Reviews of The Cure's 2000 album Bloodflowers.
AMG All Music Guide: Bloodflowers
Stephen Thomas Erlewine's review.
Metacritic: Bloodflowers
Multiple critic and user reviews for Bloodflowers by The Cure.
Music-Critic.com: Bloodflowers
Peter Naldrett's review: "this is a tight new release from The Cure and while it's difficult to see where any hit singles are going to come from, the album is a credit to their realism and creativity."
Rolling Stone: Bloodflowers
Arion Berger's review: "The album's soft, chewy center, five songs' worth, never varies in rhythm or pace and depends mostly on hard strumming for propulsion." 2.5 stars.
Canoe: Bloodflowers
Jane Stevenson's review: "while the general consensus is that these gloom rockers haven't reached the same musical heights in the '90s as they did in their '80s heyday, their gloriously melancholy and pretty goth-pop sound still works for me." (February 13, 2000)
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