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Album Tribute: The Cure’s ‘Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me’ (1987)

No one could’ve anticipated the vast whirling wonder that is Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me. Not even The Cure’s frontman Robert Smith.

Not yet a decade had passed since their 1979 debut album Three Imaginary Boys arrived, but the 27-year-old mastermind behind The Cure had already released six studio LPs, a live album and two compilations of singles and B-sides—not to mention a side project called The Glove and a slew of other songs.

Album Tribute: The National's 'Boxer' (2007)

I thought I knew what I was I doing. I’d lived a year in Manhattan, after all. A 29-year-old California transplant drinking in her dream city—I felt on top of the world.

Except I was sinking. Yes, just “another uninnocent, elegant fall / into the unmagnificent lives of adults.”

My first year getting to know New York City was nothing short of revelatory, and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of my newfound entanglement. But after being situated in a prewar, doorman co-op in Midtown East’s secret, secluded Tudor City (with a predominantly septuagenarian population, I might add), I was ready to do what every New Yorker does—hustle my way to that next better thing. Something bigger, cheaper, nicer.
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