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2014.09.14 Chicago - Humboldt Park (USA) 'Riot Fest'
« on: August 20, 2014, 08:03:31 »
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Re: 2014.09.14 Chicago - Humboldt Park (USA) 'Riot Fest'
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2014, 20:33:56 »
Just came across this article from someone who certainly does not appreciate The Cure as we do. Your thoughts?

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After waiting for about three minutes for The Cure to start, I realize something: they’ve already started. The band has been playing for three whole minutes and I couldn’t tell because they just sort of noodled their way into their first song—somewhere in the midst of a giant cloud of smoke and bright lights, the atmospheric sounds they were making were music. I genuinely thought they were soundchecking.
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The Cure then begins their second song and the band has made a HUGE mistake. They’ve started the first song over again by accident. That’s what I think anyway, since it sounds exactly like the first one. But apparently, according to the applause of the massive crowd, I am mistaken. It is a new, completely different song.
http://noisey.vice.com/blog/i-watched-the-cure-for-135-of-the-suckiest-minutes-of-my-life

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