Started by Carnage Visor, July 27, 2007, 01:18:34
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Quote from: Nicholas on July 28, 2007, 18:47:55Vocals on Club America--same as on Harold & Joe--no one likes this song much either?
QuoteThings didn't go well from the start. When the Cure began recording Wild Mood Swings in 1995, longtime members Porl Thompson and Boris Williams were both gone, and Smith's occasional right-hand-man, bassist Simon Gallup, took a break to deal with health issues. By the time the band emerged with the 14 new songs that make up Wild Mood Swings, almost everyone involved with the record was wondering if the four-year break was long enough.Read More: 20 Years Ago: The Cure Get Weird With 'Wild Mood Swings' | http://diffuser.fm/cure-wild-mood-swings-album-released/?trackback=tsmclip
Quote from: Felizcelestial on June 05, 2016, 09:46:38I was so high on the cure during that time, that I initially loved it. ... it took me years to realize that WMS was a disappointment. Especially cuz I loved the title. It was like the cure finally naming their syndrome. Ha. But, want, treasure, Jupiter crash, this is a lie, bare...those songs are incredible.