Gotham (album)

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Gotham
GothamBauhaus.jpg
Live album by Bauhaus
Released November 1999
Recorded 9–10 September 1998; 28 August 1998
Studio
Length 98:04
Label Metropolis
Bauhaus live albums chronology
Live in the Studio 1979
(1997)
Gotham
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Gotham is a double-disc live album by English gothic rock band Bauhaus of a concert performed in 1998, released in 1999 by record label Metropolis. The album also includes one appended studio track, a cover of "Severance", originally recorded by Dead Can Dance on their 1988 album The Serpent's Egg.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
No. Title Length
1. "Double Dare"   6:20
2. "In the Flat Field"   4:08
3. "A God in an Alcove"   4:25
4. "In Fear of Fear"   3:35
5. "Hollow Hills"   6:29
6. "Kick in the Eye"   3:48
7. "Terror Couple Kill Colonel"   3:58
8. "Silent Hedges"   3:49
9. "Severance" (Dead Can Dance cover) 7:23
10. "Boys"   4:04
11. "She's in Parties"   5:54
12. "The Passion of Lovers"   3:36
13. "Dark Entries"   3:56
Disc two
No. Title Length
1. "Telegram Sam"   2:23
2. "Ziggy Stardust"   3:25
3. "Bela Lugosi's Dead"   13:31
4. "All We Ever Wanted"   4:38
5. "Spirit"   5:22
6. "Severance (Studio Version)" (Dead Can Dance cover) 7:20

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