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By 1992, Cure live shows were approaching the two-hour-plus mark, with anywhere between 28-30 songs being performed nightly. Small wonder that, when it came to documenting the affair, it required three separate live releases — Show, Side Show, and Paris. Re-creating the original 1993 cassette release, this package pairs the first two named, eighteen songs that Robert Smith once declared represent "the Cure live at their best. There's no better collection of songs ever in our history, than that tour. Everyone was playing so well, I just wanted to capture that." Of course that's a very subjective remark. The newly released Wish album might be one of the band's best-sellers, but it's also one of their most disposable, and too much of Show is taken up by its contents. When the band relax back into their past, however — whether more recent ("Fascination Street," "Lullaby") or ancient (although "The Walk" and "Let's Go to Bed" are as far back as they travel) — it is easy to see why Smith was so excited, with every number boasting a vitality and energy that had, indeed, been absent from past Cure live outings. Still, with so many concert documentaries of the band now on hand, one could easily be forgiven for letting this one pass. Especially when the accompanying Paris offers the same band playing a far more palatable repertoire.


Se formó en: 1976 en Crawley, England

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Entre todas las bandas que surgieron en el período inmediatamente posterior al punk rock a finales de los 70, The Cure fue una de las más duraderas y populares. Como una de las bandas que puso las semillas del goth rock, The Cure creó capas superpuestas de guitarras y sintetizadores. La banda se hizo famosa por sus lentas y sombrías canciones funerarias y por el aspecto macabro de su guitarrista/cantante Robert Smith, pero la imagen pública a veces lograba esconder la diversidad de su música....
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