Disintegration (Remastered) - The Cure

Disintegration (Remastered)

The Cure

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2010-05-25
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12
  • ℗ 2010 Atlantic Recording Corp. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

Disintegration (Remastered) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Plainsong The Cure 5:17
2
Pictures of You The Cure 7:28
3
Closedown The Cure 4:18
4
Lovesong The Cure 3:29
5
Last Dance The Cure 4:44
6
Lullaby The Cure 4:09
7
Fascination Street The Cure 5:16
8
Prayers for Rain The Cure 6:08
9
The Same Deep Water As You The Cure 9:22
10
Disintegration The Cure 8:19
11
Homesick The Cure 7:07
12
Untitled The Cure 6:33

Reviews

  • great album of all time

    5
    By agent_theory
    I had this on vinyl back in the day (it got warped) and then on CD. The official review says it all, except that this is one of the best albums of all time, not just for The Cure or what later becomes the "goth" genre.
  • 🎼🎶🌎♥️ Cured!

    5
    By dreams and nightmares
    Great album, great songs, greater band!!! They will always withstand the test of time.
  • ❤️

    5
    By Trust and Us
    ❤️
  • 10/10

    5
    By Yorick Delano
    For a while I never really understood the hype around the Cure. Sure I thought Friday I’m in Love was a cute song but nothing really mind blowing, but then I heard this album and I totally got it. My personal favorites are the title track, Fascination Street, Same Deep Water As You, Plainsong, Picture of You and Lullaby, but honestly there’s not a single dud on this album, check it out if you haven’t already it’s absolutely worth your time
  • Late cure fan...

    4
    By skaggs15
    The 80’s were Junior High and High School for me. Loved the 80’s but I was a metal head and classic rock guy. Wasn’t open to the alternative, quirky universe of music that surrounded me. But I knew lots of girls that loved The Cure and Depeche Mode. Got into DM several years ago and finally saw them live last year. Amazing. 2019 was my inquisitive introduction to the Cure past the “Hits”. This album is amazing. A couple of songs I can do without but songs like “lullaby”, Pictures of you” and “The same deep water as you” is worth every cent spent on this album. There are other great tracks too such as Homesick, Prayers for Rain, and Disintegration. I can see why a lot of fans call this a masterpiece. It is a gorgeous plethora of music candy. But I now want to experience other highly regarded albums like the Head on the Door, and Kiss Kiss Kiss. I recommend this album to other once upon a time only metal heads such as myself.
  • Masterpiece

    5
    By Sol2652
    Disintegration is one of the best albums to come out of the 80s. There are albums that have great songs in them and then there are albums like Dark side of the moon ok computer Sgt pepper Deloused in the comatorium that’s are perfect. Every song is good and it feels like they are all connected. Like the album has a theme. Disintegration is one of those rare masterpieces.
  • Romantic, Sad, Beautiful

    5
    By Jack Lee
    This is Robert Smith’s Best Album. And he’s got plenty of more great albums before and after this one too. But I can’t think of a more touching, and heartfelt album in his catalog than this one. It will make you cry, smile, and just feel great inside. You can feel his emotions and what he was going through writing and singing these songs. It’s a masterpiece.
  • Perfection

    5
    By DjLouis
    This album is timeless and a must to own!
  • Disintegration is the best album ever

    5
    By sprinklestheory
    This album threatens to drown you in its rich instrumentals right from the very beginning, only for Robert Smith to save you, pulling you up to bemoan your misery before tossing you back in the water, face pushed deep in the best and worst memories of your life. Truly the best album of all time.
  • One of the best albums of all time

    5
    By Cardiac Cat
    The title says it all. This is in their top 3 all time and could easily be argued as their best. It’s also one of the most complete rock, alternative, pop albums ever. It has so much range; it will drag you through a roller coaster of emotions.