The Cure is the twelfth studio album by British alternative rock band the Cure. The album was released on 29 June 2004 by record label Geffen, and promoted with the single "The End of the World". The album was entirely produced by American producer Ross Robinson, known for his work with bands like Korn, Slipknot, and Limp Bizkit
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Album The Incurable Romantic. The Incurable Lyrics. Say that you will come and be with me, surround me Say that you will, on your own Come to me with all that you are, and I know that you fought And I know that you are fighting to be here, come as you are. Touch me I'm alone again Knew not what you wanted it to be Set our hearts on fire now Shattered at your brokenness. Stay one more day, set my heart as ease, surround me Stay one more day, till the morning Coming to my senses so long forgot Wasting the night away on this apathy, morning is near
Jumping someone else’s train. 10:15 SATURDAY NIGHT.
But unlike most boys, these brothers waged a battle from birth against an incurable disease that almost took their lives. Korene, their mother, remembers, I knew there was something that was definitely wrong with Cameron. He had excruciating abdominal pain that would not go away. There is no cure for this disease. Chances of survival are low. I had to tell them about the complications that could lead to the death of the boys.
That night, in the hotel room, we sit with Chika between us on the bed. I rub her cheeks. She has been taking liothyronine and super-saturated potassium iodine to block the potential harm to her thyroid.
The Cure was recorded and released quickly - the liner notes state it was recorded in the spring of 2004, and it was released weeks later, at the end of June - and while it never sounds hurried, it never seems carefully considered either, since it lacks either a thematic or musical unity that usually distinguish the band's records. It falls somewhere between these two extremes, offering both towering minor-key epics like the closing "The Promise" and light pop like "The End of the World
|A1||The Baby Screams|
|A2||Play For Today|
|A3||A Night Like This|
|B1||The Hanging Garden|
|B3||In Between Days|
|B4||Let's Go To Bed|
|C1||One Hundred Years|
|C4||Close To Me|
|C5||Boys Don't Cry|
|D1||Six Different Ways|
|D3||Three Imaginary Boys|
|D4||10:15 Saturday Night|
|D5||Killing An Arab|
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