The Cure [unplugged]

“You make me feel like I am young again.”

I love the Cure. And tell me, am I the only one who actually really enjoys their most recent disc? Its a bit underrated in my opinion. Anyways, I decided to post a few tracks that the band performed for MTV Unplugged back in 1991. I only chose 5 because some of the sound quality on a few of the tracks isn’t the best. Enjoy your weekend…!

The Cure – Just Like Heaven
The Cure – Boys Don’t Cry
The Cure – The Caterpillar
The Cure – A Letter To Elise
The Cure – Let’s Go To Bed

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  1. Anonymous

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  2. Anonymous

    Alt.End always reminds me on In Your House. Am I the only one? Cure rock just as in old days. They hardly make any mistakes in music.

  3. chris

    Love the Cure….you should get me to send you some older alfonso songs sometime so you can laugh at the cure influence;)But yes, these unplugged tracks sounded really good, both instrumentally and production wise, i remember first hearing them and falling in love with that crisp drum sound…as wierd as that may sound!

  4. +M+

    Hi!I’m a big Cure’s fan!I love their music!!Every album is a little star….I like also the most recent album THE CURE…i love Alt.End!!bye

  5. c

    the newer cure music is actually different, even heavier in some cases, than the older stuff.for some reason change always freaks people out. like, OMG, it doesn’t sound exactly like the 80s greatest hits i have! i agree with you that the new stuff is good.

  6. Kenny

    I think the most recent album is very good. I also like Bloodflowers a lot as well.

  7. Jennings

    Yo! The Cure rock . . . .

  8. ri0

    the cure…is just ace!

  9. unknown

    agree all so far… the only thing is that if u make an album like ‘faith’ then… what on earth can you do next?!?! that album was such a creative highpoint. the newer stuff is v good too though [*i played ‘bloodflowers’ just the other week*] but i still can’t get past ‘faith’ and ‘pornography’: i don’t think they’d ever be able to make something that equals those… oh, and ‘disintegration’, obviously! i think in part this is **my** failing and my age… i’m trapped in time when it comes to the cure… my fault entirely… and i’ll shut up now.

  10. coxon le woof

    I really like the most recent Cure album too. A definate return to form.

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