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Open navigation menu. Close suggestions Search Search. User Settings. Particularly Bowie and Roxy Music as well. That whole glam thing from the early 70s. That pretty much summed up our youth at that school. I though that was pretty accurate, that film. That was another one. I was fascinated by the drum sound that that guy would get in the Dave Clark Five because there was all this echo.
A massive drum sound. Flagpole Magazine. In the beginning, he [David J] sculpted haunting, lo-fi moods steeped in post-punk cadences and lyrics written using William S. Burroughs' cut-up technique — randomly selecting words and placing them together. The atmosphere for the rest of the trip was dark and heavy. In his book, Kerouac applies this to his own ecstatic experience in the French capital, describing the revelation as the 'kick in the eye'. This phrase would inspire the title of our next single, and the funk-driven track would point the way to the next evolutionary stage of the band.
Peter's interesting lyric drew on Greek mythology, referencing Theseus and the labyrinth, but there was another mythic figure with whom we would soon feel an affinity: the androgynous god of wine, excess, and ecstatic madness, Dionysus.
Bauhaus was always much enamoured of the glorious style of Mr Oscar Wilde, and the spirit of this perennial hero still resides over today's reincarnation. Peter Murphy. Archived from the original on 9 September Retrieved 8 September Archived from the original on 21 July Ventura County Reporter. Archived from the original on 7 April Archived from the original on 3 March Retrieved Double Dare - Bauhaus - Swing The Heartache - The BBC Sessions (Cassette) November Retrieved 27 January Type O Negative.
Archived from the original on 19 November Retrieved 5 March It is Type O Negative's gothically tinged metal, reared on a steady diet of Bauhaus and Sisters Of Mercy, which never takes itself too seriously, that has garnered them critical and commercial success. Retrieved 17 December Archived from the original on 17 November The Boston Globe on articles. Shinko Music Publishing Company, Ltd. Buck-Tick Zone. Retrieved 30 August When asked what was the one album that changed your life, Atsushi declared it was this album.
Bauhaus in particular, were huge influences to Buck-Tick. Favorite Darkwave Band". Vice Media Group. Retrieved 13 October Mike VanPortfleet: The roots of what became Lycia actually go all the way back tobut it wasn't until that I really gave it a serious push.
But that naturally didn't lead to anything because there was a lack of original creative focus. InI got a four-track cassette recorder, and that really opened the door. Very soon after the style and writing became influenced more and more by earlier recorded Lycia material, and that just fed on itself, and led to what became our unique sound. Retrieved 15 September The Kansas City Star. Archived from the original on 2 July Retrieved 2 July Q: "What or who else influenced the Cult?
Misfits Central. Future Publishing Limited Quay House. The San Francisco Appeal. Archived from the original on 11 December Retrieved 7 December Under the Radar. Archived from the original on 12 December Gothic Rock. Oskar Terramortis. Retrieved 5 September Archived from the original on 8 June Retrieved 12 December Da Capo Press.
Archived from the original on 2 April Retrieved 3 August Steve Albini: "They [Bauhaus] are a fantastic band. I saw a show of theirs, they played a rehearsal space in Chicago called the Space Place and Naked Raygun opened the show and yeah it was an absolutely astonishing show. I love their early singles and their first album, I think it's fantastic. I think that first album is a masterpiece and I think their singles are incredible.
Dangerous Minds. Guitar Work. Manson: Bauhaus is one of our absolute favorite bands. Marilyn Manson — 'Bauhaus was like a hard cock in a dimly lit room filled with vampires. This book is told firsthand by one of the reckless few that created such an important and unusual genre of music. Their odd, witchy songs snaked themselves all the way from whence they came into my temporal lobe and impacted on what I ended up becoming as an artist. Bauhaus has been a major influence of mine over the years.
Their sound, look and style made me want to start a band. One of the first tours we were on was with Peter Murphy — a hero of mine. To share the stage with these guys now is truly an honor. Vice Media LLC. The other important thing that happened when I went to college was I finally had access to college radio. I never realized how much shit was out there. I discovered Bauhaus after they'd broken up and Joy Division and Throbbing Gristle and tons of shit that I just didn't know existed.
You know that feeling where you find a new band you haven't heard of, then you discover them and you realize they have like three albums out? To me that's a great feeling because you can't wait to digest and absorb them.
Well, that was happening with, like, 30 bands to me in college. It felt very inspiring to be a music fan. Archived from the original on 8 October Retrieved 8 October Skinny Puppy: The Secret History. Having discovered the industrial-grade thumping and noise terrorism of UK bands such as Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire, and the moodiness of Bauhaus, Joy Division, early New Order and Depeche Mode, Key and Ogre set about creating their own brand of electronic attack.
Flaming Lips' Zaireeka. Their first EP fromself-released and pressed in a run of 1, vinyl copies, was influenced by darker UK rock on the goth end of the spectrum, bands like Bauhaus and Echo and the Bunnymen.
Retrieved 10 July Everything is in this song: teenage dreams, the desire to leave and the music that saves us Everitt, Matt 16 February Retrieved 9 May Retrieved 23 May Archived from the original on 9 June Retrieved 22 September JH: "Love And Rockets and [their predecessors] Bauhaus are both among my favourite bands and I've always loved that song because I loved the way a band could go from being goth-punk into mainstream.
Archived from the original on 8 September Courtney: 'Listen to the first Bauhaus album and you'll instantly get it. Bauhaus were massive for me — they changed my life like no other band, other than Devo. Penske Business Media. Brooklyn Vegan. There are artists that I find just mesmerizing in the way they capture my imagination, whatever I might be doing when some of their songs are randomly played, and Bauhaus is one of those bands.
Skope Entertainment Inc. As far as music I listened to growing up, I was all about the Motown stuff. Otis Redding, Al Green, etc. Jane's Addiction: In the Studio. Rock N Roll Books. Cleopatra Books. Eric Avery: "When you sit down to write about a band like Bauhaus you are handcuffed by the fact that all the perfect descriptions for Bauhaus have been overused to describe lesser bands. They were a dark, sexual theatrical band that made music that is timeless. Music that didn't sound likeback then, any more than it sounds like now.
It's the flicker of a film projector. It's the shout down the cone of a carnival barker. It's the slither of a leather constraint. It is music that stands outside of time. It is a beautiful, surprising and singular as it ever was and will continue to be for the same reason.
There has truly, to me, quite literally, never been a band like Bauhaus. Perry Farrell: "Bauhaus roared across a musical moment in time that too few people were fortunate enough to be part of. For those who embraced the darkness, they were innovators of the morose in the league of Edgar Allan Poe. Using sound the way others use the colour spectrum, leaving us permanently dyed with their brave recordings. Haskins shines a penetrating light on a missing link in music history with stories of band dysfunction and genius songwriting; allowing us in on the dismantling of goth's most legendary freakshow.
Archived from the original on 18 May Retrieved 2 June Double Dare - Bauhaus - Swing The Heartache - The BBC Sessions (Cassette) about that just spoke to me, like, "I don't know what this is, but this has to be great. Archived from the original on 13 October Chicago Tribune. Archived from the original on 30 October Archived from the original on 3 May Retrieved 3 May ECW Press. By when A Neon Rome started, punk was considered dead. Las Vegas Weekly. Retrieved 9 Double Dare - Bauhaus - Swing The Heartache - The BBC Sessions (Cassette) MTV Networks Interview.
Interviewed by Loder, Kurt. A lot of the songs are complete Bauhaus rip-offs. The Age. Archived from the original on 12 May By the age of 19 he still hadn't found a band to solo in, and had grown bored with the headbanging genre. He started listening to music that he wasn't immediately inspired to play himself, like Wagner and Beethoven, or gothic groups such as Bauhaus and Sisters of Mercy.
Retrieved 5 December Billboard-Hollywood Reporter Media Group. Archived from the original on 12 June Retrieved 29 May But today they stopped by The A. The band revealed they are actually huge fans of Bauhaus, and their bassist plays fret-less a la Bauhaus' David J.
They are also working on another record that is heavily inspired by the late '70s and early '80s and both Bauhaus and Bowie are among the biggest influences. Archived from the original on 6 December Les Inrockuptibles. Retrieved 25 November I started to follow the topicality, in particular the English groups. Jello Biafra — 'In many ways, Bauhaus were the darkest and deadliest of Britain's post-punk pioneers.
Instead of overkill, they were the masters of underkill and spine-tingling tension. Then they got famous. Now, David J. Haskins reflects on both personal and collective evolution and how to rise from the ashes the right way when a truly great band breaks up. And to think it all started in a vacuum, far away from the lights of London, in a sleepy market town in the Midlands.
It's amazing how far people can go when they're not afraid of their own intelligence, curiosity, and new ideas. I don't think he's done, either. Juice Magazine. Archived from the original on 10 October Retrieved 31 August Interviewer: 'Who else influenced you? Korn: Life in the Pit. Still, in those days, it wasn't easy being Jonathan Davis.
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