The Cure

The Cure

by The Cure

CD(Enhanced - Import)

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Product Details

Release Date: 09/14/2004
Label: Universal Int'l
UPC: 0602498628850
catalogNumber: 9862885
Rank: 83786

Tracks

  1. Lost
  2. Labyrinth
  3. Before Three
  4. The End of the World
  5. Anniversary
  6. Us or Them
  7. alt.end
  8. I Don't Know What's Going On
  9. Taking Off
  10. Never
  11. The Promise

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Cure   Primary Artist
Perry Bamonte   Guitar,Group Member
Simon Gallup   Bass,Bass Guitar,Group Member
Robert Smith   Guitar,Vocals,Voices
Roger O'Donnell   Keyboards,Group Member
Jason Cooper   Percussion,Drums,Group Member

Technical Credits

Perry Bamonte   Composer
Steve Evetts   Engineer
Simon Gallup   Composer
Robert Smith   Composer,Producer,Executive Producer,Audio Production
Roger O'Donnell   Composer
Jason Cooper   Composer
Ross Robinson   Producer,Executive Producer,Audio Production
Jordan Schur   Executive Producer
Daryl Bamonte   Executive Producer
Sian   Artwork
Tom Stanley   Engineer
Keith Uddin   Engineer
Christopher   Artwork
Jesse Cannon   Programming
Bunny Lake   Executive Producer
Noosha   Artwork
Sarahnearly   Artwork

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The Cure 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
JEANPIERREFORRES6 More than 1 year ago
    Perhaps my favorite album. I got "LOST" , loved it, and found myself.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Robert Smith is a genius by every definition of the word. He hasn't changed his outlook on the world since the band started in the late 70's, and there has never been a time in his life when he has not worn black. This album really reflects no matter how much time goes by in between their studio releases, the Cure can always come back out swinging so to speak. Pick this one up.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am pretty much always blown away by the cure. They never change because some one wants them to and it really pays off in making this band last so long. This new album is unbelievable. It totally drew me in from the start with “Lost.” My favorite tracks though are the End of the World and Anniversary. I haven’t been able to get it out of my cd player. AWESOME!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i have liked the cure for a long time because my dad growing up was a huge fan of the cure and still is so he got me into them. this is a great album as are many others by the cure and i think anyone who likes the cure should get this.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The latest cure album is so close to perfection. Tracks like Anniversary, Lost, and The End of the World are spectacular. The additional studio footage is amazing. Every song is bound to be a classic.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Before buying this CD I would definitely not consider myself a Cure fan, however, I figured I give it a shot and I was absolutely blown away with how good this album is. After the first couple of tracks I could easily put them in the top ten of my favorite bands. Not only are Robert’s lyrics simply amazing but the music is fantastic as well. The passion, anger, and sadness that Robert displays really give the songs the true emotion that most artists and bands lack. “Us or Them” would be the best example of this and is my favorite track on the album. “Lost” and “The Promise” are also two of my favorites on the CD. This is one of the best CDs I’ve heard in a long time. I highly recommend this album to any and all music fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This cure album is one of their best. While "The End of the World", being as good as it is, came out as a hit on the radio, there are other tracks on the album just as good, maybe better. My personal favorite is "Labyrinth", but "Taking off" and "Before three" are such awesome songs. I love how the cure can progress and progress, but never lose their image or vibe, as other bands tend to do. This CD is still very much the cure, acutally at their best. This album being a cd-extra is also especially great, the "secret site" it leads you too has so much cool stuff on it! I especially like the interview with Robert Smith. And so, to match the juvenile ambiance of the album art, I'd like to say "A+"!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well, I've loved the Cure for about a year or so, and this album hasn't really disappointed me, it's just that I'm not used to Robert Smith nearly screaming and distorted guitar riffs, I'm used to the special effects bass guitars, warm sounding guitars, and Roberst Smith almost crying, but I couldn't love the Cure more, "The End of The World" "Anniversary" are the best tracks in my opinion, "The Promise" has some beautifully arranged lyrics, but the music going to it doesn't really fit in my opinion...I'm waiting for another Cure record like the really depressing 1981 release "Faith".
Guest More than 1 year ago
While this album has some great tracks (Lost, Labyrinthe, Anniversary, The Promise) more reminiscent of their '80s work, many are not beyond average, and some of the best tracks were left off this 11 track US release, as decided by Geffen Records. The vinyl version has all 15 tracks, the Japanese CD 14, the UK one 13, and the European one 12. What was left off are not regular b-sides and are far better than the average tracks on here; they would have made this a truly remarkable comeback from the disintegration after 1992's "Wish".
Guest More than 1 year ago
Definetly the best cd in the world! weakest song is before three and us or them is a headbanger song and you have to get into it everytime you hear it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago