Three Imaginary Boys while a fine album, didn’t have much resemblance to the sound we would get to know The Cure for. It is kinda crazy how big of a stylistic departure this album is from their debut. Even though only one year had passed before the two projects, they completely reinvented themselves here. Gone is the zany post-punk of their debut, here they completely embrace their signature dark atmospheric gothic rock sound.
This record sounds haunted, perhaps perfectly exemplified by ... read more