"Bloodflowers" is the 11th studio album of influential English post-punk / gothic rock band The Cure.
The album is considered a return to form after the band veered into mainstream alternative rock territory with the critically panned "Wild Mood Swings". According to vocalist and Cure founder Robert Smith "Bloodflowers" is the final installment in a trilogy of similar albums starting with "Pornography" (1982) and "Disintegration" (1989).
"Bloodflowers" was both a commercial and critical success, earning mainly positive reviews and managing to… read more
|Track number||Play||Loved||Track name||Duration||Listeners|
|1||Play on spotify||Out of This World||6:46||91,500 listeners|
|2||Play on spotify||Watching Me Fall||11:12||78,651 listeners|
|3||Play on spotify||Where the Birds Always Sing||5:45||73,873 listeners|
|4||Play on spotify||Maybe Someday||5:06||99,640 listeners|
|5||Play on spotify||The Last Day of Summer||5:36||100,252 listeners|
|6||Play on spotify||There Is No If||3:42||15,895 listeners|
|7||Play on spotify||The Loudest Sound||5:09||67,903 listeners|
|8||Play on spotify||39||7:18||64,843 listeners|
|9||Play on spotify||Bloodflowers||7:31||71,368 listeners|