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1/1/1986  Unknown UK Source


From the sparse and wiry, plinky-plonky punk of "Killing An Arab" and "Jumping Someone Elseís Train", through the throbbing atmospheres and gloom of "Charlotte Sometimes" and "Primary" (the most glorious "sound" ever conceived), to the quirky "perfect pop" of "The Caterpillar" and "Close To Me", it is all here - a splendid career in 13 easy pieces. The Cure remain impervious to criticism, they stand the test of time, they are voices for the 80ís... etc. etc.. Not much more to say, really. Youíve probably heard them all before. And here they are again. Hurrah!

- Tom Hibbert


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