Bloodflowers

2000 studio album by the Cure / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Bloodflowers is the eleventh studio album by English rock band The Cure. It was first released in Japan on 2 February 2000,[1] before being released in the UK and Europe on 14 February 2000 and then the day after in the US by Fiction Records and Polydor Records. Initially the album was to be released in 1999, as it had been completed by May that year, the record company wanted it to be released “post millennial fever,”.[2]

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Bloodflowers
The_Cure_-_Bloodflowers.jpg
Studio album by
Released2 February 2000
Recorded1998–1999
Studio
GenreGothic rock
Length64:29
Label
Producer
The Cure chronology
Galore
(1997)
Bloodflowers
(2000)
Greatest Hits
(2001)
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Singer and frontman Robert Smith chose to not release any single from the album, against the will of the record company. However, "Maybe Someday" and "Out of This World" were issued as promotional singles to radio in the UK, US, Canada and numerous territories in Europe.

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