Looks like it’s after midnight and we just happen to be in London for this episode. So let’s take a look at the first album from London After Midnight and see if it’s romance has successfully held my heart close after all these years. (and no, I wasn’t actually in London when I filmed this episode)
This is my third and final part in my series of videos on The Batcave. Blue Sunshine is what I feel is a completely underrated album and one that deserves to be heard.
This is part two in my series on the original Batcave. This time I take a look at the two compilation albums released in 1983 that celebrate the Batcave spirit.
It’s time for some goth history! I hope you enjoy this look at The Batcave and it’s impact on goth culture today.
The making of this video was easily my most difficult to date. There was so much information and I had to compile it from so many different sources that it took around 3 months before I had actually started filming it. I’m really happy with the way it turned out and I think it accomplished exactly what I wanted it to.
It’s time to talk about the always controversial Sisters Of Mercy. We discuss each of their studio releases from First and Last and Always to Vision Thing and even their compilations albums from the nineties. The Sisters are a band hard to disassociate from front-man Andrew Eldritch and the discussion does delve into his infamous decisions throughout the band’s career. We hope you enjoy this at times very heated discussion.
3:15 First And Last And Always
20:58 News Segment
43:21 Vision Thing
53:52 Some Girls Wander By Mistake
55:12 A Slight Case Of Overbombing