On this day in history (February 15, 2000), The Cure released their 11th studio album Bloodflowers. While there were no commercial singles off this album, Out Of This World and Maybe Someday were released as promotional singles to radio stations.
On this day in history (February 5, 1980), The Cure released their first compilation album Boys Don’t Cry which contained tracks from the Three Imaginary Boys album (which had yet to be released in the US) plus additional songs from the band’s 1978-1979 era.
On this day in history (February 4, 1983), Echo & The Bunnymen released their third studio album Porcupine featuring the singles The Back Of Love and The Cutter
On this day in history (February 3, 1997), David Bowie released his 20th studio album Earthling featuring the singles Little Wonder, Dead Man Walking, Telling Lies and I’m Afraid Of Americans.
On this day in history (January 31, 1994), Tori Amos released her second studio album Under The Pink featuring the singles Pretty Good Year, God, Cornflake Girl and Past The Mission that featured backing vocals from Trent Reznor
On this day in history (January 30, 1989), New Order released their 5th studio album Technique featuring the singles Fine TIme, Round And Round and Run. This was the bands first album to reach #1 on the UK charts.
On this day in history (January 27, 2004), The Cure released the box set “Join The Dots: B-sides & rarities 1978-2001”. Many of us feel that this is the best collection of b-sides put out by any artist
On this day in history (January 26, 1983), Berlin released their second studio album Pleasure Victim featuring the singles Pleasure Victim, Sex (I’m A), The Metro and Masquerade.
On this day in history (January 16, 1995), Siouxsie And The Banshees released their 11th and final studio album The Rapture, featuring the singles O Baby and Stargazer
On this day in history (January 15, 1990), The Sundays released one of the most beloved albums of all times. Their debut album was called Reading, Writing And Arithmetic and it featured the singles Here’s Where The Story Ends and Can’t Be Sure but really, the album is amazing from top to bottom
On this day in history (January 14, 1977), David Bowie released his 11th studio album Low featuring the singles Sound And Vision, Be My Wife and Breaking Glass
On this day in history (January 8, 2016), David Bowie released his 25th and final studio album titled Blackstar. The album coincided with Bowie’s 69th birthday. Blackstar was recorded in secret and sadly, Bowie died 2 days after it’s release due to liver cancer that he had kept secret from the public