Never Enough: The Story of The Cure

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Omnibus Press, 2009 - Rock groups - 340 pages
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Author Jeff Apter traces their roots from middle-class Sussex documenting in detail their gradual rise to fame. Details the full story of Robert Smiths defection to Siouxsie & The Banshees and his drug problems. Compiled from dozens of interviews, including exclusive discussions with co-founders Lol Tolhurst and Michael Dempsey and various members of the band. Includes many photographs and comprehensive discography.

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Review: Never Enough: The Story of the Cure

User Review  - Christie - Goodreads

This is a terrible book. Poorly researched and highly biased (sorry, Jeff, but I wasn't interested in reading your opinions). Save your time and money. Read full review

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User Review  - Pete - Goodreads

This book is full of inaccuracies, poorly edited ( the photo captions are rife with spelling errors), and should be avoided at all costs. When Apter is describing the music, he writes like a man who ... Read full review

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