The Null Device

OK article about The Cure, their latest (and possibly last) album and Robert Smith: (Reuters)
Despite selling 27 million albums and earning millions of dollars, Smith says he tries to lead a normal life. He and his childhood sweetheart, wife Mary, live in a two-bedroom house in West Sussex and he drives a 10-year-old Isuzu.
Actually, death is never far from his mind. In addition to singing about it for the past two decades, Smith subconsciously worries about it every time he enters a building. As a child, he had a recurring dream that he was falling headfirst through the second-floor window of a particular building.

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