Seventh studio album from Britain's new romantic legends The Cure. Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me was originally recorded between 1986 and 1987, and was the band's most successful album to date. It's an eclectic collection of songs that found Robert Smith reaching further into pop territory than he had on previous albums. The song writing is unrestrained, taking everything The Cure had done in the past and rolling it into one gigantic, sprawling album. Includes the songs: "Catch," "Why Can't I Be You?," and "Just Like Heaven." Eighteen tracks in all. Released by Elektra on 180 gram double vinyl.
- 180 gram double vinyl pressing
- music label: Elektra 1987 / 2016
reviewed by smeared mascara 05/2016
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