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Started by dsanchez, October 30, 2018, 13:30:51
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QuoteI've been reading a lot of non-fiction. A lot of it about paleoanthropology, because I've got a hankering to go on a dig
QuoteWhile we're on tour, I mean. It used to be cuddly toys, but on the Wish tour, thankfully, it turned into books
QuoteI still get given a lot of demo tapes and demo CDs, which I listen to religiously, I feel kind of obliged to
QuoteWell, it [The Cure] wouldn't exist without me. That's just a fact. But, at the same time: I'm not the Cure. I've always worked in a band set-up, because that's how I feel most comfortable.
QuoteWe've never been a fashionable band, and we never will be.
QuoteI listen to Beethoven or Mahler.
QuoteIf I listen to music, I like to listen to it and be involved with it
QuoteThe thing that drove me back into doing [WMS] it after taking a few years off [four, since Wish] was that I kind of missed creating something. I'd reached a point where I felt very...useless. I just like...doing things.
Quote from: dsanchez on October 30, 2018, 13:30:51I am surprised this interview didn't get more exposition as there are some very interesting remarks by Robert. The interview was conducted around the WMS era (1996)...
QuoteThey realise that what The Cure is, is kind of based on my instincts and my feelings, and in that sense it is me...but they're not a 'backing band.' Particularly when we're playing, I do feel like part of a band, not like the leader of a band.