Editor’s Note: As you likely know by now, simply because we won’t STFU about it, a million notable albums are turning 25 years old in 2018. That includes a hefty collection of Boston sounds, as 1993 birthed equally stellar and standout LPs from Belly, The Juliana Hatfield Three, the Bosstones, and The Lemonheads. Fit for inclusion in those noisy guitars are Morphine’s seminal album Cure For Pain, which officially turns 25 this September 14. Last night (February 22) at The Lizard Lounge in Cambridge, Vapors of Morphine — which over the past nine years have carried on Morphine’s legacy, cut short by the tragic 1999 death of frontman Mark Sandman — performed Cure For Pain in its entirety, joined by LP collaborators Ken Winnoker and Jimmy Ryan. Ben Stas was within the depths of the Massachusetts Avenue club for the second of Vapors of Morphine’s two Cure For Pain sets, and you can view his full gallery below. Spoiler alert: Click to the end for the setlist.