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Born on November 8th, 1957, in London, England.
Boris Williams is a drummer who had worked with various artists, including [a=Thompson Twins], [a=Kim Wilde] and [a=Strawberry Switchblade] before joining [a=Cure, The] in 1984.
Williams helped The Cure recording the studio albums "The Head On The Door", "Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me", "Disintegration", and "Wish". During this period he was also part of the group's live line-up.
Williams left the band in 1993 and then started [a=Babacar (2)] with his then girlfriend [a=Caroline Crawley]. He briefly reunited with The Cure for the acoustic recording of the "Greatest Hits" compilation in 2001, but he did not rejoin them officially. He was also present at some of the sessions for the Cure's 2004 album, simply titled "The Cure".