History YMMV / TheCure

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.
[[NightmareFuel/TheCure Has its own page]]
23rd Feb '16 10:58:10 PM aye_amber
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** [[CarefulWithThatAxe The closing to "Subway Song."]]

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** [[CarefulWithThatAxe CarefulWithThatAxe: The closing ending to "Subway Song."]]"



* 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!]]"
* 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."

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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 ''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!]]"
* NightmareFuel: "Lullaby," which [[http://www.allmusic.com/song/lullaby-mt0010501609 a review]] described as: "probably "Probably the only song about being eaten alive, that people heard on the radio outside the month of October."



* ReplacementScrappy: Arguably Jason Cooper. Even recently some fans of the band were still calling him a terrible drummer, just because he replaced fan favorite Boris Williams, despite the fact that by that time, Cooper was longer in the band than any other drummer (Williams, Andy Anderson, and Lol Tolhurst.)

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* ReplacementScrappy: Arguably Jason Cooper. Even recently some fans of the band were still calling him a terrible drummer, just because he replaced fan favorite Boris Williams, despite the fact that by that time, Cooper was longer in the band than any other drummer (Williams, Andy Anderson, and Lol Tolhurst.)Tolhurst).



* SweetDreamsFuel: "Friday I'm in Love" is one of those songs that's impossible ''not'' to be cheered up by.

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* SweetDreamsFuel: SugarWiki/SweetDreamsFuel: "Friday I'm in Love" is one of those songs that's impossible ''not'' to be cheered up by.
7th Feb '16 7:38:37 AM Freshmeat
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* MagnumOpus: The 1989 album ''Music/{{Disintegration}}'' bridges the gap between their GothRock work and their pop work, its large number of classic songs has made it so.
** Other often named contenders for this trope, are ''Pornography,'' an incredibly dark, but influential release that was the culmination of the {{goth}} sound, that the band adopted in 1980, or the sprawling ''Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me,'' an album that features the band exploring numerous different styles.
4th Jan '16 11:14:22 PM spirasen
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** "[[CarefulWithThatAxe The closing to Subway Song.]]"
* MagnumOpus: The 1989 album ''Music/{{Disintegration}}'' bridges the gap between their GothRock work and their pop work, and its large number of classic songs has made it so.
** Other often named contenders for this trope, are ''Pornography,'' an incredibly dark, but influential release that was the culmination of the {{goth}} sound that the band adopted in 1980, or the sprawling ''Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me,'' an album that features the band exploring numerous different styles.
* MisaimedFandom: Enough of it for "Killing an Arab" that they had to put a sticker on ''Staring at the Sea'' to decry racist use of the song.

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** "[[CarefulWithThatAxe [[CarefulWithThatAxe The closing to Subway "Subway Song.]]"
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* MagnumOpus: The 1989 album ''Music/{{Disintegration}}'' bridges the gap between their GothRock work and their pop work, and its large number of classic songs has made it so.
** Other often named contenders for this trope, are ''Pornography,'' an incredibly dark, but influential release that was the culmination of the {{goth}} sound sound, that the band adopted in 1980, or the sprawling ''Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me,'' an album that features the band exploring numerous different styles.
* MisaimedFandom: Enough of it for "Killing an Arab" Arab," that they had to put a sticker on ''Staring at the Sea'' to decry racist use of the song.



* 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."

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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 alive, that people heard on the radio outside the month of October."



*** In fact, the album opens up with the lines "It doesn't matter if we all die." Touching.

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*** In fact, the album opens up with the lines lines: "It doesn't matter if we all die." Touching.



* ReplacementScrappy: Arguably Jason Cooper. Even recently some fans of the band were still calling him a terrible drummer, just because he replaced fan favorite Boris Williams, despite the fact that by that time Cooper was longer in the band than any other drummer (Williams, Andy Anderson, and Lol Tolhurst.)

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* ReplacementScrappy: Arguably Jason Cooper. Even recently some fans of the band were still calling him a terrible drummer, just because he replaced fan favorite Boris Williams, despite the fact that by that time time, Cooper was longer in the band than any other drummer (Williams, Andy Anderson, and Lol Tolhurst.)
3rd Jan '16 4:24:22 PM aye_amber
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** Naming another member is easy. [[RevolvingDoorBand Remembering whether or not he's actually in the band at the moment is the hard part.]] Simon Gallup, the band's bassist since 1979 (except for a few years in the 1980's,) is likely the second most nameable member of the band after Smith.

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** Naming another member is easy. [[RevolvingDoorBand Remembering whether or not he's actually in the band at the moment is the hard part.]] Simon Gallup, the band's bassist since 1979 (except for a few years in the 1980's,) 1980's), is likely the second most nameable member of the band after Smith.



** Other often named contenders for this trope, are ''Pornography,'' an incredibly dark but influential release that was the culmination of the {{goth}} sound that the band adopted in 1980, or the sprawling ''Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me,'' an album that features the band exploring numerous different styles.

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** Other often named contenders for this trope, are ''Pornography,'' an incredibly dark dark, but influential release that was the culmination of the {{goth}} sound that the band adopted in 1980, or the sprawling ''Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me,'' an album that features the band exploring numerous different styles.
2nd Jan '16 9:50:09 PM spirasen
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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,"]] and [[PrecisionFStrike "Fuck "[[PrecisionFStrike Fuck Robert Palmer, fuck rock 'n' roll!"]]roll!]]"



*** 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.

to:

*** 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 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.



* SweetDreamsFuel: "Friday I'm In Love" is one of those songs that's impossible ''not'' to be cheered up by.

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* SweetDreamsFuel: "Friday I'm In in Love" is one of those songs that's impossible ''not'' to be cheered up by.
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