sábado, 21 de abril de 2012

Remembering The Legend

Robert Smith of The Cure, c. 1984

Since today fans all over the globe are celebrating the birthday of one of the most legendary man of the history of mankind (admitting I'm one of them), I shall wish a marvellous day to the wonderful Robert Smith, who turns  53 today.

To those who do not know who he is: you should be ashamed. No, just kidding, you actually should, but, he is the lead singer of the alternative/new wave band from the 1980's The Cure.
Smith with his beloved wife, Mary Poole, c. 1985
If you want to know more about them/listen to some of their material, I'll recommend you their 1989 album "Disintegration". A true masterpiece. But, if you're more into brighter music, I recommend "Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me", released in 1987; "Wish" and "The Head on The Door" are one of their lighter/less-melancholic albums.
Anyway, have a good day, Mr. Smith, and you too, lovely reader!
So, I will leave you a few pictures of this amazing poet and musician.

Robert Smith live with The Cure, c. 1984

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