Various ‎– The Suicide Girls (Black Heart Retrospective)

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1 Ministry Every Day Is Halloween 6:26
2 Gene Loves Jezebel Desire (Come And Get It) 3:07
3 Echo & The Bunnymen With A Hip 3:05
4 Alkaline Trio Lucretia My Reflection
Written-By [Uncredited] – Andrew Eldritch
4:26
5 The Cult She Sells Sanctuary 4:06
6 Bauhaus She's In Parties 5:36
7 The Cure One Hundred Years 6:36
8 Killing Joke Love Like Blood 6:44
9 Skinny Puppy VX Gas Attack 5:23
10 Siouxsie & The Banshees Cities In Dust 3:35
11 Love And Rockets It Could Be Sunshine 4:57
12 Nine Inch Nails The Wretched 5:25
13 Nitzer Ebb Murderous 5:39
14 Joy Division She's Lost Control 3:47
15 Atmosphere (2) Don't Know How Much 2:57

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Track 4 "Lucretia My Reflection" is a cover song, originally written and performed by The Sisters Of Mercy, appearing on the 1987 album "Floodland".

Apnea, Bee, Katie & Posh appear courtesy of SuicideGirls.com.

© & ℗ 2005 Epitaph

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 4577-86733-2 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 045778673322
  • Matrix / Runout: 8/9/05 86733-2 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L794
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2D4G

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cartermansfieldcj

cartermansfieldcj

September 12, 2015

Well this has some really good stuff, but it's no match for the Saw IV soundtrack or Asleep by Dawn. It's trying to just capitalize on that really mainstream concept of Goth, but it's lacking.
Nitzer Ebb ~ Murderous : well it's on That Total Age. So if you like Nitzer Ebb at all, you probably have that CD...
Nine Inch Nails ~ The Wretched : well again. The most popular Nine Inch Nail CD. The Fragile. I mean, the transition from early NIИ to new NIИ is what this is trying to tackle, but why not Deep or even a remix of Starfuckers, Inc?

Then my favorites.

Killing Joke, The Cure, Skinny Puppy, and Joy Division. I mean, these stand out to me, I personally enjoy the variety, and it actually recently got me into a few new "goth" bands.