20 years of News, rumors, minutiae about The Cure
Craig,I don't have a scan, but their website has this listed for the September Issue:OUR BACK PAGES: 25 Years Through The Lens Of APFeaturing THE CURE (AP 95, JUNE 1996)[http://www.altpress.com/magazine/issue/266-something_corporate/]
Thank you, Kate. I hope someone gets a better scan of it.
graig t aurais pas du nouveau sur the cure pour changer!!!!!!!
new of the cure not old stoff please graig!!!!!!!!
Sacrebleu, it's the chalice and tabernacle dude!
Eric: Just as soon as there is new stuff to post, I can assure you, I will.
Dear Craig,I have an unexpected Curespotting for you!I was in a physician's waiting room, flipping through the June issue of O Magazine, when I came across a Cure mention by musician Jennifer Nettles:"I've been having an '80s revival lately: Blondie, the Eurythmics, and the Cure's Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (1987). Robert Smith's lyrics are so tender, and he can convey so much without words: with percussive breathing or by using his voice like a bass part." Fromhttp://www.oprah.com/world/Jennifer-Nettles-of-Sugarlands-Favorite-MusicHa!
Thanks for information. Luckily enough, I'm visiting my parents-in-law in Arizona now. I'm gonna get a copy later.
Next time you type "God's" name, Lindsey, have the common decency to use capitals in front of his name! .. :pAnd curtsey/bow when you say it too haha!
and next time you are referring to God, don't assume that God is a male.I think that would piss her off more then not using a capital G :p
you can make toast for me any day RS.... prrr
@notherbob - why should god have the g capitalised?
Never mind, people.. Moment's over.. o_O
Sorry I ruined the joke. : )
sorry for the lowercase :P
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It's strange...when I glossed over the word "toast", I automatically thought of what you often do with a glass of alcohol and not what you do to bread.