8 comments on Red Velvet Lines The Black Box
DJandyravensable

A nice mixture of some new discoveries (had never heard the Thomas Dolby track before), and some old favourites (makes me wonder I left my copy of Nekromatik's Fairy Catcher...). Thank you!


divine_debris

Glad you enjoyed it, so many of these songs remind me very fondly of Slimelight, Gossips and Whitby adventures when I lived in the UK! I loved Nekromantik and got to see them live a few times too!


DJandyravensable

Ah! I figured, if you knew bands such as Nekromatik, and had bands such as Soft Cell, Skinny Puppy and The Virgin Prunes on there, you would have been a fellow ex-Slimelighter. Small world! :)


divine_debris

Yes, I still have my membership card, from back in the day when you had to get two members to co-sign and take a written test! Makes me London homesick for sure. Small Goth world indeed! Nice to meet you!


DJandyravensable

Ah yes. I still have the test somewhere at home (I think I passed, I wasn't entirely sober at the time). Lovely to meet you, too! :)


Von_torro

great upbeat mix


PixieSkull

Love this mix! All the right stuff included.


divine_debris

Yes indeed, music to become a dancefloor tragedy to!


hauntedplaces

Lots of dance floor classics -- All Goth Dance


xSerenityx

I loved this-- the first song I was listened to, I didn't watch closely enough to get the name! It started out with chanting/talking and it almost sounded like Arabic to me, and the lyrics mentioned God quite a few times, the almost chanting came up... do you know which track that is? I'd love to purchase it!


divine_debris

I think you are referring to "The Devil is an Englishman" it's from the soundtrack to Gothic (the Ken Russell film). Let me know if that is it!


xSerenityx

Yup, that's it! Thank you so much! :D


cyberdelia

Awsome mix!


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