Various Artists | The Pink and the Black: A Goth and Glam Collection

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The Pink and the Black: A Goth and Glam Collection

by Various Artists

The Pink and The Black: a goth and glam collection
Genre: Rock: Glam
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1. The Kids Are Back
Dee Snider's Smf
3:05 album only
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2. Saturday Night
Pretty Boy Floyd
4:44 album only
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3. Stick to Our Guns
Little Rebel
4:02 album only
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4. Cryin'
Paradise Alley
3:56 album only
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5. Pretty Little Junkie
Detox Darlings
3:05 album only
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6. Porno Star
Black Rose Garden
3:12 album only
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7. Drown
Garlic
2:53 album only
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8. You and I
Starry Eyes
4:47 album only
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9. Rule the World
The Zeros
3:15 album only
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10. Pillow Trash
Kristeen
2:40 album only
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11. Limelight
D'molls
4:09 album only
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12. Siamese Twin
Spiders & Snakes
3:13 album only
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13. Devil Rides a Harley
Psychotramps
2:10 album only
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14. Sylvain Sylvain
Beauty School Drop-Outs
2:45 album only
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15. Carousel
Forbidden Planet
4:23 album only
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16. Step Away
Mister Manic
2:42 album only
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17. Hangin' Out
Foxy Roxx
4:13 album only
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18. All Over Now
Hollywood Teasze
2:46 album only
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19. Sexy Telephone
Smelly Boggs
3:34 album only
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20. The Ballad of Frankie
Dead Toys
4:13 album only
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21. So Fukkin' Sikk
Undercover Slut
4:02 album only
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22. Cosmetic Citizen (Stromkern Remix)
Attrition
5:15 album only
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23. One Winter's Night
Bella Morte
5:40 album only
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24. Burning Kisses
Bitter Grace
6:10 album only
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25. Thinking
Industry Eleven
4:01 album only
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26. Sacred (Remix)
Sleepy Hollow
4:58 album only
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27. Ramses the Damned
The New Creatures
6:02 album only
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28. Score
Allegory
3:45 album only
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29. Torture Chamber
Mr. Sinister
2:32 album only
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30. Victim of Darkness
Seasons of the Wolf
5:01 album only
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31. The Pit
Morphine Angel
4:12 album only
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32. Always the Same
Decades
6:07 album only
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33. Resurrection (Anastasia Mix)
Gossamer
5:38 album only
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34. Eden
Flowers and Machines
4:35 album only
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35. Temple
The Shadow Dance
5:18 album only
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36. Neon
Sunshine Blind
4:29 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Pink and the Black twin pack combines an au courant gothic disc (black, of course) with a contemporary glam CD (pink, natch). The end result corrals a staggering and intimidating superabundance of obscure performers and hidden treasures. First the dark news, as the black unveils 15 diverse and killer acts. Seasons of the Wolf courts a bewitching metal sound (one can almost hear Rob Halford being strangled). Sleepy Hollow lives up to the moniker (not the flaccid movie) with a fuzzy, multi-paced chiller. Welcome to the nightmare of Industry Eleven, where folks wake up dead. And there's one in every shrouded crowd, as Bitter Grace conjures founding fathers Bauhaus. Morphine Angel supplies the juice for a KMFDM (or is it MDFMK?) electric rocking chair. The specter of Vincent Price is right at home here, and many tracks interweave a spoken word segment. Captivating and chilling, Flowers and Machines unearths an "Eden" of subterranean beauty. Attrition and Decades also deserve mention, but the whole of this mesmerizing and overwhelming collection holds the listener's attention and, through time, will take you to places you never dreamed you'd enjoy. How can you resist the pink CD, highlighting a vastly different sect of painted nails, clinging to a decadent decade when men were girls and girls were cherry pie? Dee Snider leads the pack with the apropos "Kids Are Back." The indispensable Pretty Boy Floyd gives the Bay City Rollers a run for the money with a new "Saturday Night." Little Rebel rocks out in that opening-band-discovery kind of way. Blazing harmonica kicks off a homespun hummer by Paradise Alley. Does anything need to be said about a band called Detox Darlings doing "Pretty Little Junkie"? "Porno Star" by Black Rose Garden is sick and cool. Like many of these acts, Garlic tricks out its hair the power pop way for "Drown." The Starry Eyes selection is nothing short of outstanding. Krissteen wields brilliant fuzz chops and broken Bowie quotes. The always ridiculous D'Molls take a shot at the "Limelight." Sunset Strippers Spiders & Snakes recite a slick and weird nursery rhyme. Forbidden Planet spins some more incredible hair pop. Smelly Boggs goes nuts over the "Sexy Telephone." Foxy Roxx gives nothing but a good vibe in "Hanging Out." Just know these bands live up to the ridiculous names. The sound quality is fine with limited pro gloss, for Pink and the Black showcases a solid batch of great tunes you might miss otherwise. The only gripe stems from poor annotation on the back and a lack of labeling next to the myriad pics. With this much material, a dude likes to know who he's listening to. At any rate, stick it out with this fascinating set of two great tastes that go great together.

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