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Cure and announced
On Tuesday 27 September, The Cure was announced as a nominee for 2012 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In the NME ’ s cover article for March 2012, The Cure announced that they would be headlining a series of summer music festivals across Europe, including the Leeds / Reading Festival.
In late 2009 Schecter issued a press release which announced a limited edition Robin Finck signature guitar based on the Ultra Cure and Ultra III models was entering production.
On February 25, 2006, 4Kids Entertainment announced broadcasting and distribution rights for Pretty Cure in the United States, though never produced an English version of it.
In March, 2006, Hofstetter and Razor & Tie announced the April 4 release of " Cure for the Cable Guy ," a 45-minute CD / DVD that featured a cover with a Larry the Cable Guy Doll hanging by a coax cable.
" Open House Party Trivia Tidbit: Only one song has ever " Made It " by 100 %... that was " Friday I'm In Love " by The Cure and was announced on air by Open House Party intern, Jeff Docherty back in 1992.
As a result, a special ticket package was announced to go on sale November 7, with all proceeds going to Shirts For A Cure Project, which benefits the Syrentha Savio Endowment.

Cure and their
Smoothing the edges of their style in the direction of New Wave, several post-punk bands such as New Order ( descended from Joy Division ), The Cure, and U2 crossed over to a mainstream U. S. audience.
The 1979 first single " Killing an Arab " by The Cure was recorded at the same time as their first LP in the UK, Three Imaginary Boys ( 1979 ) but not included on the album.
The Cure have released thirteen studio albums, 10 EPs and over thirty singles during the course of their career.
The Cure released their debut single " Killing an Arab " in December 1978 on the Small Wonder label as a stopgap until Fiction finalised distribution arrangements with Polydor.
An early NME article on the band wrote that The Cure " are like a breath of fresh suburban air on the capital's smog-ridden pub-and-club circuit " and noted " With a John Peel session and more extensive London gigging on their immediate agenda, it remains to be seen whether or not The Cure can retain their refreshing joie de vivre.
The Cure released their debut album Three Imaginary Boys in May 1979.
The Cure set out on their first world tour to promote both releases.
" The Cure then embarked on their worldwide " Top Tour " with Thompson, Anderson, and producer-turned-bassist Phil Thornalley on board.
In 1998 The Cure contributed to the soundtrack album for The X Files feature film as well as the Depeche Mode tribute album For the Masses, with their cover of " World in My Eyes ".
With only one album left in their record contract and with commercial response to Wild Mood Swings and the Galore compilation lacklustre, Smith once again considered that the end of The Cure might be near and thus wanted to make an album that reflected the more serious side of the band.
In 2001, The Cure left Fiction and released their Greatest Hits album and DVD, which featured the music videos for a number of classic Cure songs.
The band released their twelfth album The Cure on Geffen in 2004, which was produced by Ross Robinson.
In December a live DVD, entitled The Cure: Festival 2005 including 30 songs of their 2005 Festival tour was released.
The Cure began writing and recording material for their thirteenth album in 2006.
" It was with the video for " Let's Go to Bed ", their first collaboration with director Tim Pope, that The Cure would become noted for their videos.
Several references to The Cure and their music have been made in popular culture.
* The Cure – Greatest Hits ( songbook containing 20 of their best, transcribed note-for-note with tab, chord symbols and complete lyrics ), Hal Leonard Corporation ( May 2002 ) ISBN 0-634-04667-5
Moreno's influences include such bands as The Cure, Bad Brains, The Smiths, My Bloody Valentine, Cocteau Twins, Duran Duran, The Smashing Pumpkins, Depeche Mode, Helmet, Jawbox, Faith No More, Hum, Kool Keith, Alice in Chains, Tool, Jane's Addiction and Weezer, and claims that Deftones ' 2006 album, Saturday Night Wrist, is more of a compromise between all of the members ' influences, ranging from their brutal and brooding heavy signature seen on Adrenaline and Around the Fur to the more experimental sound heard on White Pony and Deftones.
" However, while The Crawley Goat Band may have been Smith's first regular group, he would have been just thirteen when he and his Notre Dame schoolmates gave their first one-off performance together as The Obelisk ; an early incarnation of what would eventually become The Cure.

Cure and 2007
Health and medical propaganda films include The Pace That Kills ( 1935, cocaine ), The Terrible Truth ( 1951, Sid Davis, anti-marijuana / heroine ), Case Study series by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation ( 1969, amphetamines, barbituates, heroine, LSD ), Hoxsey: Quacks Who Cure Cancer ( 1988 ) about the Hoxsey Therapy, The Beautiful Truth ( 2008 ) about the Gerson method for treating cancer, the anti-vaccine The Greater Good, Burzynski The Movie: Cancer Is Serious Business ( 2010 ), and Michael Moore's Sicko ( 2007 ) about the health care industry.
CIBC also won this award in 2006 and 2007 for the Run for the Cure.
* The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure by Chris Prentiss ( Power Press, 2007 ) ISBN 0-943015-44-8
** Futari wa Pretty Cure Splash Star ( 2006 – 2007 )
Pretty Cure 5 ( the 5 refers to there being " 5 " members ) ( 20072008 )
Pretty Cure 5: Great Miracle Adventure in the Mirror Kingdom ( 2007 )
He retired in June 2010 and was replaced by Kimberly Earle, who had been CEO of Susan G. Komen for the Cure since 2007.
* Thaddeus Pope & Ellen Waldman, Mediation at the End-of-Life: Getting Beyond the Limits of the Talking Cure, 22 Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 143-194 ( 2007 ).
* Broadway's Greatest Gifts: Carols for a Cure Volume 9, 2007
He reprised that role on the show's sixth season finale on May 17, 2007, as well as the episodes " Bizarro " and " Cure " in the seventh season and the episodes " Odyssey ", " Prey " and " Bulletproof " in the eighth season.
On 31 October 2007 Cester performed alongside Powderfinger & Missy Higgins in Concert for a Cure ( for women with breast cancer ).
Previous crusades have included: “ How Much Daylight Are We Really Saving ,” a recommendation for a revised Daylight Saving Time schedule ( 2007 ); “ Why is Good Service So Hard to Schedule ,” recommending that service providers offer more specific timeframes when scheduling home visits ( 2006 ); “ A Kinder, Gentler Nation ,” urging readers to exercise more common courtesy ( 2003 ); “ Saturday: The Trick to Making Halloween a Real Treat ,” advocating that the observance of Halloween be moved to the last Saturday in October ( 1999 ); “ A Cure for Doctors ’ Office Delays ,” demanding more prompt medical service and calling for a “ Patients ’ Bill of Rights ” ( 1996 ); and “ Pennies Make No Sense ,” which sought to eliminate the penny, and to permanently replace the dollar bill with less costly-to-produce dollar coins ( 1989 ).
* The Cure ( 2007 )

Cure and North
The first known written recipe for a dish of the name ( as ' hagese '), made with offal and herbs, is in the verse cookbook Liber Cure Cocorum dating from around 1430 in Lancashire, North West England.
From 24 July to 29 August, The Cure headlined the Curiosa concert tour of North America.
During the 1980s, Sire achieved mainstream status after having launched the recording careers of Madonna ( its biggest act ), Ice-T, Depeche Mode, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Pretenders and The Cure in North America.

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