History YMMV / TheCure

18th Sep '16 1:46:14 PM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* TrollingCreator: Robert Smith likes to give himself and his songs [[MultipleChoiceBackstory Multiple Choice Backstories]].

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* TrollingCreator: Robert Smith likes to give himself and his songs [[MultipleChoiceBackstory [[MultipleChoicePast Multiple Choice Backstories]].
18th Sep '16 1:45:15 PM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* TrollingCreator: Robert Smith likes to give himself and his songs [[MultipleChoiceBackstory Multiple Choice Backstories]].
12th Aug '16 11:51:37 PM gewunomox
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* EpicRiff: Even if Lullaby is pure {{Nightmare Fuel}}, the two guitar riffs and the bassline are undeniably catchy.
** For bass riffs Play For Today and Other Voices are up there.

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* EpicRiff: Even if Lullaby is pure {{Nightmare Fuel}}, NightmareFuel, the two guitar riffs and the bassline are undeniably catchy.
** For bass riffs Play For for Today and Other Voices are up there.
5th Jun '16 5:35:34 PM CynicalPeafowl
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* DorkAge: Fans commonly see Wild Mood Swings as the band's weakest release.


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** For bass riffs Play For Today and Other Voices are up there.
2nd May '16 10:34:15 PM aye_amber
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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: In 1981, when they were playing in the Werchter Festival, the festival was running late, and the organizers wanted The Cure to finish their show early to let bigger artists like ''Robert Palmer'' and Music/ZZTop play. The organizers and The Cure agreed to let the band play one more song. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXgN-7A1MXM Cue the legendary 9 minute epic monster rendition of "A Forest,"]] and "[[PrecisionFStrike Fuck Robert Palmer, fuck rock 'n' roll!]]"

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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: In 1981, when they were playing in the Werchter Festival, the festival was running late, and the organizers wanted The Cure to finish their show early to let bigger artists like ''Robert Palmer'' and Music/ZZTop play. The organizers and The Cure agreed to let the band play one more song. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXgN-7A1MXM Cue the legendary 9 minute epic monster rendition of "A Forest,"]] A Forest,]] and "[[PrecisionFStrike Fuck Robert Palmer, fuck rock 'n' roll!]]"
18th Apr '16 12:52:17 PM Rockah12
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* EpicRiff: Even if Lullaby is pure {{NightmareFuel}}, the two guitar riffs and the bassline are undeniably catchy.

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* EpicRiff: Even if Lullaby is pure {{NightmareFuel}}, {{Nightmare Fuel}}, the two guitar riffs and the bassline are undeniably catchy.
18th Apr '16 12:52:10 PM Rockah12
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* EpicRiff: Even if Lullaby is pure {{NightmareFuel}}, the two guitar riffs and the bassline are undeniably catchy.
23rd Mar '16 1:23:45 PM aye_amber
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* NightmareFuel: [[NightmareFuel/TheCure Has its own page]]

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* NightmareFuel: [[NightmareFuel/TheCure Has its own page]]page.]]
18th Mar '16 3:12:50 PM Inspeps
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** "Icing Sugar" seems to be about a coked out murderer.
18th Mar '16 3:12:37 PM Inspeps
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* NightmareFuel: "Lullaby," which [[http://www.allmusic.com/song/lullaby-mt0010501609 a review]] described as: "Probably the only song about being eaten alive, that people heard on the radio outside the month of October."
** Or is it about [[IntercourseWithYou something else?]]
*** WordOfGod says that it is about scary stories his father told him just before bed, which freaked him out.
** ''Pornography:'' This is their darkest album, and it sure sounds like it. Definitely not a good idea to sleep to this.
*** In fact, the album opens up with the lines: "It doesn't matter if we all die." Touching.
*** It gets worse. The last track, "Pornography," is filled with dissonant guitars, gloomy synths, backward snippets of unknown clips, and Smith's depressing vocals. Probably making it the band's darkest and scariest song. If you do sleep to it, you're more than likely to get jolted awake by the ear splitting feedback at the very end.

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* NightmareFuel: "Lullaby," which [[http://www.allmusic.com/song/lullaby-mt0010501609 a review]] described as: "Probably the only song about being eaten alive, that people heard on the radio outside the month of October."
** Or is it about [[IntercourseWithYou something else?]]
*** WordOfGod says that it is about scary stories his father told him just before bed, which freaked him out.
** ''Pornography:'' This is their darkest album, and it sure sounds like it. Definitely not a good idea to sleep to this.
*** In fact, the album opens up with the lines: "It doesn't matter if we all die." Touching.
*** It gets worse. The last track, "Pornography," is filled with dissonant guitars, gloomy synths, backward snippets of unknown clips, and Smith's depressing vocals. Probably making it the band's darkest and scariest song. If you do sleep to it, you're more than likely to get jolted awake by the ear splitting feedback at the very end.
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