Category: Classic Rock

Strange Attraction (Strange Mix) - The Cure - Lullaby For Rothenburg (CD, Album)

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  1. Arashira says:
    I'm only thirteen but I have done research on EVERYTHING there is to know about the greatest band of all time, The Cure. I once read in a Robert Smith interview that songs like "Strange Attraction" meaning, songs about losing love, are fictional fears he has about losing his wife Mary.
  2. Gunos says:
    Compiling the various tracks from the UK singles for Gone!, Strange Attraction not only wisely returns to the one-single-only US format for Cure releases, but provides a nice adjunct to the likes of Mixed Up with its wide stylistic range of remixes. Noted UK dub pioneer Adrian Sherwood handles two separate mixes of the title track; if he doesn't turn them into the harrowing rumbles of his own 6/
  3. Vijas says:
    Strange attraction spreads it's wings It varies but the smallest things You never know how anything will change Strange attraction spreads it's wings And alters but the smallest things You never know how anything will fade So alone into the cold new year without another word from her I wrote to ask if we could maybe meet again before the spring.
  4. Maulabar says:
    General CommentThis song has always reminded me of "Mint Car," as though that should've come first, then "Strange Attraction" on the album. It sounds like "Mint Car" was written in the rapture of the initial relationship, then "Strange Attraction" written in hindsight. You get a .
  5. Kecage says:
    Catch Just Like Heaven Hot Hot Hot!!! Lullaby Fascination Street Lovesong Pictures of You Never Enough Close to Me [Closet Remix] High Friday I'm in Love A Letter to Elise 13th [Swing Radio Mix] Mint Car [Radio Mix] Strange Attraction [Album Mix] Gone! [Radio Mix] Wrong Number This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
  6. Tekasa says:
    "Let's Go to Bed" is a song by English rock band the Cure, released as a stand-alone single by Fiction Records in November In the aftermath of the dark Pornography, Robert Smith returned from a month-long detox in the Lake District to write the song, the antithesis to what the Cure currently represented. It was later included on the album Japanese Whispers.
  7. Dihn says:
    For some reason I started picking up 90s Cure CD singles. I guess I wanted the remixes that were omitted on the beautiful b-sides on Join the Dots: B-Sides & Rarities > - The Fiction Years box set. While I rather enjoyed The 13th, "Strange Attraction" falls gardanakalenfefyn.xyzinfo one thing it kicks off with the straightforward album version of the title track.
  8. Zulkir says:
    Strange Attraction Lyrics: It started with a dedication / Lost in admiration - happy birthday - I'm forever yours - blossom / Faded red inside a tiny book of butterflies / I smiled surprised at.

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