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Catch - The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me (Cassette, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Catch - The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me (Cassette, Album)

  1. Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me by The Cure Review This is a double album, but they managed to fit it on one cassette / CD (Hey You was not included on the original CD release). We've got 18 songs, lasting one hour and 15 minutes.
  2. Put into context, Kiss Me was the sixth 'proper' Cure album, the follow-up to the spook-pop masterpiece that was 's The Head On The Door, and the predecessor to what some consider their finest.
  3. “Catch” is the second single and second track from the Cure’s double album Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me. It is an immediate sign of the eclectic nature of the album, with its poppy, lightweight.
  4. • I've got thousands of unlisted artists and titles, if you don't see what you are looking for, message me and if I have it, I'll get it listed for you. • I will split up a CD lot - if it makes sense. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks, Steve ERSeller Rating: % positive.
  5. A very strong album by The Cure inbetween their two most famous records The Head on The Door and Disintegration and well Kiss Me, is a long one a very long album at nearly 75 minutes and 18 tracks and well the track listing can be sometimes hard to justify but nevertheless it doesn't draw too much away from this great record and ya know, it has Just Like Heaven on it so it got to be a good record.
  6. Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me is the album where everything comes together for the Cure. The songwriting takes a step forward, one that was foreshadowed in The Head On The Door, but the formula that was being developed 2 years earlier is now perfected. One could just focus on the hits, but this album finds strength in variety/5().
  7. Aug 25,  · The Top / The Head on the Door / Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me / Blue Sunshine The songs in between make for the sole 80s Cure album you could think about playing at a beach party-- .
  8. Their previous album, ’s The Head on the Door, had been a massive hit and expectations were high. After years of single-minded leadership, Robert Smith was opening the band up to be more of a democracy and the additional input of his fellow bandmates led to such an overabundance of material that the group determined Kiss Me would need to.
  9. Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me is the seventh studio album by British alternative rock band the Cure, released in May The album helped bring the Cure into the American mainstream, becoming the band's first album to reach the top 40 of the Billboard chart (achieving Platinum certification).It was also a great international success, as was its predecessor, The Head on the Door, reaching Genre: Alternative rock.

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