The Cure Enhanced
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Its the grooviest thing, its a perfect dream.....the new album is their most adventurous and passionate since Disintegration. -- Rolling Stone, July 2004
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As for Robert Smith's vocals, they've regained a vigour that they haven't had for a long time. Like the music, they're more aggressive than ever before - not bludgeoning, not unlistenable, but forceful.Read more ›
But such is the Cure's hardcore fanbase: rabidly ardent followers of a band that has come to mean so much to each of us personally. I myself am not always happy with every song the Cure has put out, but I embrace the flaws anyway, and generally am able to embrace the band's inevitable mutations through time.
On The Cure's eponymous offering, there are classic Cure moments. In general the album does a great job at assimilating old Cure sounds into a new Cure pattern. It's as though for each song they take fragments of several Cure songs and weave them into a new tapestry.Gone are the lengthy musical preludes, and the mixing can be a little challenging to deal with sometimes - vocals mixed on top of the songs rather than within the songs. However, the live recording gives it a raw energy that is refreshing, if a bit jolting sometimes.
Besides, even if some of the songs sound a bit more stripped of the textures prevalent on many Cure albums, we must remember that the band actually started out with a more spacious sound and moved away from that in favor of a fuller more fleshed out feel.Read more ›
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First, let me acknowledge that I am a diehard fan of the Cure. By die-hard, I mean that I am well-aware that most of their pivotal work was achieved before Disintegration. Read morePublished on Aug. 8 2004 by Shawn
Hey, i'm 14 years old and i am a big fan of the cure and robert smith. this cd i think was worth the money and i cant wait to see them in concert. Read morePublished on July 21 2004 by bam
The Cure should have ended their career after Bloodflowers as they said they will. I think it was a great album but this new CD is just horrible. Read morePublished on July 19 2004 by M. Trela
First of all, I'm gradeing this in comparison to other Cure albums. With that said, I would have to put this towards the bottom of the Cure's large listing of works. Read morePublished on July 18 2004 by SKOLVK
Robert Smith and his band of un-merry men are in top form on their eponymous twelfth CD. A batch of good, concise songs help. Read morePublished on July 15 2004 by WrtnWrd
I think this stands alongside their best (and I have them all). I like the sound and the blend of despair and confused romanticism. Read morePublished on July 14 2004
This is one of the best cure albums, it may take a couple of plays before you get into it, it's not as easy or catchy as some other Cure albums but if you like The Cure you will... Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by Francisco Salazar
Never before have I felt strongly enough for an album to review it on Amazon dot com. This album is a winner, with the exception of some cheesy Curesque endings (such as in... Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by C.G.