When did the cure disintegration come out?

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When did the cure disintegration come out?

Album sales: 3,000,000 +. First release date: May 1989. The eighth studio album from The Cure. It received double-platinum status in the US, making this the band’s best-selling album to date. “Disintegration” reached #3 in the UK and #12 in the US. The album produced four hit singles:

What was the cure’s best selling album to date?

It received double-platinum status in the US, making this the band’s best-selling album to date. “Disintegration” reached #3 in the UK and #12 in the US. The album produced four hit singles: Due to the extended running time of the album, “Last Dance” and “Homesick” were not included on the original vinyl issue of the album.

Where did the Cure record I am recording?

Geffen Records, This Is An I Am Recording! Universal, Geffen Records, This Is An I Am Recording! Geffen Records, This Is An I Am Recording! Geffen Records, This Is An I Am Recording!

Who is the lead singer of the cure?

English New Wave/post-punk / Pop Rock band founded in 1976 in Crawley, West Sussex. The band has seen many line-up changes but Robert Smith has been the frontman/songwriter/vocalist/guitarist throughout their 40-year existence. …

“Disintegration” is quite possibly an album that I have listened to at least every single month since 1989. I admit, after Disintegration, I kind of lost interest in obtaining the more recent Cure releases until recently buying a copy of “Bloodflowers” a few days after purchasing and listening to this Blu-Ray.

What’s the name of the Cure’s live album?

The Cure combine a live show of three intrinsically linked albums, ‘Pornography’, ‘Disintegration’, and ‘Blood Flowers’ to give fans the ultimate Blu-ray that could ever be asked for.

Is the cure 40 live curaetion on DVD?

Try Business Prime free. 2 DVD Standard Edition. In 2018 The Cure performed two historic shows celebrating a 40-year career.

Is the Cure live in Berlin on Bluray?

Astounding bluray. This is about as good as it gets for having The Cure in high-definition with a great quality concert. You get three entire albums here, and everybody will have a couple favorite cuts. My personal fave is Bloodlowers, and it’s lovingly presented here in DTS HD 5.1 or LPCM stereo.

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