Download links and information about Bloodflowers by The Cure. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 57:50 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Pop Rock, Alternative|
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|1.||Out Of This World (LP Version)||6:42|
|2.||Watching Me Fall (LP Version)||11:12|
|3.||Where The Birds Always Sing (LP Version)||5:42|
|4.||Maybe Someday (LP Version)||5:04|
|5.||The Last Day Of Summer (LP Version)||5:35|
|6.||There Is No If... (LP Version)||3:42|
|7.||The Loudest Sound (LP Version)||5:09|
|8.||39 (LP Version)||7:17|
|9.||Bloodflowers (LP Version)||7:27|
Over the years the Cure touched on many different styles. They’d started as a punk-pop group that receded into ethereal despair that then mutated into raging goth and suddenly discovered uplifting dancefloor-friendly pop and ‘80s-90s psychedelic shimmers. But Cure critics and fans always favored a delicate blend of singer Robert Smith’s pop instincts and his grandiose epic visions. Smith knew this and posited 2000’s Bloodflowers as the final part of a trilogy that included 1982’s Pornography and 1988’s Disintegration. Again, he would indulge in songs that took five-plus minutes to sufficiently unfold and that dwelled in the group’s slower, hypnotic range. He succeeded, since “Out of This World,” the 11-minute “Watching Me Fall,” and “The Last Day of Summer” work over their guitar and keyboard riffs with a death grip’s finality. These are not songs meant to be taken lightly and their intense emotionalism against the Cure’s unyielding wall of sound — sometimes psychedelic, always brooding — makes for solid Goth throughout.