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[[Image:Gotham reunior tour.jpg|frame|Promotional Photo for 1998's ''Resurrection Tour'']]'''Bauhaus''' is an influential English rock band considered to be one of the founders of Goth Rock. The band co-headlined with [[Nine Inch Nails]] during their [[With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour|Summer Amphitheatre Tour]] in 2006. The band originally split in 1984, but has resumed activity twice since disbanding, once in 1998 and also in 2005/2006. The band has stated that its 2008 album, ''Go Away White'', was its last.
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[[Image:Gotham reunior tour.jpg|frame|Promotional Photo for 1998's ''Resurrection Tour'']]'''Bauhaus''' is an influential English rock band considered to be one of the founders of Goth Rock. The band co-headlined with [[Nine Inch Nails]] during their [[With Teeth: Summer Amphitheater Tour|Summer Amphitheatre Tour]] in 2006. The band originally split in 1984, but has resumed activity three times since disbanding, in 1998, 2005/2006, and 2019. The band has stated that its 2008 album, ''Go Away White'', was its last.
  
Lead singer [[Peter Murphy]] collaborated with [[Trent Reznor]] for several [[With Teeth: Summer Tour 2006 Radio Collaboration|special radio appearances]]. NIN was also the opening act for a Murphy's [[Deep Tour]] in 1990. NIN performed a cover of the song "[[Kick In The Eye]]" during the [[Wave Goodbye Tour]] in New York City on [[2009/08/25 New York, NY|August 25, 2009]]. Murphy joined the band on stage.
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Lead singer [[Peter Murphy]] collaborated with [[Trent Reznor]] for several [[With Teeth: Summer Tour 2006 Radio Collaboration|special radio appearances]]. NIN was also the opening act for a Murphy's [[Deep Tour]] in 1990. NIN performed a cover of the song "[[Kick In The Eye]]" during the [[Wave Goodbye Tour]] in New York City on [[2009/08/25 New York, NY|August 25, 2009]], with Murphy joining the band on stage. He appeared with the band during several other shows on that tour's final leg.
  
 
==Band Members==
 
==Band Members==

Latest revision as of 20:22, 4 November 2019

Promotional Photo for 1998's Resurrection Tour
Bauhaus is an influential English rock band considered to be one of the founders of Goth Rock. The band co-headlined with Nine Inch Nails during their Summer Amphitheatre Tour in 2006. The band originally split in 1984, but has resumed activity three times since disbanding, in 1998, 2005/2006, and 2019. The band has stated that its 2008 album, Go Away White, was its last.

Lead singer Peter Murphy collaborated with Trent Reznor for several special radio appearances. NIN was also the opening act for a Murphy's Deep Tour in 1990. NIN performed a cover of the song "Kick In The Eye" during the Wave Goodbye Tour in New York City on August 25, 2009, with Murphy joining the band on stage. He appeared with the band during several other shows on that tour's final leg.

Band Members

  • Peter Murphy: vocals (live: keyboards, melodica)
  • Daniel Ash: guitar, saxophone, keyboards
  • David J: bass guitar, keyboards
  • Kevin Haskins: drums

Discography

Studio Albums/EPs

  • In the Flat Field (1980)
  • Mask (1981)
  • Searching For Satori [EP] (1982)
  • The Sky's Gone Out (1982)
  • Burning from the Inside (1983)
  • Go Away White (2008)

Live Albums

  • Press the Eject and Give Me the Tape (1982)
  • Rest in Peace: The Final Concert (1992)
  • Gotham (Metropolis) (1999)

Singles

  • Bela Lugosi's Dead (1979)
  • Dark Entries (1980)
  • Terror Couple Kill Colonel (1980)
  • Telegram Sam (T. Rex) (1980)
  • Kick in the Eye (1981)
  • The Passion of Lovers (1981)
  • Spirit (1982)
  • Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie) (1982)
  • Lagartija Nick (1983)
  • She's In Parties (1983)
  • Sanity Assassin [Limited to Fan Club] (1983)

Compilations

  • Singles: 1981-1983 (1983)
  • 1979-1983 (31 Tracks) (1985)
  • 1979-1983 Volume 1 (1986)
  • 1979-1983 Volume 2 (1986)
  • Swing the Heartache: The BBC Sessions (BBC/Beggars Banquet) (1989)
  • Beneath the Mask (1997)
  • Crackle: The Best of Bauhaus (2000)

External Links

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