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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Robert talks with NME

"Probably worth noting that in the reviews section of the new issue of NME, Louis Pattison mentions that he's had a recent telephone interview with RS. This may appear in next weeks edition prior to Bestival." (Thanks John)

Update: Actually, it won't be for NME. Just asked Louis about this on Twitter and here's his reply:
- It'll be in the Guardian Guide, before Bestival. Not written it yet!

9 comments:

  1. I hope that we will get more & specific info about the supposed New Album & the future releases (Reflection DVD, Wish & co remasters, the return of Roger...porl???...)

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  2. The fact that RSX is agreeing to do some interviews tells me that something is in the air..

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  3. per page 39 current issue (27 Aug 11) - in the weekly reviews section, Louis Pattison, saying that "this week, I interviewed John Cooper Clarke and Robert Smith. Both were on the phone, though, so I couldn't compare the majesty of their haircuts"

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  4. Thank you, John. I scoured their various Twitter accounts and website, and couldn't find it. Should have known it was in the actual issue. : )

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  5. hasn't written it yet? - COF cannot wait! - bless 'im

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  6. Why is everyone saying Porl isn't in the band now? Did I miss something?

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  7. The 4 year cycle is about coming due, in reality it's only been 3 years since 4:13 Dream. We already got a big show this year in Sydney, and now Bestival will kick off the next Cure era.

    My speculation:

    - Some type of album release in late 2012. Possibly a hybrid of new stuff & the dark album leftovers. When RS starts talking about a new album, that means its usually a year away from release at least. Possibly Spring 2013 is a better bet.

    - Summer 2012 tour, albeit limited to Euro festivals, and a short US tour. Maybe.

    That's my bet. This may be the last 4 year cycle run, who knows. RS isn't getting any younger. Although Debbie Harry is out there with Blondie and she's 66.

    We may start to see 5 - 6 year cycles. Who knows.

    I remember back in the 80's, waiting 1 year for a new Cure record and tour was forever, lol. The wait from 'Head' to KMKMKM was 2 years, and it was LONG! lol.

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