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The Cure - An Interview With Simon Gallup Of "The Cure" - Set 1 Full Album Performer: The Cure
Title: An Interview With Simon Gallup Of "The Cure" - Set 1
Style: Interview, New Wave
Category: Rock / Audio Files
Country: UK
Label: Talkies
Catalog number: CURE 1
Size MP3: 2480 mb
Size FLAC: 1489 mb
Rating: 4.0

Tracklist

1Interview
2Interview

Notes

Full Text On This Record:

An Interview With Simon Gallup Of "The Cure"
Time: 9 mins. 20 secs. Play at 33 1/3 rpm
CAT No. CURE 1
Issued in a set of 2. This is set 1
Strictly Limited Edition
SIDE A (SIDE B has no writing on it)

Album

Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 12 Vinyl от An Interview With Simon Gallup Of The Cure - Set 1 на Cure is the twelfth studio album by British alternative rock band the Cure. The album was released on 29 June 2004 by record label Geffen, and promoted with the single The End of the World. The album was entirely produced by American producer Ross Robinson, known for his work with bands like Korn, Slipknot, and Limp Bizkit. The Cure was coproduced by Cure frontman Robert Smith and Ross Robinson, who had worked with bands such as Korn, Limp Bizkit, Slipknot, At the Drive-In, Glassjaw and the. THE CURE - Tim Pope & A Cure for In Between Days making of the video Music Box 1985. The Cure's Robert Smith is interviewed by TopPop' Cure bassist Simon Gallup replaced by his son for Fuji Rock performance: Watch. A serious personal situation prevented Gallup from playing with the band. by Nina Corcoran. The entire ordeal sounds rather scary, given the immediacy of the decision. According to a statement from the band, Simon Gallup was unable to travel with The Cure to Japan after a serious personal situation arose after performing at The Paleo Festival. In an interview with the festival immediately after wrapping up the performance, Smith said the experience was surreal because it was the first time in more than 20 years that Simon wasnt there beside him onstage. The Cure. Robert Smith. Simon Gallup. Led Zeppelin. New Wave. The Cure interview Muziek Expres July 1981. What others are saying. Myrsinka Verve the Cure. Interesting Gif Robert Smith Music Icon All You Need Is Bass Musicians The Cure Horror Alternative. All you need is the cure. mansons-horror-queen: Simon Gallup The Cure Primary 1981 . CLB-HG The Cure. Robert Smith and Simon Gallup of The Cure. Kerstin Hünies Cure. This was issued as a set of 2 records - this is part 2 Gallup - The Cure. The Cure are an English rock band formed in Crawley, West Sussex in 1976. The Cure first began releasing music in the late 1970s with their debut album Three Imaginary Boys 1979 this, along with several early singles, placed the band as part of the post-punk and New Wave movements that had sprung up in the wake of the punk rock revolution in the United Kingdom. During the early 1980s, the band's increasingly dark and tormented music as well as Smith's stage look was a staple of the emerging style of music known as gothic rock. Robert Smith of the Cure performs at the Vivid festival to celebrate the Disintegration albums 30th anniversary. Photograph: Daniel Boud. Bernard Zuel. Published on Sat 25 May 2019 BST. Was it his compelling solidity among the spinning lights and hyperactive Gallup Was it the way a sideways glance could hint at humour Or was it a voice which retains its power and could rise to pin us back. The album set ended on this less than ideal point, the room willing itself into believing this was a peak and offering another standing ovation, already anticipating an encore of some obscurities and some gems from the wider catalogue. Not so fast. The Cure have become a legendary band. You could do three nights at Madison Square Garden. I think its because we havent changed that much in a funny way. I know Radiohead talked about integrity and authenticity and stuff. Its kind of like an unspoken thing with us. We dont bang on about it. But thats why we retain so many fans, I think. Though The Cures music had been galvanized by the attitude of the punks, Smith was never truly one of them. He was always too clever, too proud, too superior to want to sound like Sid Vicious or David Vanian, let alone look like them. Conceptually, he was light years ahead. Michael Dempsey was replaced by Simon Gallup after the first album. Gallup himself left after Pornography, following in the footsteps of temporary keyboard player Matthieu Hartley. The Cure was thus reduced to Smith and the ever-loyal Lol Tolhurst. Then when Smith joined Siouxsie and the Banshees as guitarist, it looked like the end