History Music / Bauhaus

2nd Feb '16 8:20:40 AM sharkcrap11
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** "Nerves", "1-2-3-4" and "Burning From The Inside" count as well.
16th Jan '16 4:12:02 PM aye_amber
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When the band broke up, Murphy formed the short lived Dalis Car with Music/{{Japan}} bassist Mick Karn, followed by a solo career. Haskins, Ash, and roadie Glenn Campling formed Music/TonesOnTail. Shortly after Tones on Tail dissolved, Ash and Haskins regroup with David J to form Music/LoveAndRockets (after the [[ComicBook/LoveAndRockets Hernandez brothers' comic]]).
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When the band broke up, Murphy formed the short lived Dalis Car ''Dalis Car'' with Music/{{Japan}} ''Music/{{Japan}}'' bassist Mick Karn, followed by a solo career. Haskins, Ash, and roadie Glenn Campling formed Music/TonesOnTail. Shortly after Tones on Tail dissolved, Ash and Haskins regroup with David J to form Music/LoveAndRockets (after the [[ComicBook/LoveAndRockets Hernandez brothers' comic]]).

* BreakupBreakout: While the band were more influential than successful, both Music/LoveAndRockets and Music/PeterMurphy solo had hit singles in the US.
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* BreakupBreakout: While the band were more influential than successful, both Music/LoveAndRockets and Music/PeterMurphy solo solo, had hit singles in the US.UsefulNotes/TheUnitedStates.

* DeliberatelyMonochrome: In true PostPunk / GothRock fashion, most pictures of the band and the video for "She's in Parties" are in black and white. The band also chose to eschew colourful stage lights in favour of straight white lights.
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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: In true PostPunk / GothRock fashion, most pictures of the band and the video for "She's in Parties" Parties," are in black and white. The band also chose to eschew colourful stage lights lights, in favour of straight white lights.

** Recorded quite a few dub {{reggae}} songs in addition to their better known gothic music.
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** Recorded quite a few dub {{reggae}} songs songs, in addition to their better known gothic music.

* IronicNurseryTune: "The Three Shadows, Part II" is stated by Peter Murphy as a song based around this.
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* IronicNurseryTune: "The Three Shadows, Part II" is stated by Peter Murphy Murphy, as a song based around this.

* MoodWhiplash: On ''Mask,'' "Hollow Hills," an extremely ominous song, is sandwiched between the significantly upbeat songs "Dancing" and "Kick in the Eye."
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* MoodWhiplash: On ''Mask,'' "Hollow Hills," an extremely ominous song, is sandwiched between the significantly upbeat songs songs, "Dancing" and "Kick in the Eye."
5th Jan '16 4:12:09 PM ThornBrain
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* TheBandMinusTheFace: After Peter Murphy left the band, the rest of the band went under the name "Music/LoveAndRockets," which achieved commercial success.
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* TheBandMinusTheFace: After Peter the band broke up and Murphy left the band, declined a reunion, the rest of the band went reformed under the name "Music/LoveAndRockets," Music/LoveAndRockets, which achieved commercial success.success. * BreakupBreakout: While the band were more influential than successful, both Music/LoveAndRockets and Music/PeterMurphy solo had hit singles in the US.

* CoverVersion: "In Heaven" from ''Film/{{Eraserhead}}'' on ''Rest in Peace: The Final Concert.'' Music/DavidBowie's "Ziggy Stardust," among other covers, was usually played in live concerts. * ADayInTheLimelight: David J provides the vocals for "Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?" * DeliberatelyMonochrome: In true PostPunk / GothRock fashion, most pictures of the band and the video for "She's in Parties" are in black and white.
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* CoverVersion: "In Heaven" from ''Film/{{Eraserhead}}'' on ''Rest in Peace: The Final Concert.'' Music/DavidBowie's "Ziggy Stardust," among other covers, was usually played in live concerts. * ADayInTheLimelight: David J provides the vocals for "Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?" concerts, and many were recorded as singles. * DeliberatelyMonochrome: In true PostPunk / GothRock fashion, most pictures of the band and the video for "She's in Parties" are in black and white. The band also chose to eschew colourful stage lights in favour of straight white lights.

* LargeHam: Peter Murphy, especially on "In the Flat Field." The album was bashed by critics at first because of that.
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* LargeHam: Peter Murphy, especially on "In ''In the Flat Field." '' The album was bashed by critics at first because of that.

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* LargeHam: Peter Murphy, especially on "In StepUpToTheMicrophone: David J provides the Flat Field." The album was bashed by critics at first because of that.vocals for "Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?"
5th Jan '16 4:04:38 PM ThornBrain
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When the band broke up, Murphy formed the short lived Dalis Car with Music/{{Japan}} bassist Mick Karn, followed by a solo career. Haskins, Ash, and Glenn Campling formed Music/TonesOnTail. Shortly after Tones on Tail, Music/LoveAndRockets (after the [[ComicBook/LoveAndRockets Hernandez brothers' comic]]) was formed from Ash, Haskins, and J.
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When the band broke up, Murphy formed the short lived Dalis Car with Music/{{Japan}} bassist Mick Karn, followed by a solo career. Haskins, Ash, and roadie Glenn Campling formed Music/TonesOnTail. Shortly after Tones on Tail, Tail dissolved, Ash and Haskins regroup with David J to form Music/LoveAndRockets (after the [[ComicBook/LoveAndRockets Hernandez brothers' comic]]) was formed from Ash, Haskins, and J. comic]]).
5th Jan '16 4:24:24 AM aye_amber
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** ''Mask'' had a more pronounced {{Funk}} element in several of its songs. "Dancing" for an example.
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** ''Mask'' had a more pronounced {{Funk}} {{funk}} element in several of its songs. "Dancing" for an example.
5th Jan '16 1:11:15 AM aye_amber
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Possibly TropeMakers and certainly TropeCodifier of GothRock. Bauhaus aren't just ''a'' goth band, they were ''the'' goth band. Although the band mainly performed GothRock and PostPunk, they were not limited by it, and often explored their love of dub music. The band consisted of: Vocalist Music/PeterMurphy, guitarist Daniel Ash, bassist David J, and drummer Kevin Haskins.
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Possibly TropeMakers and certainly TropeCodifier of GothRock.Goth Rock. Bauhaus aren't just ''a'' goth band, they were ''the'' goth band. Although the band mainly performed GothRock and PostPunk, they were not limited by it, and often explored their love of dub music. The band consisted of: Vocalist Music/PeterMurphy, guitarist Daniel Ash, bassist David J, and drummer Kevin Haskins.

* CloudCuckooLander: Peter. Case in point: Fishcakes.
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* CloudCuckooLander: {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Peter. Case in point: Fishcakes.
5th Jan '16 1:07:10 AM aye_amber
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Possibly TropeMaker and certainly TropeCodifier of GothRock. Bauhaus aren't just ''a'' goth band, they were ''the'' goth band. Although the band mainly performed GothRock and PostPunk, they were not limited by it, and often explored their love of dub music. The band consisted of: Vocalist Music/PeterMurphy, guitarist Daniel Ash, bassist David J, and drummer Kevin Haskins.
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Possibly TropeMaker TropeMakers and certainly TropeCodifier of GothRock. Bauhaus aren't just ''a'' goth band, they were ''the'' goth band. Although the band mainly performed GothRock and PostPunk, they were not limited by it, and often explored their love of dub music. The band consisted of: Vocalist Music/PeterMurphy, guitarist Daniel Ash, bassist David J, and drummer Kevin Haskins.
5th Jan '16 1:06:45 AM aye_amber
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* ADayInTheLimelight: David J. provides the vocals for "Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?"
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* ADayInTheLimelight: David J. J provides the vocals for "Who Killed Mr. Moonlight?"
5th Jan '16 1:02:34 AM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:350:Left to right: Music/PeterMurphy, David J, Daniel Ash, Kevin Haskins.]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:Left [[caption-width-right:350: Left to right: Music/PeterMurphy, David J, Daniel Ash, and Kevin Haskins.]]

--'''"Double Dare"''' Possibly TropeMaker and certainly TropeCodifier of GothRock. Bauhaus aren't just ''a'' goth band, they were ''the'' goth band. Although the band mainly performed GothRock and PostPunk, they were not limited by it and often explored their love of dub music. The band consisted of vocalist Music/PeterMurphy, guitarist Music/DanielAsh, bassist Music/DavidJ, and drummer Music/KevinHaskins. When the band broke up, Murphy formed the short-lived Music/DalisCar with Music/{{Japan}} bassist Music/MickKarn followed by a solo career, and Haskins, Ash, and Glenn Campling formed Music/TonesOnTail. Shortly after Tones on Tail, Music/LoveAndRockets (after the [[ComicBook/LoveAndRockets Hernandez brothers' comic]]) was formed from Ash, Haskins, and J.
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--'''"Double Dare"''' Dare."''' Possibly TropeMaker and certainly TropeCodifier of GothRock. Bauhaus aren't just ''a'' goth band, they were ''the'' goth band. Although the band mainly performed GothRock and PostPunk, they were not limited by it it, and often explored their love of dub music. The band consisted of vocalist of: Vocalist Music/PeterMurphy, guitarist Music/DanielAsh, Daniel Ash, bassist Music/DavidJ, David J, and drummer Music/KevinHaskins. Kevin Haskins. When the band broke up, Murphy formed the short-lived Music/DalisCar short lived Dalis Car with Music/{{Japan}} bassist Music/MickKarn Mick Karn, followed by a solo career, and career. Haskins, Ash, and Glenn Campling formed Music/TonesOnTail. Shortly after Tones on Tail, Music/LoveAndRockets (after the [[ComicBook/LoveAndRockets Hernandez brothers' comic]]) was formed from Ash, Haskins, and J.

!!Studio Discography
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!!This band provides examples of: * AlbumTitleDrop: The experimental "Exquisite Corpse," for ''The Sky's Gone Out'' and "Black Stone Heart" for ''Go Away White''.
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\n!!This ---- !! This band provides examples of: of: * AlbumTitleDrop: The experimental "Exquisite Corpse," Corpse" for ''The Sky's Gone Out'' Out,'' and "Black Stone Heart" for ''Go Away White''.White.''

* CoverVersion: "In Heaven" from ''Film/{{Eraserhead}}'' on ''Rest in Peace: The Final Concert''. Music/DavidBowie's "Ziggy Stardust," among other covers, was usually played in live concerts.
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* CoverVersion: "In Heaven" from ''Film/{{Eraserhead}}'' on ''Rest in Peace: The Final Concert''. Concert.'' Music/DavidBowie's "Ziggy Stardust," among other covers, was usually played in live concerts.

* LiveAlbum: ''Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape'', ''Swing the Heartache'', ''Rest in Peace: The Final Concert'', and ''Gotham''. * MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Range from a 1 ("The Three Shadows: Part 1") to about a 5 ("Dark Entries,") but they're generally a 3 or 4. Their reunion album ''Go Away White'' has a substantially harder sound, although it never surpassed a 6. * MoodWhiplash: On ''Mask'', "Hollow Hills," an extremely ominous song, is sandwiched between the significantly upbeat songs "Dancing" and "Kick in the Eye."
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* LiveAlbum: ''Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape'', Tape,'' ''Swing the Heartache'', Heartache,'' ''Rest in Peace: The Final Concert'', Concert,'' and ''Gotham''. ''Gotham.'' * MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Range from a 1 ("The Three Shadows: Part 1") to about a 5 ("Dark Entries,") Entries"), but they're generally a 3 or 4. Their reunion album ''Go Away White'' has a substantially harder sound, although it never surpassed a 6. * MoodWhiplash: On ''Mask'', ''Mask,'' "Hollow Hills," an extremely ominous song, is sandwiched between the significantly upbeat songs "Dancing" and "Kick in the Eye."
23rd Jul '15 9:50:19 PM collapsingnewpeople
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* IronicNurseryRhyme: "The Three Shadows, Part II" is stated by Peter Murphy as a song based around this.
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* IronicNurseryRhyme: IronicNurseryTune: "The Three Shadows, Part II" is stated by Peter Murphy as a song based around this.
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