In The Name Of Darkness

In The Name Of Darkness - A compilation featuring 30 gothic tracks from Bauhaus, The Cure, The Sisters Of Mercy, Siouxsie & The Banshees, The Mission, and other exciting bands.It’s time to release the bats, enter the dance floor, and celebrate World Goth Day while listening to 30 gloomy tracks from the likes of The Sisters Of Mercy, The Cure, The Mission, Siouxsie & The Banshees, and Bauhaus. Enjoy!

Playlist

  1. The Sisters Of Mercy – Temple Of Love (1992)
  2. The Merry Thoughts – Second Generation
  3. Ulterior – Body Hammer
  4. Miserylab – Void
  5. Angels Of Liberty – Sophia
  6. Rosetta Stone – Adrenaline
  7. The Mission – Deliverance
  8. Pretentious, Moi? – Living Dead And Undecided
  9. Elusive – Gemini
  10. Clan Of Xymox – Jasmine & Rose
  11. Eyes Of The Nightmare Jungle – Shadow Dance
  12. Fields Of The Nephilim – Moonchild
  13. Tiamat – Brighter Than The Sun
  14. Suspiria – Allegedly, Dancefloor Tragedy ’08
  15. Antichrisis – Ocean’s Too Wide
  16. Mono Inc. – Sleeping My Day Away (D-A-D cover)
  17. 13 Candles – In The Name Of Darkness
  18. The March Violets – Snake Dance
  19. Legion Within – Mouth Of Madness
  20. Fangs On Fur – Fangs On Fur
  21. Skeletal Family – Hands On The Clock
  22. The Stompcrash – The London Fog
  23. The Eternal Fall – The Sounds Of The Night
  24. The Cure – One Hundred Years
  25. Siouxsie & The Banshees – Cascade
  26. Balaam And The Angel – Two Into One
  27. Bauhaus – Bela Lugosi’s Dead
  28. Christian Death – Angels & Drugs
  29. Ex-Voto – Slice Of Life (Bauhaus cover)
  30. Paradise Lost – Erased
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2 Responses

  1. PeterG says:

    HOLY CRAP is the GothDay mix amazing! LOVE LOVE LOVE the show. I know it’s not easy to come up with constant shows, so there is MUCH appreciation to your work and shows. THANK YOU!!!!!

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