GothCast Episode 48 – Peter Murphy Part 1

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Dr.Sanders and Bryan take a look at Peter Murphy’s career after leaving Bauhaus and branching out on his own. This episode covers Dali’s Car, Should the World Fail to Fall Apart, Love Hysteria, Deep, and Holy Smoke. It’s an interesting journey and Holy Smoke does it get good!

4:33 Dali’s Car [1984]
6:11 Should the World Fail to Fall Apart [1986]
22:50 Recent Interesting Goth Stuff AKA R.I.G.S.
43:28 Love Hysteria [1988]
01:00:34 Deep [1989]
01:19:34 Holy Smoke [1992]
01:36:23 Giveaway Information

GothCast Episode 47 – The Danse Society

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Wait…what? A new episode of the GothCast Podcast!? That’s right! I’ve been itching to record an episode for a long time and my friend Bryan has taken on the brave task of being my cohost. The episode ending up being a strange one for a return because The Danse Society are tough to review. Anyway, let me know what you guys think and we’re definitely working on more.

Time Stamps:
3:10 Seduction
13:24 Recent Interesting Goth Stuff
25:35 Heaven Is Waiting
45:50 Looking Through
59:43 Change of Skin

Rosetta Stone – An Eye for the Main Chance Review (Plus Adrenaline) [Video]

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I’m glad I can finally share this review with you guys! I really feel like this album is overlooked by many people who enjoy goth music and I’m happy to spread the word about it.

The new Rosetta Stone album:
https://rosettastoneuk.bandcamp.com/album/seems-like-forever

Watch a live performance by Rosetta Stone in 1991:

Worldwide Gothic Book Review [Video]

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This is my video in celebration of World Goth Day! Hands down, the most Goth Day in the world…right?

I was working on this video this Saturday and I thought it was the 17th. The date was actually the 19th. Then I panicked, paused The Office and finished this video. I hope you enjoy World Goth Day and I’m still baffled as to how this video ended up being 15 minutes long.

Cured: The Tale of Two Imaginary Boys Book Review [Video]

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This week I’m talking about a book I really enjoyed about an artist I really love. Cured: The Tale of Two Imaginary Boys is Lol Tolhurst’s memoir about his time in The Cure and his struggles dealing with the hardships of life….it’s very enjoyable.