Ultimate Music Guide: The Cure

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The latest Uncut Ultimate Music Guide is a 148-page celebration of the wayward genius of Robert Smith and The Cure, the band he formed nearly four decades years ago and which almost from the very beginning of their illustrious career he seems to have almost every year promised to walk away from, even as they have become one of British rock’s most enduring and fascinating musical institutions.
As ever, we’ve braved the cobwebby dungeons in which the archive copies of Melody Maker and NME reside to return from those depths with the greatest Cure interviews from the last 36 years to reprint them in our Ultimate Music Guide, alongside revealing new reviews by the current team of Uncut writers, who bring their forensic attention to every Cure album. All this, plus a wealth of rare pictures, discographies, a complete collectables guide and that’s The Ultimate Music Guide: the Cure. . .Just Like Heaven!

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Founded in 1995 and initially a trio, Glasgow’s Mogwai made their debut with “Tuner/Lower”, a self-pressed seven-inch in thrall to Slint and Codeine. They...