A testament to the Cures explosive creativity, Join the Dots
is also an ode to the bands remarkable consistency. Spanning the groups entire career, itll keep fans happily burrowing away for hours; days, even. Disc 1 concentrates on Robert Smiths early growth spurts, when his jerky goth-pop blossomed with depth and savvy. Disc 2 recycles some of Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
s motifs (theres a touch of "A Thousand Hours" in "Breath," for instance), and pays tribute to their early-90s Mixed Up
Madchester phase with "Harold and Joe." Elsewhere, there are covers of "Young Americans," Depeche Modes "World in My Eyes," "Purple Haze," and three versions of the Doors "Hello I Love You," as well as more recent material like an acoustic version of "Maybe Someday" from 2000s Bloodflowers
. The handsome packaging features a complete career retrospective partially narrated by Smith himself. As a capstone to a brilliant career, Dots
is a sublime walk down memory lane for tortured hearts and melancholy moods. --Matthew Cooke
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