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Bauhaus

Posted: 04 Aug 2012, 21:49
by Quiff Boy
"Party of the first part", taken from the animation "The Devil and Daniel Mouse"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kubYWqj8Uhc&sns=fb

no way :eek: 8) :D :D

Posted: 04 Aug 2012, 21:51
by Quiff Boy

Posted: 04 Aug 2012, 22:11
by James Blast
is this what they call California Dreamin' Boss, or are you just bored?

you should go to Surf City, I've heard it's 2-to-1

PS. I heard zero Bauhaus :|

Posted: 04 Aug 2012, 22:30
by Quiff Boy
you might wanna check out a bauhaus song called "party of the first part"

http://open.spotify.com/track/27YCHpXkiyQ4W2a9p1abUd

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lwQRpBzbxg

its an instrumental with some film samples over the top

it's the tune in the background of the first youtube clip i posted

sorry, thought i'd made it obvious :D :oops:

Posted: 05 Aug 2012, 11:45
by radiojamaica
Quiff Boy wrote:sorry, thought i'd made it obvious :D :oops:
Oh, it was! Thanx for the info, I always wondered were that sample originated from... did expect something else though :wink:

Posted: 09 Aug 2012, 18:57
by spot778
You guys just figured that out now :eek:

Posted: 10 Aug 2012, 13:22
by radiojamaica
spot778 wrote:You guys just figured that out now :eek:
Shocking, isn't it? :innocent:

Posted: 10 Aug 2012, 19:59
by 6FeetOver
:eek:
Whacked. Never heard of that animation, nor seen it before. It's more than a bit disturbing!

Posted: 11 Sep 2018, 13:00
by Pista
Bit of necro, but hey ho!
Bauhaus to release The Bela session including 3 previously unreleased tracks

Posted: 12 Sep 2018, 11:14
by abridged
Pista wrote:Bit of necro, but hey ho!
Bauhaus to release The Bela session including 3 previously unreleased tracks
Bit of a tangent but I once bought an official Bela t-shirt in Poundstretcher in Derry! For non Ireland/UK types Poundstretcher was/is a kind of Pound/Euro store before they ever existed. A very surprising place to get a Bauhaus shirt! :eek:

Posted: 16 Sep 2018, 10:15
by Pista

Posted: 17 Sep 2018, 00:49
by EvilBastard
Pista wrote:Six albums to be re-issued on coloured vinyl
Hipsters gonna hip. It's almost as if they don't get the irony of a Bauhaus record on anything but black vinyl...

Posted: 10 Sep 2019, 17:20
by Pista

Posted: 11 Sep 2019, 11:51
by Bartek
I'd love to spent my money on their gig.
I guess, if they not gonna kill themselves before and after that gig, some big tour gonna come.
I believe that Peter M. is in good health and shape after this heart attack.

Posted: 12 Sep 2019, 13:27
by Scardwel
Bartek wrote:I'd love to spent my money on their gig.
I guess, if they not gonna kill themselves before and after that gig, some big tour gonna come.
I believe that Peter M. is in good health and shape after this heart attack.
They played a one-off in 2005 followed by a tour in 2006. I expect the same to occur this time around. :)

Posted: 12 Sep 2019, 14:38
by Husek
Last year I've attended a Peter Murphy gig, one of those with David J where they played "In the Flat Field" album entirely, following to the second part of the gig entitled 'more bauhaus' where they played some popular songs like Bella Lugosi, She's in parties and even Ziggy stardust.

Show was great and everything, however Peter Murphy caused a wee bit of trouble during the first part of the set.
He started arguing with a couple of lads sitting in the front row, they were overly excited for sure, but nothing abnormal tbh, but it was enough to make Peter yell 'shut up for a second you french-canadian twats'. I don't know if you guys are aware on how Québec/Québecois people are, but let's just say that they were quite offended on a personal level, and the gig was almost over before the fourth song. (I still think Ziggy stardust wasn't in the setlist at first, and that was just an attempt to obtain redemption, anywho..).

Anyway folks, the question here is, does having both Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins on stage adds anything to the experience? I mean, Peter Murphy + David J was pretty much a full blown bauhaus gig imho.

Posted: 12 Sep 2019, 21:48
by Bartek
I attended at hi gig last year as well, and here in Poland, Wrocław (btw, the same venue where TSOM gonna play), he was shouting at light guy and kicked stage lights, humiliated drummer.
Would Daniel and David change something in music? I believe it will, Mark G.T. has different style then Daniel. Can't say the same about drumming style, it's also not the same.
But it's also sentiment, for those who have seen them before and chance for experience them for the first time with original members.
Band wins we might have chance to win.

Posted: 13 Sep 2019, 17:29
by hellboy69
It's definitely a massive buzz seeing them crackle onstage together.

Although they were very much falling apart last time i saw them in Kentish Town, but hey, that's post-punk goff-rock for ya.

Posted: 16 Sep 2019, 11:11
by NickB
Second gig added. Hopefully a world tour to follow. Haven’t seen them since 1983, so it would be good to see whether they are still as brilliant.

Posted: 16 Sep 2019, 11:18
by Swinnow
Ain't seen them since '83 either when some other dodgy darklings riffed into my life.

Posted: 17 Sep 2019, 08:01
by abridged
I just wonder if a guy who had a heart attack should be doing gigs a few months later? Not a doctor so maybe the answer is yes. Not sure I could!

Posted: 17 Sep 2019, 12:04
by Silence is platinum
Saw them last December on their Ruby tour and they were excellent, the gig exceeded my expectations, would love to see all 4 of them together.

Posted: 04 Nov 2019, 08:39
by Pista
There's a review here (although it's more of a recap of what they played than a review)

Set

1. “Rosegarden Funeral of Sores� (John Cale cover)
2. “Double Dare�
3. “In The Flat Field�
4. “A God in an Alcove�
5. “In Fear of Fear�
6. “Spy in the Cab�
7. “Terror Couple Kill Colonel�
8. “Swing the Heartache�
9. “She’s In Parties�
10. “Bela Lugosi’s Dead�
11. “Kick In The Eye�
12. “Stigmata Martyr�
13. “Silent Hedges�
14. “Dark Entries�

Encore:

15. “The Three Shadows, Part II�
16. “Sister Midnight� (Iggy Pop cover)
17. “Telegram Sam� (Marc Bolan cover)
18. “Ziggy Stardust� (David Bowie cover)

Posted: 21 Nov 2019, 17:15
by Elfink
Husek wrote:question here is, does having both Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins on stage adds anything to the experience? I mean, Peter Murphy + David J was pretty much a full blown bauhaus gig imho.
Hell yeah! Daniel Ash is just one of those great guitar players. Innovative like Alex Lifeson, obscure, like Robert Smith, slippery like Pottsy (could you really get a better guitar player for those Light renditions of Joy Division), and a big flash rock star bastard like Ace Frehley. Daniel Ash is more Bauhaus than Bauhaus in my opinion...just that those Love and Rockets records were crap where Peter's solo albums weren't. He needs Peter singing for his guitar work to be something we can hear.

Daniel Ash is way and above the better of guitar players.

Posted: 16 Dec 2019, 16:20
by Pista
2 more shows announced

April 8: Alexandra Palace, London, UK
June 26: Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY, USA