The Cure: Trilogy (Live In The Tempodrom Berlin November 2002) is a double live album video by The Cure, released on two double layer DVD-9 discs, and later on a single Blu-Ray disc. It documents The Trilogy Concerts, in which the three albums, Pornography (1982), Disintegration (1989) and Bloodflowers (2000) were played live in their entirety one after the other each night, the songs being played in the order in which they appeared on the albums…
After recording one of their darkest albums, 1983's The Top, the Cure regrouped and shuffled their lineup in 1984 and ended up changing their musical direction rather radically. While the band always had a pop element in their sound and even recorded one of the lightest songs of the '80s, "The Lovecats," The Head on the Door is where they become a hitmaking machine. The shiny, sleek production and laser-sharp melodies of "Inbetween Days" and "Close to Me" helped them become modern rock radio staples and the inspired videos had them in heavy rotation on MTV.
The Cure could be found in a mix of holding pattern and seemingly constant activity in 2011, with an irregular series of world-wide performances of the band's first three albums and a slew of guest appearances and one-offs by Robert Smith on his own and with other performers standing in for either new or reissued albums. But there was also a one-off headlining performance at the Bestival in the U.K. that summer, resulting in the band's first official live album since the Show and Paris releases of 1993.
Blank & Jones is one of Germany's most successful DJ and recording duos and they are back in stores with a new album called "The Singles." This greatest hits collection is a definitive must-have for all B&J fans, trance fans, and music lovers alike and features a bonus DVD containing all their video clips. Even though ATB and Paul Van Dyk have garnered more attention than their compatriots in the music scene, the duo has managed to release seven albums, three mix albums, and have obtained fifteen hit singles under their belts. On The Singles CD you will find rare tracks such as "Sunrise" and "Nightclubbing" sitting next to two new, exclusive tracks. The CD also covers the whole history of the act, from their early chart successes such as "Cream" and "A Forest" with Robert Smith from The Cure to their current new singles "Catch" and "Revealed," with each song having been digitally remastered.