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Robert Smith - Robert Smith & His Tames album mp3
  • Performer:
    Robert Smith
  • Title:
    Robert Smith & His Tames
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  • Date of release:
    July 10, 2006
  • Duration:
    6:51
  • Size FLAC version
    1296 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1942 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1567 megabytes
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    4.2
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    854
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Photos: Robert Smith Through the Years. You have a habit of retiring after each Cure album, yet here you are. In the past, we’ve done incredibly long tours for months and months at a time, and you get sick of everyone around you. It just drives you insane, and the easiest way out, you feel at that moment, is just to disband everything, dissolve everything and to just walk away from it. I don’t feel that this time. I actually feel very enthusiastic about the band at the moment

Smith/Marshall - Robert Smith & His Tames (CD NEW)Label: Cd Baby. Com/IndysFormat: CDRelease Date: 11 Jul 2006No. of Discs: 1UPC: 634479343032Album Tracks1. There's a Thrill Upon the Hill2. Tell us if something is incorrect. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer.

Robert James Smith (born 21 April 1959) is an English singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He is the lead singer, guitarist, t, primary songwriter, and only continuous member of the rock band the Cure, which he co-founded in 1976. He was also the lead guitarist for the band Siouxsie and the Banshees from 1982 to 1984, and was part of the short-lived group the Glove in 1983

Robert Smith looks remarkably well for a man who's spent the morning in a graveyard: eyes the colour of retouched travel-brochure sky, healthy pallor and bearing, and brandishing a bottle of Evian. The cemetery is, it should be mentioned, a TV-sitcom graveyard, making it quintessential Robert Smith, as the sad-on-the-outside, happy-on-the-inside picture of him has come to replace the Gloomy Gus persona he's usually attributed with. In a lot of ways, Smith isn't that different from the alarmingly self-possessed, determined 20-year-old I met after a Cure show in London, in the early spring of 1979. Smith has hit his stride now, and there's something reassuring about having achieved that level of success and still having these pet peeves, these hate objects that haunt the mental mantelpiece like Jeff Koons objets d'art.

Robert Smith is an English musician and the lead singer of the British rock band, ‘The Cure. This biography of Robert Smith gives detailed information on his profile, childhood, life and timeline. Smith went on a UK tour along with Steve Severin of ‘Siouxsie and the Banshees’, in 1979, for promoting their second album, ‘Join Hands’. In 1980, Michael Dempsey left the band and Simon Gallup, a bass guitarist and Matthieu Hartly, a keyboardist joined the group. This was when Robert, along with his band, released their third album, ‘Seventeen Seconds’, with their single, ‘A Forest’ becoming a hit. Continue Reading Below. From July 1982 to February 1985, Smith had to shoulder the entire recording process of ‘The Cure’

Robert F. Smith, Austin, Texas. From unsung hero, Reverend James Lawson delivers his take on America, injustice and the Black Freedom Movement. Our fathers have fought the good fight for us, we must continue by registering and voting in these midterms – This is Be Woke.

According to Smith there was no discussion about what the resulting image should look like or what they would do: ‘I had my look in mind. He had his light in mind. That was al. (Smith 2010, . 51. Indeed, apart from his self portraits, Smith was Mapplethorpe’s most photographed subject. During this particular shoot twelve pictures were taken, one of which was used as Smith’s album cover. In 1988 Mapplethorpe also shot the cover for Smith’s album Dream of Life. Further reading Richard Marshall, Robert Mapplethorpe, London 1988. Joan Didion, Some Women: By Robert Mapplethorpe, London 1992, p. –3.

Credits

Robert Smith - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 There's a Thrill Upon the Hill Robert Smith 3:34
2 Finger Popping Time Robert Smith 3:17