terça-feira, novembro 14, 2006

Música de Hallloween (e não só)

Esta colectânea já vem tarde. Inclui músicas de que tenho falado aqui no blog e que estavam mais actualizadas por altura do Halloween (mas na altura ainda não sabia colar mp3 ;) .

Algumas músicas não estão muito completas e a gravação não é das melhores mas dá para conhecer e apreciar.
Enjoy.

Conteúdo:

??? - Kidneys, Liver, Gallbladder
Adrian Alexis - I want to be a vampire
34 Vampires - Blood In The Mix
Bloody, Dead & Sexy - Bloody Rose
Igor Spectre - Beautiful Dead Little Girl
Zombina and The Skeletones - Nobody Likes You When You're Dead
The Meteors - My Daddy Is A Vampire
New Math - They Walk Among You
Deadbolt - Billy's Dead
Skeletal Family - Trees
45 Grave - Riboflavin Flavored Noncarbonated Polyunsaturated Blood

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5 Comentários:

Blogger caledonia-bay disse...

History of Goth
Modern goth (ignoring where the name itself originally comes from) started in the early 80's as part of the punk subculture (which is itself was a rejection of most societal values, and anything considered part of the 'norm'). The phrase was coined by the band manager of Joy Division, Anthony H. Wilson, who described the band as 'Gothic compared with the pop mainstream'. The term stuck, and as punk eventually died, Goth survived and became its own subculture. The punk clothing and hairstyles mellowed, and the core 'rejection of society' attitude alone lived on in the gothic subculture. Over time this itself has been modified to be more of a 'no more blind acceptance of society's values' as opposed to rejection because it was there to be rejected (and because you could get away with it!).

Movies such as The Crow, and bands such as the Bauhaus helped establish the gothic image as dark, depressing, and even evil. As more and more 'dark' movies came out, numbers in the gothic subculture expanded, and there is now a gothic community in almost every major city around the world, and quite a number of towns have their own representative contingent. Nowdays there are more goth bands around than ever, and it has turned from an 80's phenomenon into a 90's way of life for many people. Unlike the punk subculture that it spawned from, there even exists a class of mature goths, still following the scene around even past their 20's and into their 30's and beyond.

14/11/06 18:40  
Blogger Senhora das Aguas disse...

E que tal abanda sonora do Nightmare before Christmas? Abraço.

15/11/06 14:21  
Blogger Goldmundo disse...

É claro que o band-manager não "coinou" coisa nenhuma. "Gothic" tinha então, há mais de cem anos, um significado preciso, e foi nesse sentido que ele usou a palavra.

16/11/06 13:40  
Blogger gotika disse...

E que tal abanda sonora do Nightmare before Christmas?

Uma colectânea feita por mim para a véspera de Natal? Muito improvável. Eu detesto o Natal. Mas é possível. O ódio também é um instinto criativo.

16/11/06 20:54  
Blogger Senhora das Aguas disse...

:p

17/11/06 15:07  

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