Review #116: Disintegration, The Cure

#116: Disintegration, The Cure

This is the first RS blurb so far that made me genuinely laugh out loud: “According to the kids on South Park, this is the best album ever made. According to many depressive Eighties-minded kids, it’s the only album ever made.” They also say that Robert Smith’s voice “shakes like milk.”

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