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Bloodflowers
Bloodflowers cover
Studio album by The Cure
Released February 15, 2000
Recorded 1998 - 1999
Genre Gothic Rock, Alternative Rock
Length 64:29
Label Fiction
Producer(s) Paul Corkett,
Robert Smith
Professional reviews
The Cure chronology
Galore
(1997)
Bloodflowers
(2000)
Greatest Hits
(2001)

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Contents

History

Bloodflowers is considered by many Cure fans to be a return to the band's roots, after the stylistic departure of Wild Mood Swings. It is the third and final album in Robert Smith's "trilogy", of the three albums he feels most express The Cure. In 2002, the band performed Pornography, Disintegration, and Bloodflowers in their entirety to a Berlin audience, and released the recording on DVD in 2003, titled The Cure: Trilogy. Wild Mood Swings is the tenth studio album by British alternative rock band The Cure, released in 1996 (see 1996 in music). ... Pornography is the fourth studio album by British alternative rock band The Cure, originally released in 1982 and re-mastered and re-released in 2005. ... Disintegration is the eighth studio album by rock band The Cure, released in 1989. ... This article is about the capital of Germany. ...


It was meant to be the band's final album, with Trilogy being the end. However, that turned out not to be the case.[1]


Bloodflowers was a moderate success, debuting at #16 on the US Billboard Album Chart, eventually selling 300,000 copies in America. In early 2001 it was nominated for the Grammy Award of Best Alternative Music Album.


Track listing

All songs by Robert Smith/Simon Gallup/Perry Bamonte/Jason Cooper/Roger O'Donnell

  1. "Out of This World" – 6:44
  2. "Watching Me Fall" – 11:13
  3. "Where the Birds Always Sing" – 5:44
  4. "Maybe Someday" – 5:04
  5. "The Last Day of Summer" – 5:36
  6. "There Is No If..." – 3:44
  7. "The Loudest Sound" – 5:09
  8. "39" – 7:20
  9. "Bloodflowers" – 7:31
  • "Coming Up" is a bonus track on the Australian and Japanese versions of Bloodflowers. It does not appear on any other CD versions but appears on all vinyl versions.

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Extra Track

  1. "Spilt Milk" – 4:53 is a bonus track only available through the internet.

Complete Session

  1. "Possession" – 5:17 was released in the Join the Dots box set.
  2. "Just Say Yes" - was released in the Greatest Hits collection.
  3. "You're So Happy!" – A cover version by a Cure Tribute band circulates P2P networks.
  4. "Heavy World" – is speculated to be released on the Bloodflowers reissue in 2007.
  5. "Everything Forever" – is speculated to be released on the Bloodflowers reissue in 2007.

Promos

No commercial singles were released from Bloodflowers, but two promotional singles were released to DJs and radio stations.

Out of This World is a promo only release from The Cure, from the 2000 album Bloodflowers. ... Maybe Someday is a promo only release from The Cure, from the 2000 album Bloodflowers Tracklisting Maybe Someday (Edit) Maybe Someday (Album Version) Maybe Someday (Hedges Remix) Personel Robert Smith: vocals, guitar Simon Gallup: bass Perry Bamonte: guitar Roger ODonnell: keyboards Jason Cooper: drums Categories: | ...

Personnel

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Production

  • Producer: Paul Corkett, Robert Smith
  • Engineers: Paul Corkett, Sacha Jankovich
  • Mixing: Paul Corkett, Robert Smith
  • Mastering: Ian Cooper
  • Project coordinator: Daryl Bamonte
  • Photography: Perry Bamonte, Paul Cox, Alex Smith
  • Logo: Alexis Yraola

Charts

Album - Billboard (North America) Billboard is a weekly American magazine devoted to the music industry. ...

Year Chart Position
2000 The Billboard 200 16
2000 Top Internet Albums 2

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
2000 "Maybe Someday" Modern Rock Tracks 10
The Cure
Robert Smith | Porl Thompson | Simon Gallup | Jason Cooper
The Cure personnel
Discography
Studio albums: Three Imaginary Boys | Seventeen Seconds | Faith | Pornography | The Top | The Head on the Door | Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me | Disintegration | Wish | Wild Mood Swings | Bloodflowers | The Cure
Live albums: Concert | Entreat | Paris | Show | Trilogy | Festival 2005
Compilations: Boys Don't Cry | Japanese Whispers | Standing on a Beach / Staring at the Sea | Mixed Up | Galore | Greatest Hits | Join the Dots
EPs: Half an Octopuss & Quadpus | Lost Wishes | Five Swing Live
Related bands: Malice | Easy Cure | Cult Hero | The Glove | Fools Dance | Presence | Babacar | Levinhurst

  Results from FactBites:
 
CD REVIEW : The Cure - "Bloodflowers": Legends Magazine, Issue 98 (878 words)
Bloodflowers, for the most part, is a guitar album with many textures; aside from Smith's trademark Fender - acoustic rhythms, potent rock-riffing and searing guitar solos add flavor and substance to each song.
Bloodflowers, like Pornography and Disintegration, is consistent in tone and theme; in fact every song seems to be played in the same key.
Bloodflowers is essential listening for diehard Cure fans, and older Cure fans who gave up along the way should give it a change too.
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