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8 thoughts on “ A Strange Day - The Cure - The Cure In Orange (VHS, Album)

  1. Cure - In Orange music DVD album at CD Universe, Very cool 2 x VCD set Viewable on all DVD players of their amazing set filmed over two nights at the Roman Amphitheatre.
  2. Pornography is the fourth studio album by English rock band the Cure, released on 4 May by Fiction Records. Preceded by the non-album single " Charlotte Sometimes ", it was the band's first album with new producer Phil Thornalley, and was recorded at RAK Studios from January to April Genre: Gothic rock, post-punk.
  3. A Strange Day Lyrics: Give me your eyes that I might see / The blind man kissing my hands / The sun is humming, my head turns to dust / As he plays on his knees / (As he plays on his knees) / And the.
  4. The English rock band The Cure have released thirteen studio albums, five live albums, twelve compilation albums, ten extended plays, and 37 singles on Fiction Records and Geffen symphonic.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo have also released ten video albums and 43 music videos.. Originally formed as Malice in January , the band underwent several line-up changes and a name change to Easy Cure before settling on their Compilation albums:
  5. The Cure toured to support the compilation and released a live concert VHS of the show, filmed in the south of France called The Cure in Orange. During this time, the Cure became a very popular band in Europe (particularly in France, Germany and the Benelux countries) and increasingly popular in the symphonic.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo: Gothic rock, post-punk, alternative rock, new wave.
  6. Oct 24,  · Its not only a history of cure music videos, but of music videos in general. Videos were still experimental in the early 80's & I am surprised the Cure pulled it off so well. Its fun to watch the evolution of the band through videos, and thier silly bits of music and footage inbetween/5(8).
  7. Another of the wondrous Cure VHS's not yet released on DVD. If they ever are. In Orange archives the band on the Head on the Door tour. Very little stage presence, but then choreography doesn't work with some forms of music (see Evanescence).Some awkward, jerky back-and-forths from Gallup, knee-bobbing from Tolhurst, who at least proves he can halfway play a keyboard as long as he can use one /5(5).

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