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. He's taking a year off to finish the next Cure album, then to work on a solo project.

Robert lived in Blackpool until he was three and then his family moved to Horley, Surrey, England where he later attended St.

Whatever you thought of the fashion, the 80s fuelled some absolute bangers.

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It was the band’s first single to reach the Top 10 in the UK, peaking at number seven and.

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The ever-inquisitive Bowie proposes boredom or overfamiliarity as the reason behind Smith’s reluctance, but Smith instead points to the. Robert Smith may be the most underrated rock guitarist of all time.

uk/the-cure-robert-smith-favourite-songs-1980s/ mostly for my own reference timbo · Playlist · 30 songs · 282 likes Robert Smith's 30 Favourite Songs from the '80s - playlist by timbo | Spotify.
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He lived in, and loved, the town of Socorro for 38 years.

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Aug 8, 2022 · On 3 and 4 April 1980 at the Rainbow Theatre in London, Robert Smith and Matthieu Hartley (also of the Magspies, Cult Hero and by this time, the Cure) were among the many guest members of a unique line-up of the Stranglers to play two protest concerts for Hugh Cornwell, who had been imprisoned on drugs charges in late 1979. He was the third of four children (Richard, 12 July 1946, Margaret, 27 February 1950, and Janet, 30 August 1960). Soundtrack: Judge Dredd.

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Oct 16, 2014 · Unfortunately, it ends up looking quite the same as everyone else’s. .

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Obituaries can vary in the amount of information they contain, but many of them are genealogical goldmines, including information such as: names, dates, place of birth and death, marriage information, and family relationships.

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" - Robert SmithRobert Smith chats to Richard Skinner about why he left Siouxsie.

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