This review is from: Cuckoo (Audio CD)
I simply cannot believe how cheap it is to get this album, I would pay an obscene amount for it. It is so bloody good, a must have for all types of music lovers, alternative listeners, goths, rockers, etc. Curve are a band that are so approachable and different, there is no one quite like them. And this album is my favourite, it's in my opinion, their darkest album,with soft and sinister tunes that are so darn sexy and cool. Toni Halliday and Dean Garcia are gods gift to music.
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Initial post: 13 Jul 2011 23:21:26 BDT
Martin Gray says:
I think their third one "Come Clean" was their darkest by far... it wiped the floor with the competition because it was so goddamned abrasive - to the point that it probably alienated many a casual Curve fan (and of course delighted Garbage fans, whose band stole Curve's thunder pure and simple)....and it wasn't until 2002's surprisingly commercial effort "Gift" that Curve made their greatest, most melodic, album, but sadly by that time they were close to calling it a day.
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