Only the most obsessed fan would cross an ocean to see a rock concert, right? Well, call me "incurable." Last November I spent a week in Berlin, Germany, solely to attend the Cure's Trilogy concerts at the Tempodrom. The band performed three of its darkest albums, Pornography (1982), Disintegration (1989), and Bloodflowers (2000), in order, in their entirety, plus encores. This three-hour-plus show was performed on two consecutive nights, and shot with 12 high-definition video cameras. (The ...

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