The Cure Anniversary 1978 – 2018: Live In Hyde Park London
CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF ONE OF ENGLAND’S MOST ENDURING BANDS
“Boys Don’t Cry.” “Lovesong.” “Just Like Heaven.” “Why Can’t I Be You.” “Friday I’m in Love.” “Fascination Street.” “Close to Me.” “The Love Cats.” “Let’s Go to Bed.” While other bands of the New Wave era burned out or faded away long before the ’80s came to an end, The Cure has endured, selling more than 27 million records worldwide, being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and helping to establish the genre of Goth Rock (even though lead singer Robert Smith has often dismissed that term). In 2018, the band performed a concert in London’s Hyde Park to mark 40 years in the business, and their longtime video director Tim Pope captured it. The set mixes the band’s biggest successes with fan favorites, making this an ANNIVERSARY worth celebrating.