Cure, The - The Cure In Brazil album flac
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: The Cure In Brazil
Style: New Wave, Indie Rock, Pop Rock, Synth-pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1748 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1806 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1600 mb
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The Cure is the twelfth studio album by British alternative rock band the Cure. The album was released on 29 June 2004 by record label Geffen, and promoted with the single "The End of the World". The album was entirely produced by American producer Ross Robinson, known for his work with bands like Korn, Slipknot, and Limp Bizkit
The English rock band The Cure have released thirteen studio albums, five live albums, eleven compilation albums, ten extended plays, and 37 singles on Fiction Records and Geffen Records. They have also released ten video albums and 43 music videos. Originally formed as Malice in January 1976, the band underwent several line-up changes and a name change to Easy Cure before settling on their current name, The Cure, in May 1978.
Catalog numbers: 0602498628850 on spine, CD and sticker. 0602498629055 on last page of booklet and CD (in brackets).
Erscheinungsdatum 28 Juni 2004. Musik GenreGothic Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen40. 4. The End of the World.
Instead of being a minor shift in marketing, scrapping his promise to disband the Cure is a fairly significant development since it signals that Smith is comfortable being in the band, perhaps for the first time in his life. This sense of peace carries over into the modest and modestly titled The Cure, which contains the most comfortable music in the band's canon - which is hardly the same thing as happy music, even if this glistens in contrast to the deliberate goth classicism of Bloodflowers.
People had remembered The Cure as something great. Then I met (producer) Ross (Robinson) and everything changed. Since the beginning he insisted we must do another Cure album, we must do an album together. And it happened that eighteen months later, after calling to me constantly by telephone and writing piles of letters to me, he came to see me again. When four years ago we (released) Bloodflowers, I was convinced that The Cure had reached its end. It was an epitaph. The person who convinced me (to release another album) was (producer) Ross Robinson. There was a time he insisted that I should make another album because a whole generation was waiting for it from us.