Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Great Cd for depressed people
S. J. Hogue | Lubbock, tx USA | 11/20/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This was the first Cure album I bought and heard. It was amazing. I was really depressed at the time so I related all the songs to my life, and this cd really helped me. It is full of beautiful songs, my favorites being End of the World, Before Three, Alt End, (I Don't Know What's Going) on, and Taking Off. But then, I love about 90% of the songs on the cd. Since the first time I heard of them, I've listened to some of their other older music and I still find I love this cd the most. A great buy."
A concept album that could only be written by someone who ge
Chris R. Call | Oakville Ontario | 04/17/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The concept is not complex. The rise and fall of lovers. Better than anything from the 80's or 90's, and just different from Bloodflowers or 4:13, this is a must have, but I find, an album that is best listened to by the track rather than by the whole. Maybe that's the awesomeness of it, as it is a concept album. I enjoy this album for hearing the voice of my soul at any given moment. Track 7, Alt.End is the best of them all. That's up for argument though. In studio, Robert has never been so strong.
It is a tough call, but I think quietly, this is the best Cure album, though it is not the one I will listen to the most."
SRS | Ohio | 12/29/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The Cure was my favorite band in the 80s. The only thing they made since Wish that's listenable (and that album is mediocre overall) is Bloodflowers. This barely demo quality thing proves the adage "You can't judge a book by its cover" wrong, as did Wild Mood Swings.
I didn't buy that album because of its cover and its title. When I finally heard it ten years later I found out just how right I was. This one, though, got me, because I was looking for a gift for my sister, a huge Cure fan. I would have been better off buying her a pack of socks.
The Cure, though, didn't stop their quest to find the bottom of the bottomless pit with this thing, though. The album after this one is even more preposterous when called a "Cure" album. I had suggested that the band get Porl back. I had hoped that would cure them. But, the problem must really be Robert. He has utterly lost it and needs to pack it in."