Music from the Succubus Club

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Music from the Succubus Club
Succubus Club.jpg
Compilation album by
various artists
Released20 March 2000
GenreDark Wave, Gothic rock
LabelDancing Ferret Discs
ProducerPatrick Rodgers

Music from the Succubus Club is a music CD released as an accompaniment to the White Wolf, Inc. roleplaying game Vampire: The Masquerade. Its name is derived from the "Succubus Club", a fictional location (and popular nightclub) in the World of Darkness, the setting for the game and others like it.

The executive producer was Patrick Rodgers of Dancing Ferret Discs. It was mastered by Roger Lian of Masterdisk. The cover art was by Clyde Caldwell, and the graphic design by Jimi Black.

Track listing[edit]

A fictional quote, included in the compilations cover notes, and attributed to the fictional DJ Damascus (a DJ from The Succubus Club) states that "I've noticed that each of these songs seems to strike a chord with a particular clan."[1] In this sense, therefore, each track featured on the compilation may be linked to one of the fictional clans within the roleplaying world of Vampire: The Masquerade. In the track listing below, the name in parentheses denotes the clan that track represents.

  1. The Crüxshadows - "Deception" (Ravnos)
  2. Seraphim Shock - "Prey" (Lasombra)
  3. Paralysed Age - "Bloodsucker 2000" (Tzimisce)
  4. Wench - "Heart of Darkness" (Followers of Set)
  5. Sunshine Blind - "Cold from Fever" (Ventrue)
  6. Bella Morte - "Fall No More" (Gangrel)
  7. Carfax Abbey - "Soul to Bleed" (Malkavian)
  8. Beborn Beton - "Hemoglobin" (Assamite)
  9. The Mission UK - "Last Beat of Your Heart" (Brujah)
  10. Kristeen Young - "Rotting on the Vine" (Nosferatu)
  11. Nosferatu - "The Night is Young" (Giovanni)
  12. Diary of Dreams - "Blind in Darkness" (Tremere) ("Rumors About Angels" version without Dark City citations)
  13. Neuroactive - "Superficial" (Toreador)

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