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  • Got to agree with you there davorg. In fact my copy of 'The Cure In Orange' is almost worn out from all the play it has had over the years, I should really see if I can get a copy of that bad dog on DVD hmmm. So what's (in your opinion) their best album then? "The Head On The Door" is the one that always seems to make it onto my stereo - 'Push' and 'Sinking' are two of my personal fav's.
    • Depends on my mood. One of "Seventeen Seconds", "Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me" or "Disintergration".

      • mmm, I'd have to say wish is their best. although faith and disintegration are up there...
        • Case you haven't guessed, The Cure are one of my all time favorite bands and I could talk about them all night - even in perl journals it seems (grin). Actually had the pleasure of meeting Mr Gallop on the tube after a Nitzer Ebb concert of all things - again, back in the day. Anyhoo, back to the original reason for posting - the Wish album: High - fantastic song. Wendy Time not quite as good as their live version (those of you who are Cure fans and are lucky enough to have a copy of their "the cure p
      • Hmm, 'Seventeen Seconds' - forgot about that one. The version of 'Play For Today' from 'The Cure In Orange' tape is amazing. I also always get a kick out of Simon's bass playing at the end of 'live' versions of 'A Forest', saw them at Wembley back in the day - sends a shiver down the ol' spine it does!