Bauhaus: Gotham

Bauhaus: Gotham


$19.09 $19.99 Save 5% Current price is $19.09, Original price is $19.99. You Save 5%.
Want it by Friday, November 16 Order now and choose Expedited Shipping during checkout.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/14/2000
UPC: 0782388016599
Original Release: 1998
Rating: NR
Source: Metropolis Records
Region Code: 1
Sales rank: 32,614

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Select Track
1. Double Dare [:52]
2. In the Flat Field [2:52]
3. A God in an Alcove [4:15]
4. Kick in the Eye [4:25]
5. Hollow Hills [3:47]
6. In Fear of Fear [5:47]
7. Boys [4:08]
8. She's in Parties [3:48]
9. Passion of Lovers [3:31]
10. Dark Entries [3:27]
11. All We Ever Wanted [4:30]
12. Spirit [4:06]
13. Bela Lugosi's Dead [4:41]
14. Telegram Sam [7:32]
15. Ziggy Stardust [2:20]
16. The Passenger [3:11]

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Bauhaus: Gotham 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's insane how even though fifteen or so years had gone by since Bauhaus had performed last, I dare say they're better than ever. Musically, they're tighter then they ever were, and visually, it's downright creepy how none of them seemed to age. Danny Ash's performance is more mesmerizing than ever, and Peter does everything he used to in the old days short of stripping down to fishnets and a g-string and humping the microphone stand. He doesn't molest the other band mates like he used to either, unfortunately. Pity, he most certainly could have gotten away with all of it. David J still just stands there like the painfully cool dude that he is. Kevin is Kevin. The sound quality could have been better, but I'm not complaining. The in-between snippets are jewels. If you're a fan of Bauhaus, you probably already own this. If you're new to the Bauhaus world, or you're a newbie Goth who wants to start on the right path and avoid all that silly Marilyn Manson nonsense, you must buy this immidiately. 'Nuff said. Also, if you want to see Bauhaus back in the day when they were much more raw, sexual and totally insane, I suggest hunting down Archive, as well as Shadows of Light. You'll watch them ''till they wear out, trust me. :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you're not a Bauhaus fan, you will undoubtedly becomeone after watching this. The energy and lush, dark, theatrical glittery fun is infectious. Before you know it, you'll be dancing around your living room like the gloomy piece of seaweed you know you are. Get in touch with your inner gothnicity. And drool and glare at Peter Murphy's catlike, sexy angstiness as he dances feveridly across the stage flailing a feather boa in the air. You know you want it.