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Boomkat Product Review:
Goths eh? You hated them at school didn't you? I mean, they were just so damn depressing weren't they, all those painted on tears and all that black nail polish and white makeup, what were they playing at the moody buggers? And some of them didn't even like football! Well as you might be able to imagine, I was one of those darkly dressed lunatics and from there stemmed my love of gruesome horror movies - so I was very pleased to see this little beauty arrive on my desk. With a cover showing a half naked man (his bum's out) hung from a ceiling (for some reason this reminds me of Blue Velvet) and a title which reads 'Now you are one of us' it couldn't really be anything else but Gothic could it? Even the press release is banging on profusely about the fact that it could be the imaginary soundtrack to Romero's Dawn of the Dead. With a glint in my eye and a smile on my pale face I took the cd and dropped it in the player, expecting a barrage of crumbling noise and haunting synth sounds and instead I was rather rudely exposed to a punk record, done in a Gothic style. Dammit guys, don't you know anything, punk music is way too upbeat for Goths, I mean, you might have to actually dance to it and what would that do for your loner cred? Exactly, bugger all. With track titles like 'Delivered in a firm unyielding way lingering for just a bit too long to communicate the message "I own you"' who are they trying to kid? Oh please, I'll go back to my Cradle of Filth collection now, thankyou.