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Post-punk innovators and goth style mavens.
The name The Cure has stood for a group of teenage musical schoolmates, a legendary act commanding 10 million television viewers during a live performance, and everything in between. The band's sound has been called post-punk, gothic rock, new wave, and alternative - but as from man Robert Smith says, it's all just "Cure music." More on rockhall.com...
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All books pertaining to the Cure can be found here.
In Between Days by
Call Number: ML421.C86 T46 2005
Publication Date: 2005-10-01
Never Enough by
Call Number: ML421.C86 A68 2007
Publication Date: 2007-11-01
The Cure by
Call Number: ML421.C86 B37 1988
Publication Date: 1988-10-01
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All archival items pertaining to the Cure can be found here.
Laura Peskin Collection
Contains handbills, postcards, and 45 rpm record sleeves for various artists.
Jane Scott Papers
Rock critic for the Plain Dealer, 1952-2002. Interview notes, photographs, promotional materials, and set lists.