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11/3/1979  Melody Maker
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The Cure’s biggest problem is trying to replace the innocent charm which helped flesh out the bare bones of their early singles. Obviously after a years hefty touring that innocence is gone, but the bones are still showing, though Robert Smith’s done a lot to cover them up with sparingly used guitar over a hustling rhythm. The song’s a twist on bandwagon jumping, which Robert sings from a catarrhal distance, if you know what I mean.


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