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Last week, the L. The Cure, not so much a band as a sensibility, seem inconspicuous until you start looking for them, when they become ubiquitous. Next year, the Cure will turn forty years old.
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English rock band the Cure have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame but that news has been overshadowed by an interview on the red carpet, according to the guardian. It becomes glaringly apparent that the band was a lot less enthusiastic about their induction into the rock hall of fame than their interviewer Carrie Keagan. The humble person makes a realistic assessment of who he is and puts that unillusioned judgment into practice.
Robert Smith of the Cure. Photo by Bill Ebbesen; courtesy Wikimedia Commons. Last Wednesday, June 22, British alternative-rock titans the Cure brought its first extensive tour of America in nearly a decade to Merriweather Post Pavilion.
Politics Local D. Looking back: 50 years of the Blade. Browsing the topic: Robert Smith.
The first two minutes of my military experience were a blur. No sooner had I gotten off the bus at Fort Benning and retrieved my luggage, as directed, and stood in front of it, I made the mistake of glancing at the drill sergeants out of the side of my eye. They entered the area with their chest-jutting, tough-guy swagger.
His classic songs and his eccentric image have captivated audiences on both sides of the Atlantic, making The Cure one of the most internationally successful acts in alternative rock history. My evening had fallen apart and I was back at home feeling very sorry for myself. But considering the age I was and the fact that I had done nothing apart from go to school — no real life experience, everything was taken from books — some of them are pretty good. It's a joke.
Robert James Smith was born in Blackpool in April ofa little more than twenty-five years before I was. Both of us were raised Catholic and later became atheists. Both of us wore dresses as kids, were beaten by our male peers, were diagnosed with "personality crises" by our schools, and suspended for reasons relating to our attitudes toward religion.
When you work with the Cure, says film director Tim Pope, you learn not to expect a lot of warning about what's going to happen next. The show was an open-air concert in Hyde Park, with a sold-out audience of 65, people; it would mark 40 years of the Cure. Because having seen them live probably a hundred times, this was the most quintessentially Cure performance ever.