Playlist: Booty Music for 80s & 90s Artsy Alternative Types

This mix is exactly what the title says. It’s meant to be listened to all the way through, in order, without skipping. (I realize this is an antiquated practice, but I made it in 2002. I made a CD tray card and cover for it and everything. #getoffmylawn)

The albums these are taken from are solid, too.

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Black Metal Friday: Curezum “One Hundred Years” and “The Top”
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As a huge fan of both The Cure and black metal, I was ecstatic to learn of the existence of today’s featured Black Metal Friday artist. Curezum is a new band that offers up their own black metal take on covers of songs by Robert Smith and company. The name is an amalgam of The Cure and Norwegian black metal pioneers Burzum.

The project consists of Mort Subite (Megaton Leviathan, Vaital Deul, Alfheimr), Martti Hill (Barrowlands), legendary metal producer Billy Anderson, and Rob Vikernes, along with numerous guests. Their forthcoming debut album is titled A Monument to a Ruined Age.

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$5 MP3 Album Deal: The Cure ‘Greatest Hits’
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As part of Amazon’s monthly $5 MP3 album deal for February 2013, The Cure‘s Greatest Hits is on sale for only $5. To me, it’s a steal at this price but if you would like a physical copy of The Cure’s Greatest Hits, the CD is available for only $9.99.

Arguably one of the greatest prog-rock bands that exploded in popularity in the early 1980s, The Cure has been an alterna-pop juggernaut for decades. Greatest Hits, originally released in 2001, is a celebration of their first 25 years of music and features not only two formerly unreleased tracks, but also contains 16 tracks that Robert Smith (lead vocalist) hand picked himself.

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