The Cure "Pornography" (1982)
When Three Imaginary Boys came out in the spring of '79, The Cure were one of the most essential bands to emerge from the post-punk wave. With a style as unique as it was effective, Robert Smith quickly freed himself from the aesthetic codes of the genre to build one of the most captivating discographies of his time. Its scope owes much to the unforgettable trilogy of albums Seventeen Seconds, Faith and Pornography.
This meeting takes a look back at the last part of The Cure's great work.
- Course / Workshop