Chapter Six: 90’s Goth Hits

Just like it says on the (clove cigarette) tin, this time around Ed and Justin explore some of their favorite goth hits of the 90s. Learn about how bands like The Damned made the transition from punk to undead rockers, hear some early tunes from Rosetta Stone and Bella Morte, and become one with nature while experiencing some of Inkubus Sukkubus’s dark magic. We hope you enjoy the journey!

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The Tracklist:

1 – “Gutter Glitter” by Switchblade Symphony from the album Serpentine Gallery (1995)

2 – “Testify” by The Damned from the album Not of This Earth (1994)

3 – “An Eye for the Main Chance” by Rosetta Stone from the album An Eye for the Main Chance (1991)

4 – “Heart of Lilith” by Inkubus Sukkubus from the album Vampyre Erotica (1997)

5 – “Psycho Magnet” by London After Midnight from the album Psycho Magnet (1995)

6 – “The Man Upstairs” by Aurelio Voltaire from the album The Devil’s Bris (1998)

7 – “The Rain Within Her Hands” by Bella Morte from the album Where Shadows Lie (1999)

8 – “Red Right Hand” by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds from the album Let Love In (1994)

9 – “The Sparrows and the Nightingales” by Wolfsheim from the album No Happy View (1992) Requested by Brian Dunigan

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