The Best Dark Wave and Goth Music Albums (1980-2020) [25000 Subs Special]



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  1. Cool list, not so hidden for us oldies, but gems they are! Haha Ronny from Clan of Xymox once brought me to the Amsterdam trainstation in the morning after a gothnight in a squatted building, me on the back of his bike.

  2. Hey please why i can't Access "The Best Dark Wave and Goth Music Albums (1980-2019) [5000 Subs Special]

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  3. Great list this, but I think the roots of Goth go way further back. In fact the year 1968 with Nico's Marble Index, which has undoubtedly influenced all those early Goth/Post Punk bands such as Siouxsie, JD, Bauhaus, Dead Can Dance etc. This album and the two following lp's Desertshore (1970) and The End (1974) set the tone of what was to follow. Nico and John Cale, as her genius arranger and producer (on the latter two albums), created a whole new musical genre, unheard in music before. If the aera of 1980 until nowadays represents the age of Homo Sapiens, these three albums are the equivalent to Homo Erectus.

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