In-Its-Entirety Tour Du Jour: The Cult, Love

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For their 25th anniversary, the Cult will play their classic album Love in its entirety.

The 1985 album was the last gasp of the Brit band's goth-romantic roots before they morphed into a classic-rock squad with a rotating lineup.

Love is the disc with college-rock classics like "She Sells Sanctuary," "Rain," "Nirvana" some other swell tunes, plus a handful of tracks that aren't as good as you remember. Still, though, should be a hella cool show.

Stay tuned to C-Notes for U.S. tour dates. —D.X. Ferris

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