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Offline dsanchez

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The Cure: A Perfect Dream by Ian Gittins
« on: March 24, 2018, 13:58:51 »
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The Cure’s story is a fantastical pop fable, but their trajectory has not been one of unbroken success. Along the way, their uneven, uneasy pop odyssey has taken in fierce intra-band tensions and fall-outs, numerous line-up changes and even a bitter court case that saw original group members feuding over payments and ownership of the band’s name.

There has been alcoholism, substance abuse and countless long, dark nights of the soul, many of which have been translated into luscious dark-rock symphonies. From gawky teenage art-punks in Crawley to gnomic, venerable rock royalty with 30 million record sales to their name, their journey has been a scarcely believable, vivid pop hallucination.

 
A Perfect Dream is the tall tale of a truly unique British pop entity. It’s the story of The Cure.

The book is out September 2018 https://www.palazzoeditions.com/thecure













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Offline Ulrich

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Re: The Cure: A Perfect Dream by Ian Gittins
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2018, 18:39:52 »
None of the pics can be seen (at least not on my screen here).  :(

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There has been alcoholism, substance abuse and countless long, dark nights of the soul, many of which have been translated into luscious dark-rock symphonies.

This average promo-text does not sound too promising, tbh.  :roll:
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Re: The Cure: A Perfect Dream by Ian Gittins
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2018, 19:11:08 »
None of the pics can be seen (at least not on my screen here).  :(

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There has been alcoholism, substance abuse and countless long, dark nights of the soul, many of which have been translated into luscious dark-rock symphonies.

This average promo-text does not sound too promising, tbh.  :roll:

Someone likes the word dark....
All this frustration
I can’t meet all my desires
Strange conversation
Self-control has just expired
All an illusion
Only in my head you don’t exist