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  1. Pornography was an American punk rock band, from New York, featuring Make Out vocalist Leah Hennessey, singer-songwriter Ryan Adams and drummer Johnny T. Yerington. They disbanded in 2014. The band released its debut EP, 7 Minutes in Heaven, on April 21, 2013 on Adams' label, PAX AM.

    • 2013–2014
    • Ryan Adams, Leah Hennessey, Johnny T. Yerington
    • Background and Recording
    • Music and Influences
    • Release and Reception
    • Legacy
    • Live Performances
    • Track Listing
    • Personnel
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    Following the band's previous album, 1981's Faith, the non-album single "Charlotte Sometimes" was released. The single, in particular its nightmarish and hallucinatory B-side "Splintered in Her Head", would hint at what was to come in Pornography. In the words of Robert Smith, regarding the album's conception, "I had two choices at the time, which ...

    Regarding the album's musical style, NME reviewer Dave Hill wrote, "The drums, guitars, voice and production style are pressed scrupulously together in a murderous unity of surging, textured mood". Hill further described it as "Phil Spector in Hell". Trouser Press said about the track "A Short Term Effect": it "stresses ephemeralness with Smith's e...

    Pornography was released on 4 May 1982. The album debuted and peaked at No. 8 on the UK Albums Chart, staying on the chart for nine weeks. Fiction owner Chris Parry found "The Hanging Garden" to be the album's only potential single, and after being "polished" by Thornalley and Smith, it was released as a single on 12 July, reaching No. 32 on the UK...

    Retrospective views of Pornography have been far more favourable. In his biography of the Cure, Never Enough: The Story of the Cure, Jeff Apter wrote that it "turned out to be the kind of album—just like Lou Reed's Berlin or Bowie's coke-fueled Low—that required some distance and a good few years of music history to be really appreciated". In 1995,...

    In the period preceding and following the release of Pornography, the group started to develop their trademark image of big hair, smudged makeup and black clothes. Smith applied lipstick smeared around the eyes and the mouth.Under the lights, the lipstick melted, making it look, as Smith later put it "like we'd been smacked in the face". It was sup...

    All songs written by the Cure (Robert Smith, Simon Gallup and Lol Tolhurst) Side A 1. "One Hundred Years" – 6:40 2. "A Short Term Effect" – 4:22 3. "The Hanging Garden" – 4:33 4. "Siamese Twins" – 5:29 Side B 1. "The Figurehead" – 6:15 2. "A Strange Day" – 5:04 3. "Cold" – 4:26 4. "Pornography" – 6:27

    The Cure 1. Robert Smith– vocals, guitar, keyboards, cello ("Cold"), production, engineering 2. Simon Gallup– bass guitar, keyboards, production 3. Lol Tolhurst– drums, keyboards ("One Hundred Years"), production Technical 1. Phil Thornalley– production, engineering assistance 2. Mike Nocito – engineering 3. Michael Kostiff – sleeve photography 4. ...

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    • 4 May 1982
  2. Pornography Lyrics. The overpowering gloom of Pornography serves as a chronicle of “an extremely stressful, self-destructive period” of the band, especially for Robert Smith. He told Rolling...

  3. Pornography is the fourth studio album by English rock band the Cure, released on 4 May 1982 by Fiction Records. Preceded by the non-album single "Charlotte Sometimes", it was the band's first album with new producer Phil Thornalley, and was recorded at RAK Studios from January to April 1982. The sessions saw the band on the brink of collapse, with heavy drug use, band in-fighting, and ...

  4. 4 de mai. de 2022 · Pornography became The Cure’s first epitaph as it were; it literally destroyed the band and a break and a complete rethink was the only way to save Smith’s sanity. So he had no other option but to indeed ‘fight this sickness’ and reconsider his future with the band.

  5. Check out our album review of Artist's Pornography on Rolling Stone.com. ... Unfortunately, that trick is also the most overused one in the band’s tiny repertoire, and it tires quickly.

  6. Pornography was an American punk rock band, from New York, featuring Make Out vocalist Leah Hennessey, singer-songwriter Ryan Adams and drummer Johnny T. Yerington. They disbanded in 2014. The band released its debut EP, 7 Minutes in Heaven, on April 21, 2013 on Adams' label, PAX AM.