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Bauhaus - Mask

Bauhaus - Mask

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GENRE:  Gothic rock, Post-punk, Alternative rock, New wave, gothic punk,

FORMAT: Vinyl, LP (Yellow)


RELEASED BY: Beggars Banquet

In 1981, Bauhaus had no competition in the field of 'goth' music and could afford to experiment a little. Mask is the group's second album, and it contains some of their best work. There is the groove of Dancing, a track that contains one of the album's two curious references to ballet dancer Nijinsky (the other is in Muscle in Plastic), and the creepy Hollow Hills, its bass-driven skeleton decorated with distant peals of feedback and sparse drumming. The title cut features Peter Murphy singing over a backwards music track that adds considerable menace to the bizarre lyrics.

A1 Hair Of The Dog
A2 The Passion Of Lovers
A3 Of Lilies And Remains
A4 Dancing
A5 Hollow Hills
B1 Kick In The Eye 2
B2 In Fear Of Fear
B3 Muscle In Plastic
B4 The Man With X-Ray Eyes
B5 Mask