CD Review: 'The Cure,' from The Cure The British alternative rock band from the 1980s and 90s is enjoying a revival, thanks to contemporary bands who were inspired by The Cure. Mikel Jollett says he's not too fond of the band's new self-titled album, but considers it a sign he's getting older.
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CD Review: 'The Cure,' from The Cure

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CD Review: 'The Cure,' from The Cure

CD Review: 'The Cure,' from The Cure

CD Review: 'The Cure,' from The Cure

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The British alternative rock band from the 1980s and 90s is enjoying a revival, thanks to contemporary bands who were inspired by The Cure. Mikel Jollett says he's not too fond of the band's new self-titled album, but considers it a sign he's getting older.

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Album
Maximum Cure: The Unauthorised Biography of the Cure
Artist
The Cure
Label
Chrome Dreams
Released
2004

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