Curve ‎– The New Adventures Of Curve

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1 Answers 5:28
2 Till The Cows Come Home 6:54
3 Every Good Girl 7:38
4 Cold Comfort (Deepsky Remix)
Remix – Deepsky
6:24
5 Star
Mixed By – Rob Kirwan
6:45
6 Nice And Easy 3:26
7 Signals And Alibis 7:12
8 Sinner 5:08
9 Joy
Vocals – Dean Garcia
4:25

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Recorded using Mac Pro Tools between Jan/May 2002
Recorded and mixed at Todal 2002
Mastered at the Townhouse

All songs published by CURVE Copyright Control
URL www.curve.co.uk

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L122
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2343
  • Matrix / Runout: E4841 CURVENEW 01 1:1 Technicolor

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Curve The New Adventures Of Curve(9xFile, ogg, Album, RE) Not On Label (Curve Self-released) none UK 2010
none Curve The New Adventures Of Curve(9xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 320) Not On Label (Curve Self-released) none UK 2010
none Curve The New Adventures Of Curve(9xFile, MP3, Album, RE, VBR) Not On Label (Curve Self-released) none UK 2010
none Curve The New Adventures Of Curve(9xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) Not On Label (Curve Self-released) none UK 2010
none Curve The New Adventures Of Curve(9xFile, ALAC, Album, RE) Not On Label (Curve Self-released) none UK 2010

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v1ct0rth3cl34n3r

April 10, 2011

I must pun to commence, I'm afraid; I Feel Love for CURVE. Simple as that. They've been with me since the (very) late '80's, at college (second generation Goth), when a friend of mine (my bass player at the time), shoved a copy of the "Frozen" ep at me. Since then I've amassed a comprehensive, if not complete collection, seen them so many times I honestly can't count them all, and (truly, lamely, deeply) yearned for the often-promised but (as far as i know) never realised gig with Nine Inch Nails...
My utter devotion to Toni & Dean (and Alan) is only tempered by polyamorous relationships with Front 242, My Bloody Valentine, The Ministry of Lard and the Wax Trax (Chicago) scene of the early '90's. All music that inspired me to write and play in various bands in different ways with a multitude of instrumentation. The "Sisters of Mercy" may have taught me that life is far easier with a drum machine and not a drummer, but it was Curve who hooked it up to an MMT8 sequencer; exactly what I was doing (poorly) and gave such passion and grace to the depths of beauty and misery alike. The baring of a soul so complex and vital, soldiering on despite innumerable set-backs and dead-ends but always triumphant, whether lyrically, musically, emotionally and (dare i say) spiritually.
There are no absolutes in a list of favourites of Curve material. From the menace of "Screaming Bird" to the divinity of "I Feel Love", Curve spun magic into every note, every lyric, everything touched by the Hand of Curve turned the most glorious spectrum of black.
So thank you for the journey, it's been quite an experience.
(p.s: please keep writing anyway....?)