is the third studio album by English The Sky's Gone Out gothic rock band Bauhaus, released in 1982 by record label Beggars Banquet.
Release [ edit ]
The Sky's Gone Out is the title of an EP released in October 1982 by record label Beggars Banquet.
The initial limited edition included the live album
as a bonus. The compact disc reissue dropped the run-out speech from the final track "Exquisite Corpse" (which, like the snoring on the song itself, was done by the band's sound engineer Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape Derek Tompkins) and the vinyl edition contains a short recording of drummer Kevin Haskins reading from the play . The Canadian edition of this album also contained a free Baal 12" vinyl single featuring " Ziggy Stardust", " Kick in the Eye" and " Lagartija Nick". This version did not have the distinctive artwork from the US and UK editions, but was instead an enlargement of the cover art from the " Terror Couple Kill Colonel" single.
Reception [ edit ]
In his retrospective review of the album, Ned Raggett of
AllMusic wrote, "On balance it's quite a fine album, but unlike it misses the infusion of a more positive energy, and simply doesn't gel as perfectly, more notable for individual songs than as a whole." Mask 
In their feature on the album in 2001
described Alternative Press The Sky's Gone Out as one of the Top 10 essential goth albums. 
Track listing [ edit ]
All tracks written by Bauhaus (
Daniel Ash, David J, Kevin Haskins and Peter Murphy), except as noted.
( Brian Eno cover) Eno
"In the Night"
"Swing the Heartache"
"The Three Shadows, Part I"
"The Three Shadows, Part II"
"The Three Shadows, Part III"
"All We Ever Wanted Was Everything"
Ziggy Stardust" ( David Bowie cover) Bowie
"Party of the First Part"
"Spirit (Single Version)"
"Watch That Grandad Go"
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