jimjam Posted August 20, 2014 Share Posted August 20, 2014 Any fans here? Both of their two albums would make my ''top ten albums'' list, probably even my top five. Whenever something tragic happens to someone in a band, there's always a lot of press coverage and so they suddenly become more well-known and famous, but I think in JD's case, they were getting there anyway. Had they have gone to America that May in 1980, I think people would've sat up and took note a little more. God, what could their next album have been like? I feel so sad that Curtis couldn't find the peace he so desperately wanted and needed when alive, but at least we have his beautiful lyrics to remember him by. I don't think I'm biased when I say he was one of the best lyricists of the past century. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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