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MEMBERS: Robert Smith ~ Simon Gallup ~ Jason Cooper ~ Perry Bamonte (left in 2005) ~ Roger O'Donnell (left in 2005) ~ Michael Dempsey (left in 1979) ~ Laurence Tolhurst (fired in 1990)
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BIRTHDAYS: Robert Smith (April 21, 1959) ~ Simon Gallup (June 1, 1960) ~ Perry Bamonte (September 6, 1960) ~ Roger O'Donnell (October 29, 1955) ~ Jason Cooper (January 31, 1967) ~ Michael Dempsey (November 29, 1958) ~ Laurence Tolhurst (February 3, 1959)
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BIGGEST SINGLE: "Love Song" (1989)
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BIGGEST LP: Staring At The Sea - The Singles (1986)
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GRAMMY AWARDS: 0
button.gif (123 bytes) "I could write songs as bad as Wham's if I really felt the urge to, but what's the point?" - Robert Smith, The Cure

 
TIMELINE

The Curebutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure emerged in the late 1970s with frontman Robert Smith (vocals, guitar), Michael Dempsey (bass), and Laurence "Lol" Tolhurst (drums) - originally calling themselves 'Easy Cure.' Only Smith has made it as a Cure member into the 1990s. Yet, through all the band configurations, the music has remained impressive and the Cure have made alternative history. Since the conception of the Cure, many bands have come and gone claiming to be the best representative of modern rock music. Only the Cure have maintained a consistent edge, never forgetting their alternative roots or their title, "godfathers of goth." But Smith says the band isn't goth: "The goth scene has never been a part of the Cure. There are no photos of the Cure as a goth group, with crucifixes and face paint. It's a media myth, and if you ask anybody in the goth scene, they'll tell you we're not a goth band. It's pure laziness on the media's part to lump us in with other bands that have that look" (1997). Today, the Cure consists of Robert Smith on vocals, guitars and keyboards, Simon Gallup on bass, Perry Bamonte on guitars and keyboards, Jason Cooper on drums, and Roger O'Donnell on keyboards.

The 1970's...

button.gif (123 bytes) Robert Smith began his musical journey in the early 70s when he received a guitar for Christmas and began playing cover tunes with his friends, Lawrence Tolhurst and Michael Dempsey. The trio originally called themselves the Obelisks and then Malice after a few years.

1977...

button.gif (123 bytes) The name Easy Cure was used and Smith shortened the name to the Cure because the original name sounded too "hippyish and American west coast."

1978...

button.gif (123 bytes) The band fit "the look" for the post-punk alternative scene, and the band became known for their lyrics of despair and bantering riffs. The Cure signed with Fiction Records after recording a demo for "Killing An Arab."

1979...

June
The Cure - Three Imaginary Boysbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure recorded their first LP in two days and had their first success in England with the release of their debut LP, Three Imaginary Boys (similar to Boys Don't Cry).
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure toured with
Siouxsie & The Banshees. Smith filled in as guitarist for numerous shows when a few band members left the Banshees.
button.gif (123 bytes) As bands came and went away during the 1980s, The Cure continued their success, seldom venturing far from what their fans demanded in their music. Michael Dempsey left the band because of musical differences, was replaced with Simon Gallup.

1980...

January
Robert Smith of The Curebutton.gif (123 bytes) Boys Don't Cry was released - a re-sequenced US version of Three Imaginary Boys.

button.gif (123 bytes) Matthieu Hartley (keyboards) joined the group and the band released, Seventeen Seconds. Hartley later left the group after touring.

1981...

September
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Faith was released and the singles "Primary" and "Charlotte Sometimes" hit the radio airwaves.

1982...

The Cure - Pornographybutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure's fourth LP, Pornography was released and Simon Gallup quit the band. "Let's Go To Bed" and "The Walk" were both hits in native England.

1983...

button.gif (123 bytes) Smith returned to playing with Siouxsie & The Banshees for a bit, but soon re-focused on the efforts of the Cure again.
button.gif (123 bytes) A side project called "The Glove" was developed involving Smith, a member of the Banshees, and a female vocalist, and an LP called "Blue Sunshine" was released.

September
The Cure - Japanese Whispersbutton.gif (123 bytes) Japanese Whispers was released and by 1983 the Cure consisted of Smith, Tolhurst, Andy Anderson (drummer) and Phil Thornalley (bassist).

1984...

June
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The Top was released.

button.gif (123 bytes) A live LP, Concert: Live 1984 was released.

1985...

The Cure - The Head On The Doorbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure's configuration continued to change and by '85, Anderson was fired due to alcohol problems and temperament, and Thornalley left the band. Gallup returned to the band, and Boris Williams (drummer) and Porl Thompson (guitarist) were added.
button.gif (123 bytes) The band released
The Head On The Door. The LP began to reveal more success in the U.S. than previous LPs, and singles such as "Close To Me" and "In Between Days" began to find success on college radio stations.

1986...

The Cure - Staring At The Sea - The Singlesbutton.gif (123 bytes) A compilation of the Cure's work was released - Staring At The Sea - The Singles.

button.gif (123 bytes) Staring At The Sea - The Singles went gold and eventually 2x platinum, and established the band as a major alternative act in the U.S.

1987...# 138 Singles Artist of the Year

June
The Cure - Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Mebutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released their double LP, Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me and the band began to have airplay on alternative, rock, and even pop stations, as well as MTV coverage. The LP contained the hits "Why Can't I Have You" and "Hot Hot Hot" as well as their first Top 40 hit "Just Like Heaven."

1988... # 129 Singles Artist of the Year

1989...# 33 Singles Artist of the Year

May
The Cure - Disintegrationbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released their eighth LP, Disintegration and had their first Top 10 pop hit: "Love Song." Additional hits included "Lullaby," "Pictures Of You," and "Fascination Street." Smith said of Disintegration: "Disintegration will probably always be my favorite Cure album, because of the way it's made and especially what it means to me. I think there's only a couple of times ever in an artist's career where you reach a point where you think, 'That's perfect. I couldn't do that any better.' Disintegration is one of those albums."
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure embarked on a world tour to support the LP and later released live performances of the tour with Entreat in England.
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure hit the Top 40 with "
Fascination Street."

August
The Cure - "Just Like Heaven" (Single)button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure hit the Top 40 with "Love Song."

September
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure was nominated for a
MTV Video Music Award for Best Post Modern Video ("Fascination Street").
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure hit the
Top 10 with "Love Song."

1990...# 153 Singles Artist of the Year

button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure had become America's biggest alternative band as shown by their record sales and concert appearances.

The Cure - Mixed Upbutton.gif (123 bytes) Tolhurst was fired from the band and replaced with former Psychedelic Furs keyboardist Roger O'Donnell. Tolhurst was removed from the band because of alcohol problems and lack of contribution (a suit by Tolhurst against the Cure was later lost in court).

October
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released an LP of remixes,
Mixed Up.

1992... # 45 Singles Artist of the Year

button.gif (123 bytes) O'Donnell left the group and was replaced by Perry Bamonte.

April
The Cure - Wishbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released The Top 5 LP, Wish and had their second Top 10 pop hit, "Friday I'm In Love." The LP was hailed as possibly the best Cure LP yet and included the hits "High" and "A Letter To Elise."
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure hit the Top 40 with "
High."
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure topped the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart for 4 weeks with "
High."

June
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure hit the Top 40 with "
Friday I'm In Love."
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure topped the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart for 4 weeks with "
Friday I'm In Love."

1993...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure were nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Performance (Wish).

September
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released the live LP
Show and the EP Side Show - recorded live in Detroit, Michigan. Royalties from the LP went to the International Red Cross Fund.

October
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released the live LP
Paris - recorded live in Paris, France in 1992. Royalties from the LPs went to the International Red Cross Fund.

November
Stone Free: A Tribute To Jimi Hendrixbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure covered Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" for a compilation tribute LP, Stone Free: A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix.
button.gif (123 bytes) The same year Thompson left the band and O'Donnell returned. The following year, Williams quit and Jason Cooper was added.

1994...

March
The Crow soundtrackbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure could be heard on The Crow soundtrack with the track "Burn."

September
button.gif (123 bytes) Former Cure member, Lol Tolhurst lost his court battle against the band for back royalty payments.

1995...

June
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure could be heard on the soundtrack for
Judge Dredd with "Dredd Song."

1996... # 125 Singles Artist of the Year

May
The Cure - Wild Mood Swingsbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released Wild Mood Swings. The LP was touted as returning the band back to its alternative roots, but unfortunately commercial success was not as forthcoming.
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure hit the Top 40 with "
The 13th."

1997... # 199 Singles Artist of the Year

October
The Cure - Galorebutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure's greatest hits, Galore, was released and included the new song, "Wrong Number."
button.gif (123 bytes) Robert Smith has often stated his wishes to "end" the Cure by the time he is 40 years old - which is by the year 2000. He recently stated " I decided in 1983 that walking into the millennium I should be doing something new. I don't want to drag it out any longer than that. For me, The Cure means something special, it means ... well, it means something anyway. I'd like to leave it at that."

button.gif (123 bytes) Two members of the Cure (Robert Smith, Jason Cooper) along with Reeves Gabrels (from Tin Machine) joined forces as COGASM for a song "A Sign From God" that appeared on the soundtrack Orgazmo.

1998...

August
X-Files: The Album soundtrackbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure could be heard on the Depeche Mode tribute LP, For The Masses, with their version of "World In My Eyes" and on the soundtrack for X-Files: The Album with "More Than This."

1999...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) A Cure fan was awarded $75,000 for an autograph-seeking 1996 incident that resulted in his injuries and a subsequent lawsuit. The band failed to respond to the lawsuit resulting in a default judgement for the fan.

button.gif (123 bytes) MTV: 100 Greatest Videos Ever Made includes "Close To Me" at # 80.

2000...

February
The Cure - Bloodflowersbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure was in stores with new material with the LP, Bloodflowers and also recorded a segment of Hard Rock Live for VH1. The band did some touring in Europe and the U.S.

button.gif (123 bytes) Robert Smith was still questioning whether or not their latest LP Bloodflowers will be the band's last LP. ("Maybe Someday" is) the only song on the album that's really about the end of the band... people are interpreting a lot of the songs on the record as being about that, but they're not."

April
American Psycho soundtrackbutton.gif (123 bytes) A remix of the track "Watching Me Fall" appeared on the soundtrack to American Psycho.

May
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure began touring starting in Georgia with the "Dream Tour 2000." Rumors that The Cure will break up after their 'Dream Tour 2000' began to circulate again, this time fueled by reports that frontman Robert Smith is working on a solo LP ("It's not the kind of album that'll be played a lot on radio"). Smith also said after the solo LP is released he'll take some time off instead of touring. Smith also talked about the track "Maybe Someday" as being an indication of the band's breakup: "That's the 1 song on the album abut ending the Cure. As soon as the others heard that one, their faces dropped. This is our swan song."

June
The Curebutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure cancelled their performance at Denmark's Roskilde Festival out of respect for the 9 who died earlier in the festival.

2001...

February
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure were nominated for a
Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Performance (Bloodflowers).

October
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Galore was certified gold.

November
The Cure - Greatest Hitsbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released another hits compilation - Greatest Hits (with 2 new tracks).

2003...

December
button.gif (123 bytes) Rolling Stone: The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time: # 326: Disintegration, # 442: Boys Don't Cry.

2004...

January
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released the box set
Join The Dots: B-Sides And Rarities, 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years) - a 4-CD set with b-sides, rarities, and soundtrack music.

June
The Cure LPbutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released a new LP The Cure with the first single "The End Of The World."

June
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Disintegration was certified 2x platinum.

August
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure could be heard on the soundtrack for
Resident Evil: Apocalypse with "Us Or Them."

button.gif (123 bytes) # 251 on the Top Pop Artists of the Past 25 Years chart.

2005...

May
button.gif (123 bytes) Roger O'Donnell and Pery Bamonte left the Cure.

June
Live 8 button.gif (123 bytes) On July 2nd, The Cure performed in Paris, as part of the worldwide Live 8 concerts. The mission of the concerts was to raise awareness of the on-going poverty in Africa and to pressure the G8 leaders to take action by doubling aid, canceling debt, and delivering trade justice for Africa.

2006...

October
The Cure - Hypnogogic States (EP)button.gif (123 bytes) VH1: 100 Greatest Songs of the 80's included "Just Like Heaven" at # 22.

2008...

June
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Entertainment Weekly: 100 Best Albums of the Last 25 Years included Disintegration at # 14.

September
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released the EP
Hypnagogic States.

October
The Cure - 4:13 Dreambutton.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released 4:13 Dream.

2010...

March
button.gif (123 bytes) Smith could be heard on the compilation LP
Almost Alice on the track "Very Good Advice."

June
The Cure - 'Bestival Live 2011'button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released the 3CD Disintegration (Deluxe Edition).

2011...

December
button.gif (123 bytes) The Cure released
Bestival Live 2011.





LPs
The Cure - Three Imaginary Boys Three Imaginary Boys
Released: June, 1979
Tracks: "10:15 Satuday Night" - "Accuracy" - "Grinding Halt" - "Another Day" - "Object" - "Subway Song" - "Foxy Lady" - "Meathook Meathook" - "So What" - "Fire In Cairo" - "It's Not You" - "Three Imaginary Boys" - "[Untitled]"
The Cure - Seventeen Seconds Seventeen Seconds
Released: May, 1980
Rolling Stone review: 3 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Reflection" - "Play For Today" - "Secrets" - "In Your House" - "Three" - "Final Sound" - "A Forest" - "M" - "At Night" - "Seventeen Seconds"
The Cure - Boys Don't Cry Boys Don't Cry
Rolling Stone: The 500 Greatest Albums of All-TimeReleased: January, 1980
Tracks: "Boys Don't Cry" - "Plastic Passioin" - "10:15 Saturday Night" - "Accuracy" - "So What" - "Jumping Someone Else's Train" - "Subway Song" - "Killing An Arab" - "Fire In Cairo" - "Another Day" - "Grinding Halt" - "Three Imaginary Boys"
The Cure - Faith Faith
Released: September, 1981
Rolling Stone review: 3 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Holy Hour" - "Primary" - "Other Voices" - "All Cats Are Grey" - "Funeral Party" - "Doubt" - "Drowning Man" - "Faith"
The Cure - Pornography Pornography
Released: 1982
Rolling Stone review: 2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "One Hundred Years" - "Short Term Effect" - "Hanging Garden" - "Siamese Twins" - "Figurehead" - "Strange Day" - "Cold" - "Pornography"
The Cure - Japanese Whispers Japanese Whispers
Released: September, 1983
Billboard peak: # 181
Rolling Stone review: 4 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Let's Go To Bed" - "The Dream" - "Just One Kiss" - "The Upstairs Room" - "The Walk" - "Speak My Language" - "Lament" - "The Lovecats"
The Cure - The Top The Top
Released: July, 1984
Billboard peak: # 180
Rolling Stone review: 2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Shake Dog Shake" - "Bird Mad Girl" - "Wailing Wall" - "Give Me It" - "Dressing Up" - "The Catepillar" - "Piggy In The Mirror" - "The Empty World" - "Bananafishbones" - "The Top"
The Cure - Concert: Live 1984 Concert: Live 1984
Released: 1984
Live Tracks: "Shake Dog Shake" - "Primary" - "Charlotte Sometimes" - "Hanging Garden" - "Give Me It" - "The Walk" - "One Hundred Years" - "A Forest" - "10:15 Saturday Night" - "Killing An Arab"
The Cure - The Head On The Door The Head On The Door
Released: 1985
US: Gold
Billboard peak: # 59
Rolling Stone review: 3 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "In Between Days" - "Kyoto Song" - "Blood" - "Six Different Ways" - "Push" - "Baby Screams" - "Close To Me" - "Night Like This" - "Screw" - "Sinking"
The Cure - Staring At The Sea - The Singles Staring At The Sea - The Singles
Released: 1986
US: 2x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 48
Tracks: "Killing An Arab" - "10:15 Saturday Night" - "Boys Don't Cry" - "Jumping Someone Else's Train" - "A Forest" - "Play For Today" - "Primary" - "Other Voices" - "Charlotte Sometimes" - "Hanging Garden" - "Let's Go To Bed" - "Walk" - "Lovecats" - "Caterpillar" - "In Between Days" - "Close To Me" - "Night Like This"
The Cure - Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
Released: July, 1987
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 35
Tracks: "Kiss" - "Catch" - "Torture" - "If Only Tonight We Could Sleep" - "Why Can't I Be You?" - "How Beautiful You Are" - "Snake Pit" - "Just Like Heaven" - "All I Want" - "Hot Hot Hot!!!" - "One More Time" - "Like Cockatoos" - "Icing Sugar" - "The Perfect Girl" - "A Thousand Hours" - "Shiver And Shake" - "Fight"
The Cure - Disintegration
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Disintegration
Rolling Stone: The 500 Greatest Albums of All-TimeReleased: May 1, 1989
US: 2x Platinum
Billboard peak: # 12
Rolling Stone review: 4 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Plainsong" - "Pictures Of You" - "Closedown" - "Love Song" - "Last Dance" - "Lullaby" - "Fascination Street" - "Prayers For Rain"- "Same Deep Waters As You" - "Disintegration" - "Homesick" - "Untitled"
The Cure - Mixed Up Mixed Up
Released: October, 1990
Tracks: "US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 14
Rolling Stone review: 2 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Lullaby" (Extended Mix) - "Close To Me" (Closer Mix) - "Fascination Street" (Extended Mix) - "Walk" (Everything Mix) - "Love Song" (Extended Mix) - "A Forest" (Tree Mix) - "Pictures Of You" (Extended Dub Mix) - "Hot Hot Hot!!!" (Extended Mix) - "Caterpillar" (Flicker Mix) - "In Between Days" (Shiver Mix) - "Never Enough" (Big Mix)
The Cure - Wish Wish
Released: April, 1992
US: Platinum
Billboard peak: # 2
Rolling Stone review: 4 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Open" - "High" - "Apart" - "From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea" - "Wendy Time" - "Doing The Unstuck" - "Friday I'm In Love" - "Trust" - "Letter To Elise" - "Cut" - "To Wish Impossible Things" - "End"
The Cure - Show (live) Show
Released: September, 1993
Billboard peak: # 42
Live Tracks: "Open" - "High" - "Pictures Of You" - "Lullaby" - "Just Like Heaven" - "A Night Like This" - "Trust" - "Doing The Unstruck" - "Friday I'm In Love" - "In Between Days" - "From The Edge Of The Deep Green Sea" - "Never Enough" - "Cut" - "End"
The Cure - Side Show (live) EP Side Show (EP)
Released: September, 1993
Live Tracks: "Just Like Heaven" - "Fascination Street" - "Walk" - "Let's Go To Bed"
The Cure - Paris Paris
Released: October, 1993
Billboard peak: # 118
Live Tracks: "Figurehead - "One Hundred Years" - "At Night" - "Play For Today" - "Apart" - "In Your House" - "Love Song" - "Catch" - "Letter To Elise" - "Dressing Up" - "Charlotte Sometimes" - "Close To Me"
The Cure - Wild Mood Swings Wild Mood Swings
Released: May, 1996
US: Gold
Billboard peak: # 12
Rolling Stone review: 2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Want" - "Club America" - "This Is A Lie" - "The 13th" - "Strange Attraction" - "Mint Car" - "Jupiter Crash" - "Round & Round & Round" - "Gone!" - "Numb" - "Return" - "Trap" - "Treasure" - "Bare"
The Cure - Galore Galore
Released: October, 1997
US: Gold
Billboard peak: # 32
Tracks: "Why Can't I Be You?" - "Catch" - "Just Like Heaven" - "Hot Hot Hot!!!" - "Lullaby" - "Fascination Street" - "Love Song" - "Pictures Of You" - "Never Enough" - "Close To Me" (Closet Remix) - "High" - "Friday I'm In Love" - "Letter To Elise" - "The 13th" (Swing Radio Mix) - "Mint Car" (Radio Mix) - "Strange Attraction" (Album Mix) - "Gone!" (Radio Mix) - "Wrong Number"
The Cure - Bloodflowers Bloodflowers
Released: February, 2000
Billboard peak: # 16
Rolling Stone review: 2 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone
Tracks: "Out Of This World" - "Watching Me Fall" - "Where The Birds Always Sing" - "Maybe Someday" - "The Last Day Of Summer" - "There Is No If..." - "The Loudest Sound" - "39" - "Bloodflowers"
The Cure - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Released: November, 2001
Billboard peak: # 58
Tracks: "Boy's Don't Cry" - "A Forest" - "Let's Go To Bed" - "The Walk" - "The Lovecats" - "In Between Days" - Close To Me" - "Why Can't I Be You?" - "Just Like Heaven" - "Lullaby" - "Love Song" - "Never Enough" - "High" - "Friday I'm In Love" - "Mint Car" - "Wrong Number" - "Cut Here" - "Just Say Yes"
The Cure - Join The Dots: B-Sides And Rarities, 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years) Join The Dots: B-Sides And Rarities, 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years)
Released: January, 2004
Billboard peak: # 106
Tracks: "10:15 Saturday Night" - "Plastic Passion" - "Pillbox Tales" - "Do The Hansa" - "I'm Cold" - "Another Journey By Train" - "Descent" - "Splintered In Her Head" - "Lament" (Flexipop Version) - "Just One Kiss" - "The Dream" - "The Upstairs Room" - "Lament" - "Speak My Language" - "Mr. Pink Eyes" - "Happy The Man" - "Throw Your Foot" - "New Day" - "The Exploding Boy" - "A Few Hours After This..." - "A Man Inside My Mouth" - "Stop Dead" - "A Japanese Dream" - "Breathe" - "A Chain Of Flowers" - "Snow In Summer" - "Sugar Girl" - "Icing Sugar" (Weird Remix) - "Hey You!!!" (Kevorkian 12" Remix) - "How Beautiful You Are" (Clearmountain 7" Remix) - "To The Sky" - "Babble" - "Out Of Mind" - "2 Late" - "Fear Of Ghosts" - "Hello I Love You" (Psychedelic Version) - "Hello I Love You" - "Hello I Love You" (10sec Version) - "Harold And Joe" - "Just Like Heaven" ('Chuck' Remix) - "This Twilight Garden" - "Play" - "Halo" - "Scared As You" - "The Big Hand" - "A Foolish Arrangement" - "Doing The Unstuck" (Saunders 12" Remix) - "Purple Haze" (Virgin Radio Version) - "Purple Haze" - "Burn" - "Young Americans" - "Dredd Song" - "It Used To Be Me" - "Ocean" - "Adonais" - "Home" - "Waiting" - "A Pink Dream" - "This Is A Lie" (Palmer Remix) - "Wrong Number" (Smith Remix) - "More Than This" - "World In My Eyes" - "Possession" - "Out Of This World" (Oakenfold Remix) - "Maybe Someday" (Hedges Remix) - "Coming Up" - "Signal To Noise" (Acoustic Version) - "Signal To Noise" - "Just Say Yes" (Curve Remix) - "A Forest" (Plati/Slick Version)
The Cure LP The Cure
Released: June, 2004
Billboard peak: # 7
Tracks: "Lost" - "Laryrinth" - "Before Three" - "End Of The World" - "Anniversary" - "Us Or Them" - "Alt. End" - "(I Don't Know What's Going) On..." - "Taking Off" - "Never" - "Promise"
The Cure - Hypnogogic States (EP)
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Hypnagogic States (EP)
Released: September, 2008
Tracks: "The Only One" - "Freakshow" - "Sleep When I'm Dead" - "The Perfect Boy" - "Exploding Head Syndrome"
The Cure - 4:13 Dream
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4:13 Dream
Released: October, 2008
Billboard peak: # 16
Rolling Stone: 3 and 1/2 stars from Rolling Stone - Entertainment Weekly: B
Tracks: "Underneath The Stars" - "The Only One" - "The Reasons Why" - "Freakshow" - "Sirensong" - "The Real Snow White" - "The Hungry Ghost" - "Switch" - "The Perfect Boy" - "This. Here And Now. With You" - "Sleep When I'm Dead" - "The Scream" - "It's Over"
The Cure - 'Bestival Live 2011'
Available for download at iTunes
mp3 Available at Amazon.com
Bestival Live 2011
Released: December, 2011
Live Tracks: "Plainsong" - "Open" - "Fascination Street" - "A Night Like This" - "Lovesong" - "Just Like Heaven" - "The Only One" - "The Walk" - "Push" - "Friday I'm In Love" - "Inbetween Days" - "Play For Today" - "A Forest" - "Primary" - "Shake Dog Shake" - "The Hungry Ghost" - "One Hundred Years" - "End" - "Disintegration" - "Lullaby" - "The Lovecats" - "The Catepillar" - "Close To Me" - "Hot Hot Hot!!!" - "Let's Go To Bed" - "Why Can't I Be You" - "Boys Don't Cry" - "Jumping Someone Else's Train" - "Grinding Halt" - "10"15 Saturday Night" - "Killing An Arab"
LINKS
POP SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY [based on The ARC Weekly Top 40 (listing explanation)
1 Love Song
Disintegration
2 12 1989 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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LYRICS ]
2 Friday I'm In Love
Wish
8 13 1992 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
[
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3 The Cure - "Just Like Heaven" (Single)Just Like Heaven
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
27 6 1988 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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4 High
Wish
24 5 1992 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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5 Fascination Street
Disintegration
28 5 1989 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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6 The 13th
Wild Mood Swings
35 2 1996 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  In Between Days (Without You)
The Head On The Door
** ** 1986 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Why Can't I Be You
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
** ** 1987 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Hot Hot Hot !!!
Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
** ** 1988 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Lullaby
Disintegration
** ** 1989 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Pictures Of You
Disintegration
** ** 1990 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Never Enough
Mixed Up
** ** 1990 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Close To Me
Mixed Up
** ** 1991 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  A Letter To Elise
Wish
** ** 1992 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Purple Haze
Stone Free: A Tribute To Jimi Hendrix compilation
** ** 1993 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Mint Car
Wild Mood Swings
** ** 1996 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  Wrong Number
Galore
** ** 1997 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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  The End Of The World
The Cure
** ** 2004 [ LISTEN / BUY ]
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