-conceived group of Smith’s autobiographical songs that uniformly express one particular mood – gloom, yet stopping just short of communicating total despair like Pornography and Faith . Footage from the last two shows was combined and released as The Cure: Trilogy (Live In The Tempodrom Berlin November 2002). Disintegration Q&A. What have the artists said about this album?
Three Imaginary Boys is the debut album by British alternative rock band the Cure, released on 8 May 1979 by record label Fiction. It was later released in the United States and Australia with a different tracklist as Boys Don’t Cry. Despite Smith’s displeasure with the record, Three Imaginary Boys was well received critically at the time of its release.
|Pictures Of You|
|Just Like Heaven|
|Let's Go To Bed|
|Why Can't I Be You|
|In Between Days|
|Three Imaginary Boys|
|Boys Don't Cry|
|Hello, I Love You|
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