FLOWERS OF LOVE

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Diary (2005)


Deluxe Remaster Series 1.0


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On 2 May 2005, deluxe editions of Seventeen Seconds, Faith and Pornography were released in the United Kingdom.

Line-up Changes


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The Cure official website has announced that Perry Bamonte and Roger O'Donnell left The Cure on 24 May 2005.

Live @ Launch


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The Cure will be playing live at music.yahoo.com on 15 June 2005 their exclusive performance. In May 2005, they recorded Fire In Cairo, M, The Drowning Man and The Figurehead at Westside Studios in London with the producer Mike Hedges.

Four other songs Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds, Faith and Pornography are scheduled for an upcoming iTunes special.

Also The Cure will be contributing a cover version of a John Lennon song to Amnesty International.

Live @ Launch


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Now you can watch The Cure's classic song The Figurehead and new interview with Robert Smith on music.yahoo.com

Quartet


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Porl Thompson is back!

Live @ Launch


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Another The Cure's classic song M is up on music.yahoo.com

In Between Days


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On 30 June 2005, Helter Skelter Publishing published new book called In Between Days: An Armchair Guide To The Cure, written by Dave Thompson.

Live 8


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The Cure have played tonight at French Live 8 at Esplanade du Chateau in Versailles, France with a new four piece line up.

Summer Festivals


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In the Summer of 2005, The Cure did nine festivals appearances in Spain, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, Hungary, Germany, Greece and Turkey.

Single Remaster Series 1.0


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New digitally remastered single CD editions of Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds, Faith and Pornography were released today in the United Kingdom.

Wishful Thinking


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On 8 September 2005, Independent Music Press published new book called Robert Smith: The Cure & Wishful Thinking, written by Richard Carman.

Never Enough


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On 10 September 2005, Omnibus Press published new book called Never Enough: The Story of The Cure, written by Jeff Apter.

Make Some Noise


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Three-piece Cure recorded a cover version of John Lennon's song Love this May at Westside Studios in London, with the producer Mike Hedges. Now it's available at Amnesty International website for 99 cents.