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Posts tagged ‘The Cure’

I fell into the punk thing fairly late in my adolescence. My teen years were the back half of the Eighties, and were mostly spent in a self-imposed bubble of Sixties pop and soul music. The life-altering epiphanies of the Repo Man soundtrack didn’t happen until the spring of 1989, when I seventeen years old […]

On the last afternoon of 1991, I picked up a used copy of The Cure’s first singles compilation. I bought it because I knew the woman I was dating had been a fan of the band and it seemed like a handy way to better understand her. I was wrong, mainly because I confused “had […]

Almost forty posts in and we’ve reached the last day of 1991 and the birth of The Walk. The Walk came about for two reasons: My chronically impoverished pal Leech’s lack of subway fare and a need to kill time. In this case, the clock being run down was for a New Year’s Eve party […]

No matter how close or in sync you imagine yourself to be with a loved one, shop there are still going to be irreconcilable differences between you and your soulmate. I’m not referring to dealbreakers involving political viewpoints or opposing personal aspirations, prostate but those little reminders that mutual compatibility will never trump individual identity. […]

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