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The Underground Youth - Haunted - vinyl

The Underground Youth's 2015 release Haunted is available to buy again.

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The Underground Youth - Haunted - vinyl <p>Prepare your extra long raincoat. Ensure that there is a puddle nearby for the bottom ends to trail through. We have the darkest of early '80's goth rock all on one album so you never have to leave your bedsit and strain against the cold Northern wind ever again. This is comically bleak, guitars terrify, vocals make Peter Murphy sound like Sonia and there's a metronomic never changing drum thump like the final ache of life as it slips away. If anyone has nailed the sound of a particularly bleak and threatening underpass in Manchester in 1983 this lot have. It's unremittingly noir, there's a Dave Gahan quiver to the voice yet when they introduce a threat of a hook (as on 'Haunted') you can't get the damn thing out of your head. Think 'Black Celebration' era Depeche Mode, think 'Disintegration' era the Cure, think Bauhaus playing 'Bela Lugosi's Dead' for the rest of your life.</p> <p>If that sounds up your particular damp, dark street then this is the perfect moment for when you are lost wandering along a godforsaken carriageway on the outskirts of Burnley as you look up at the foreboding moors as the rain lashes down on your soul. </p>
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Prepare your extra long raincoat. Ensure that there is a puddle nearby for the bottom ends to trail through. We have the darkest of early '80's goth rock all on one album so you never have to leave your bedsit and strain against the cold Northern wind ever again. This is comically bleak, guitars terrify, vocals make Peter Murphy sound like Sonia and there's a metronomic never changing drum thump like the final ache of life as it slips away. If anyone has nailed the sound of a particularly bleak and threatening underpass in Manchester in 1983 this lot have. It's unremittingly noir, there's a Dave Gahan quiver to the voice yet when they introduce a threat of a hook (as on 'Haunted') you can't get the damn thing out of your head. Think 'Black Celebration' era Depeche Mode, think 'Disintegration' era the Cure, think Bauhaus playing 'Bela Lugosi's Dead' for the rest of your life.

If that sounds up your particular damp, dark street then this is the perfect moment for when you are lost wandering along a godforsaken carriageway on the outskirts of Burnley as you look up at the foreboding moors as the rain lashes down on your soul. 

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