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Offline mooki

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Re: 'ten imaginary years' (barbarian/sutherland/smith)
« Reply #30 on: January 19, 2015, 12:31:02 »
This is a great book.. .seems much more indepth than Never Enough, although it doesn't go over Disintegration and anything after it.

I would love to see Robert's words about Disintegration, as in depth they get in Ten Imaginary Years

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Re: 'ten imaginary years' (barbarian/sutherland/smith)
« Reply #31 on: January 19, 2015, 12:57:23 »
This is a great book.. .seems much more indepth than Never Enough

Yes, it's much better. I bought this in 1989 and it added to my "obsession" with The Cure.  ;)
Even today, I like to re-read things, e.g. to quote something from this book here in the forum if apt.

Sadly, the follow-up "More Imaginary Years" which was talked about around the release of "Galore" (1997), never materialised, does anyone know why?  :?
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Re: 'ten imaginary years' (barbarian/sutherland/smith)
« Reply #32 on: April 08, 2015, 21:53:05 »
Do they ever think of the younger fans? xD I think not because I SO NEED this book and it's never been re-realeased as it says while I'm reading through this thread. :smth089 :smth089 :smth089
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Re: 'ten imaginary years' (barbarian/sutherland/smith)
« Reply #33 on: April 09, 2015, 11:30:54 »
Try "Never Enough" by Jeff Apter, which is closest to a decent "Cure biography" in recent years...
(I think there is a re-issue, which omits the mistakes of the first edition.)
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