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

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:

Type O Negative – Bloody Kisses Review [Video]

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What a great album! I have wanted to cover a Type O Negative album for a looonnngg time, but it is very difficult to objectively review albums from your favorite band. I actually learned a few new things while doing research. One thing I din’t mention in this video is the Bloody Kisses demos. The demo for We Hate Everyone is AMAZING! I actually like it more than the album version.

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.

GothCast Episode 1: The Cure- Beginnings

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The Cure Early

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On the first episode of GothCast we take a look at the beginnings of The Cure. We discuss their albums Three Imaginary Boys, Seventeen Seconds, Faith and Pornography. These first albums show a wide range of sounds and tremendous growth in a short amount of time. Listen to find out what we thought about these classic albums.