The most flawlessly flawed lo-fi album ever made.
Simple, catchy, raw melodies framed by Barlow's warm yet hollow voice, lyrics shrouded in pain and confusion.
While emotion is at the forefront throughout Bakesale, the lyrics are never cliché, they are sung with a nervous modesty, making them genuine and believable.
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Set up for a let-down
These things happen all the time
And I'm not longing to explore it again
I'm too scared of what you'll find
The Cure, a band who coined the term "Gloomrock", certainly live up to their reputation with the 1989 release of Disintegration. The album is flooded with haunting, morbid overtones. Every song possesses an upbeat sadness, a paradox Robert Smith represents expertly with his melancholy howls.
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