Goth

Apparently this is the first Goth record. Personally, I would say it is one of the great post-punk bands of its time. I think I heard this back in the late 90’s for the first time and I thought it was great but I had to decide and took Seventeen Seconds from The Cure home instead of this one. In the years that passed, I never found a copy on vinyl, until last week.

The songs itself are great but I can understand that it needs to sink in a bit before you really appreciate the music. I always loved the artwork, it is very iconic and I spotted from a mile away.

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