A Life Less Lived: The Gothic Box [Explicit Lyrics]

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"Gothic rock" -- the eyeliner-obsessed offshoot of early '80s post-punk -- has been critically maligned even as it's taken root all over the world. Well, on the strength of this three-CD-plus-DVD box set, it may be time to revise the canon with a kinder eye toward the subculture, which boasts a rich musical history and an ongoing line of bands and enthusiasts. Some of the bigger names included here, such as post-punk stalwarts Joy Division, the Cure, and Echo & the Bunnymen, aren't recognized as exclusively "Goth" bands, but stylistically they donned the same garb, and their sound formed the bulwark upon which subsequent bands would build. With gloomy synths and ...
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Barnes & Noble - Lydia Vanderloo
"Gothic rock" -- the eyeliner-obsessed offshoot of early '80s post-punk -- has been critically maligned even as it's taken root all over the world. Well, on the strength of this three-CD-plus-DVD box set, it may be time to revise the canon with a kinder eye toward the subculture, which boasts a rich musical history and an ongoing line of bands and enthusiasts. Some of the bigger names included here, such as post-punk stalwarts Joy Division, the Cure, and Echo & the Bunnymen, aren't recognized as exclusively "Goth" bands, but stylistically they donned the same garb, and their sound formed the bulwark upon which subsequent bands would build. With gloomy synths and jarring guitars, leather-filled wardrobes, and chilly lyrics obsessing on death, shattered hearts, and Romantic and religious imagery, early Goth bands truly captured a mood -- yet one that was curiously danceable, thanks to the emergence of drum machines and drummers who aped them. A Life Less Lived: The Gothic Box collects tracks from some of the most recognizable names of Goth -- Bauhaus and its many, many offshoots, the Sisters of Mercy, the Birthday Party, Cocteau Twins, Dead Can Dance -- most of whom have previously been reluctant to participate in anthologies like this one, making this box particularly accurate and comprehensive. Surprising to some might be the musical breadth represented here, from the art-rock leanings of Dali's Car a duo of Bauhaus singer Peter Murphy and Japan bassist Mick Karn to the '60s pop idolization of the Jesus & Mary Chain and Flesh for Lulu, to the punk-inspired fury of the Misfits and the Damned. Another interesting tangent traced here is the morphing of Ian Astbury's Southern Death Cult the primitive-sounding "Fatman" to the Death Cult the comparatively chiming "God's Zoo" to the Cult the throbbing mid-'80s hit "Rain". But the standout tracks don't come solely from the known quantities; you'll also hear memorable tracks by groups last heard on vinyl: "Christian Says" from Bauhaus offshoot Tones on Tail; "Walking on Your Hands" by Red Lorry Yellow Lorry; "Heaven Is Waiting" by Danse Society; and "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" by Specimen. Capping off the musical offerings is a true-to-the original cover of the Cure's "The Hanging Garden" by contemporary flag-bearers AFI. The set's DVD gathers a dozen essential video clips from the biggest names of the genre -- any fan worth his pancake makeup simply must own the scene anthem "Bela Lugosi's Dead." The accompanying 60-page booklet features essays, testimonials from the artists, extensive track notes, photographs, and -- as if to show the compilers' own Gothic funny bone -- tips on "How to Dance Gothic" and "10 Essentials for Putting on a Proper Goth Night." Marrying Goth touchstone tracks with plenty of surprises which stand up surprisingly well, A Life Less Lived captures the heart and soul of the genre. Despite its best intentions, Goth lives on.
All Music Guide - Thom Jurek
By the gods, here it is, the much vaunted "definitive" Gothic rock compendium from the packaging and licensing elves at Rhino Records. A Life Less Lived will certainly be a candidate for the best packaging award at the Grammy Awards for 2006. As unlikely and as unsettling it is -- for those who live by the black rose of Goth and wish to remain underneath their sad rock in the dark garden of marginality -- without even considering the music or video inside it, this box set stands out as something that perhaps might be sold at your local S&M pleasure palace emporium. Why? Well, for one, it's all assembled inside a black vinyl corset. Only the sticker reveals its contents as it boasts those band names sure to offend every parent who shops at the local mega mart that insists on labeling a CD's contents; names such as Alien Sex Fiend, Christian Death, Fields of the Nephilim, and more adorn the red, black and white sticker. Pasted, of course, in prominent view. Musically, this is a mixed bag. Liz Goodman produced this set and for the most part, she did an excellent job. There are some problematic selections, and of course the stuff that's not here is just as troubling, but then that's what themed various artist box sets are about. Disc one kicks off with Joy Division's "Dead Souls." While it's true that the overwhelming majority would look to JD as one of the penultimate Goth progenitors, it's still an argumentative choice. What about Bauhaus? Yep -- but with a caveat later. The Sisters of Mercy? Uh huh. March Violets? Of course. Danse Society? You bet. Virgin Prunes? OK, but that's only part of what they were about as a band. The point is, so many of these selections may have been embraced by those who love Goth music, but weren't bands that necessarily tried -- or even wanted to -- appeal to that gloom and doom rock & roll subculture. Another instance: the Misfits "Halloween" is here, but nothing from former frontman Glenn Danzig's Black Aria project -- which is overtly Gothic music. The Misfits, the Damned, the Jesus and Mary Chain, Echo & the Bunnymen, Throbbing Gristle, Einstürzende Neubauten, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, the Birthday Party, Ministry, and the Chameleons U.K. just don't belong here. The Cure is deeply arguable as well. And then there's the sheer volume of post-Bauhaus projects included here. You get the original, but was it necessary to include Tones on Tail, Love and Rockets, Dali's Car, or Peter Murphy's or "Blitz" as he was known to the late John Peel and Daniel Ash's solo properties? There are some genius choices here too, though, such as Kommunity FK's "To Blame," .45 Grave's "Party Time," the Cranes' "Starblood," and Rose of Avalanche's "Dreamland," are just a few. There are some rather interesting choices in London After Midnight's "Kiss," Red Lorry Yellow Lorry's "Walking on Your Hands," and Ghost Dance's "The Grip of Love." Much of the standard fare is here as well: "Bela Lugosi's Dead" is here on DVD, as is "She's in Parties," "Snake Dance" by the March Violets, the Cocteau Twins' "Blood Bitch," and tracks by Flesh for Lulu, Gene Loves Jezebel, Xmal Deustschland, Sex Gang Children, and Southern Death Cult. It's great as far as it goes. But what about all the bands on the Projekt label, the longest running, willfully Goth project out there for almost two decades? These are the most obvious omissions, but there certainly are others. Where is Mass and the other half-a-dozen 4AD bands who most certainly were Goth? It appears that Goodman was too selective in places and not subjective in others. The DVD is killer, however, with its video selection, even if some of them don't necessarily belong in Goth terrain. Seeing Fields of the Nephilim here with Moonchild, the Sisters of Mercy's "Lucretia My Reflection," and the Mission U.K.'s "Deliverance" all in a row is brilliant. Love and Rockets' "Ball of Confusion," and the Jesus and Mary Chain's "Head On" are great even if they don't belong here. The Cult's live "Spiritwalker" before the band became some kind of headbanging biker "Steppenwolf Jr" or something is also a nice pick. Ending with Siouxsie and the Banshees' "Cities in Dust" is another great choice. The Nick Cave video is great, but again, it just doesn't belong here and the same goes for Ministry's "Stigmata." The booklet in this package is a thing to behold in and of itself. It's gorgeous in terms of design and presentation -- it's stitched, not just glued. There are essays by Goodman, Goth maniac Mick Mercer, Dave Thompson did the track by track, Alternative Press' Jason Pettigrew has a very entertaining essay called "The 'G' Word: Artists Address the 'Goth' Tag," and Sue Lott and former Big Chief guitarist Phil Durr wrote a very fine "Hiss and Hearse: Two Tales from the Goth Side. There is also a section entitled "The Lighter Side of Goth," with essays on "How to Dance Gothic" and "Ten Essentials for Running a Proper Goth Night." There is an arguable discography at the back, as well. A Life Less Lived is most likely of interest for those fans who already have all this music anyway, but are interested in A: seeing it one place in a lush and very handsome package, and B: feel that they've finally been vindicated by the mainstream. As for being a cultural document of stature, history will decide that, but this is the first thing of its kind that's actually been worth the fuss.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/19/2006
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227337421
  • Catalog Number: 73374


Disc 1
  1. 1 Dead Souls (4:55)
  2. 2 Charlotte Sometimes - The Cure (4:12)
  3. 3 She's in Parties - Bauhaus (5:44)
  4. 4 Temple of Love (7:41)
  5. 5 Christian Says - Tones on Tail (3:42)
  6. 6 Mutiny in Heaven (4:15)
  7. 7 Spellbound - Siouxsie and the Banshees (3:17)
  8. 8 Fatman (3:45)
  9. 9 Mirror People (4:05)
  10. 10 Power (4:42)
  11. 11 Now I'm Feeling Zombified (9:16)
  12. 12 Snake Dance (4:08)
  13. 13 Walking on Your Hands (2:38)
  14. 14 Kiss Kiss Bang Bang - Specimen (4:19)
  15. 15 Wasteland - The Mission UK (4:46)
  16. 16 The Grip of Love - Ghost Dance (3:07)
  17. 17 His Box - Dalis Car (4:39)
Disc 2
  1. 1 The Weeping Song (4:23)
  2. 2 Exterminating Angel - The Creatures (5:49)
  3. 3 God's Zoo (3:25)
  4. 4 Heartache (4:22)
  5. 5 I Go Crazy (3:50)
  6. 6 Cuts You Up - Peter Murphy (5:27)
  7. 7 Open Your Eyes (3:28)
  8. 8 Heaven Is Waiting (3:44)
  9. 9 All My Colours (4:02)
  10. 10 Don't Fall (4:04)
  11. 11 Dreamland (3:58)
  12. 12 Fall (2:28)
  13. 13 Coming Down Fast (2:55)
  14. 14 Muscoviet Musquito (4:31)
  15. 15 Incubus Succubus II (4:47)
  16. 16 Starblood - Cranes (3:37)
  17. 17 Ardera Siempre (4:51)
  18. 18 Blood Bitch (4:36)
  19. 19 The Arcane (3:46)
Disc 3
  1. 1 Rain - The Cult (3:57)
  2. 2 Away - The Bolshoi (4:55)
  3. 3 Watch Without Pain - Rubicon (4:39)
  4. 4 Pagan Lovesong (3:28)
  5. 5 Morning Dew - Einstürzende Neubauten (4:53)
  6. 6 Hamburger Lady (4:09)
  7. 7 To Blame (5:22)
  8. 8 Melody Lee (2:07)
  9. 9 Romeo's Distress (3:16)
  10. 10 Party Time - Grave (3:17)
  11. 11 Kiss (6:22)
  12. 12 Dieche - Alien Sex Fiend (4:30)
  13. 13 Assimilate (6:57)
  14. 14 Halloween - Misfits (1:47)
  15. 15 Tomorrow's World (5:27)
  16. 16 So What - Ministry (8:13)
  17. 17 The Hanging Garden - AFI (4:22)
Disc 4
  1. 1 Lullaby - The Cure
  2. 2 Bela Lugosi's Dead - Bauhaus
  3. 3 Lucretia My Reflection
  4. 4 Moonchild
  5. 5 Deliverance - The Mission UK
  6. 6 Ball of Confusion
  7. 7 Head On
  8. 8 The Killing Moon
  9. 9 Where the Wild Roses Grow
  10. 10 Stigmata - Ministry
  11. 11 Spiritwalker - The Cult
  12. 12 Cities in Dust - Siouxsie and the Banshees
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rikk Agnew Guitar
Nick Cave Keyboards, Vocals
Chris Connelly Background Vocals
Mick Karn Bass, Keyboards
Peter Murphy Vocals
Paul Nash Guitar
Daniel Ash Bass, Guitar, Vocals
David J Bass
Gavin Friday Vocals, Track Performer
Paul Roessler Keyboards, Vocals
Andi Sexgang Vocals, Xylophone
Stiv Bators Vocals
Captain Sensible Guitar, Keyboards
Cosey Fanni Tutti Guitar, Vocals, Tape
Youth Bass, Vocals
Pandora Drums
Rozz Williams Vocals
Bernard Albrecht Guitar
Ian Astbury Vocals
Jay Aston Guitar
Michael Aston Vocals
Blixa Bargeld Guitar, Vocals
Paul Barker Bass
George Belanger Drums
Peter Bonas Guitar
Mick Brown Drums
Mark Brzezicki Drums
Nick Chown Bass
Peter Christopherson Tape, Machines
Mark Chung Bass
Paul Jay Clark Keyboards
Jaz Coleman Keyboards, Vocals
Matt Cope Guitar
Ian Curtis Vocals
Paul B. Cutler Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Glenn Danzig Vocals
Billy Duffy Guitar
F.M. Einheit Machines
Andrew Eldritch Vocals
Tom Ellard Tape
Mark Francombe Guitar
Elizabeth Fraser Vocals
Simon Gallup Bass
Genesis P-Orridge Bass, Clarinet, Violin, Vocals
Marcus Gilvear Drums
Robin Guthrie Guitar
Alexander Hacke Guitar
Douglas Hart Bass
Mick Harvey Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Percussion, Vocals, Vibes
Kevin Haskins Drums
Simon Hinkler Guitar
Peter Hook Bass
Wayne Hussey Guitar, Vocals
Brian James Guitar, Background Vocals
Jan Kalicki Drums
Jon Klein Guitar, Vocals
Nick Marsh Guitar, Vocals
Patrick Mata Guitar, Vocals
Ian McCulloch Guitar, Vocals
James McGearty Bass
John McGeoch Guitar
Kevin Mills Bass, Vocals
Ronny Moorings Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Nivek Ogre Synthesizer, Voices
Jerry Only Bass
Les Pattinson Bass
Brendan Perry Guitar, Vocals
Tracy Pew Bass
Kid Congo Powers Guitar
Chris Reed Guitar, Vocals
Jim Reid Guitar, Vocals
William Reid Guitar
Pete Rizzo Bass, Piano
Will Sergeant Guitar
Rat Scabies Drums
Steven Severin Bass, Guitar, Keyboards
Robert Smith Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Paul Statham Guitar, Keyboards
James Stevenson Guitar, Keyboards
Trevor Tanner Guitar, Vocals
Laurence Tolhurst Drums
Dave Tregunna Bass, Background Vocals
Dave Vanian Vocals
Algy Ward Bass
Anka Wolbert Bass, Vocals
Tim Wright Bass
Thomas Wydler Drums
Machine Drums
cEvin Key Synthesizer, Bass, Percussion, Drums, Tape, Metal Percussion
Siouxsie Sioux Guitar, Vocals, Toy Piano
Eddie Branch Bass
Terl Bryant Percussion, Drums
Mark Burgess Bass, Vocals
Paul Ferguson Drums
John Lever Drums
Manuela Rickers Guitar
Don Wright Drums
Mrs. Fiend Keyboards
Craig Adams Bass
Gary Marx Guitar
Richard Steel Guitar
Ben Gunn Guitar
Will Heggie Bass
Nigel Preston Drums
Jamie Stewart Bass, Strings, keyboard bass
Rob Graves Bass, Vocals
Don Bolles Drums
Donna McKevitt Vocals
Peter Yates Guitar, Keyboards
Trevor Sharpe Drums
Kelly McCusker Viola
Ben Golomstock Guitar
Carl McCoy Vocals
Matt Chaikin Drums
Wolfgang Ellerbrock Bass
Nik Fiend Vocals
Arthur Googy Bass
Davey Havok Vocals
Anja Huwe Vocals
Tony Pettitt Bass
N.U. Unruh Percussion
Manuela Zwingman Drums
Fiona Sangster Keyboards
Alison Shaw Bass, Vocals
Reg Smithies Guitar
Dave Fielding Guitar
Dinah Cancer Vocals
Tom Ashton Guitar
Sean Brennan Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Olli Wisdom Vocals
Adam Carson Drums
Jonathan Trevisick Drums
Chris Carter Keyboards, Tape, electronics
Leon Phillips Bass
James Mitchell Drums
Douglas Avery Drums
Loz Elliott Bass
Terry MacLeay Guitar
Phillip Morris Vocals
Rob Stroud Drums
Barry Jepson Bass
Anne Marie Hurst Vocals
Chris Oldroyd Drums
Rosie Garland Vocals
Simon Denbigh Vocals
Lyndon Scarfe Keyboards
David Burrows Guitar
Haq Quereshi Drums
Mary D'Nellon Percussion
Michael Areklett Bass
Chris "Poet" Wilson Bass
John J. Moore Drums
Cleo Murray Vocals
Paul Wright Guitar
Alien Jourgensen Guitar, Vocals
Nod Wright Percussion, Drums, Keyboards
Hunter Burgan Bass
Dave-Id Busaras Vocals, Track Performer
Mark Blackwelder Guitar
Andy Delany Vocals
William H. Duffy Guitar
Mick Harvy Guitar, Drums
Hundred Men Track Performer
Kevin Kitner Bass
Paul Lawford Percussion
Nicol McKay Bass
Kyle McKeough Background Vocals
Tony Pettit Bass
Dave Roberts Bass
Glenn Schultz Guitar
Doyle VonFrankenstein Guitar
Dave Wolfenden Guitar
Pieter Nooten Keyboards, Vocals
Jim Shaw Guitar, Piano, Drums
Katherine Blake Keyboards
Rowland S. Howard Guitar
Budgie Organ, Synthesizer, Guitar, Percussion, Drums, Singing Bowls
Technical Credits
Rikk Agnew Composer
Bauhaus Producer
Nick Cave Composer
Cocteau Twins Composer
The Creatures Producer
Dead Can Dance Composer
Einstürzende Neubauten Producer
Mick Karn Composer
Killing Joke Composer, Producer
Love and Rockets Composer, Producer
Peter Murphy Composer, Author
Colin Newman Producer
Skinny Puppy Composer
Southern Death Cult Composer
Throbbing Gristle Composer
Virgin Prunes Composer
Xymox Composer
Daniel Ash Composer, Producer, Author
Fields of the Nephilim Composer, Producer
Kommunity FK Composer
Miranda Sex Garden Composer
Rose of Avalanche Composer
Andi Sexgang Composer, Author
Stiv Bators Composer
The Danse Society Composer
The Lords Producer
March Violets Composer
Tim Rose Composer
Rubicon Producer
Barrett Strong Composer
Xmal Deutschland Composer
Craig Leon Producer
Bonnie Dobson Composer
Rozz Williams Composer
Roger Armstrong Producer
Ian Astbury Composer
Jay Aston Composer
Michael Aston Composer
Paul Barker Composer, Programming
Hugh Brown Art Direction
Mick Brown Composer
Steve Churchyard Producer
Glenn Danzig Composer
Joy Division Composer
Billy Duffy Composer
Phil Durr Liner Notes
Andrew Eldritch Composer, Producer
Tom Ellard Producer, Digital Sampling
Mark Freegard Producer
John Fryer Producer
Simon Gallup Composer
Lisa Gerrard Producer
Mick Glossop Producer
Nigel Gray Producer
Jeremy Green Producer
Robin Guthrie Author
Stephen Hague Producer
Martin Hannett Producer
Mick Harvey Composer
Kevin Haskins Composer, drum programming
Simon Hinkler Composer
Wayne Hussey Composer, Author
Bill Inglot Remastering
Brian James Composer
Tony James Producer
Gareth Jones Producer
Hugh Jones Producer
Paul Kendall Producer
John Loder Producer
Hypo Luxa Producer
Gary Lyons Producer
Patrick Mata Composer
Richard Mazda Producer
Ian McCulloch Composer
Kevin Mills Composer
Ronny Moorings Author
Nivek Ogre Composer
Tim Palmer Producer
Hermes Pan Producer
Les Pattinson Composer
Brendan Perry Producer
John Punter Producer
Chris Reed Composer
William Reid Producer
Colin Richardson Producer
Pete Rizzo Composer
Simon Rogers Producer
Will Sergeant Composer
Paul Statham Composer
Trevor Tanner Composer
Porl Thompson Composer
Laurence Tolhurst Composer
Dave Vanian Composer, Author
Andrew Warwick Producer
Norman Whitfield Composer
Boris Williams Composer
Pete de Freitas Composer
Ghost Dance Composer
Mike Hedges Producer
cEvin Key Programming, Digital Sampling, Sequencers
Mark Burgess Composer
John Lever Composer
Derek Tompkins Producer
Mrs. Fiend Author
Craig Adams Composer
Roger O'Donnell Composer
Lol Tolhurst Composer
Thom Wilson Producer
Patricia Morrison Author
Jean Krikorian Art Direction
Don Bolles Composer
Dave Schultz Remastering
Carl McCoy Author
Paul Cuttler Producer
Nik Fiend Composer, Author
Davey Havok Author
Alison Shaw Composer, Author
Reg Smithies Composer
Dave Fielding Composer
Steve Brown Producer
Dinah Cancer Composer
Sean Brennan Composer
The Ivo Producer
Dave Thompson Liner Notes
Sue Lott Liner Notes
Paul Wright Composer
Mick Mercer Liner Notes
Brian Ogre Author
Alice Calamar Package Development
Alien Jourgensen Programming
Liz Goodman Liner Notes
Nod Wright Composer
Dirk Slik Discographical Annotation
Andy Delany Composer
Lizard Kings Producer
Kai MacTane Liner Notes
Scary Lady Sarah Liner Notes
William Rieflin Composer
Jim Shaw Composer
Katherine Blake Composer
Liz Goodman Audio Production
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