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Hi Everyone! Thought I would check out my community and post a poignant track. I didnt speak of it much here at Gloomy Sunday (because his music wasnt depressing to me), but Prince was by far my favorite musical artist of all time. 1999 was my first saved and bought album (double vinyl) at the age of 10. Ok, lets stop a moment and realize how INAPPROPRIATE that all is! But if it hadn't, I wouldnt be the same person I am today. I would be VERY different and this G+Community probably wouldnt be here either.
That purchase and every Prince album after shaped my life drastically in how I presented myself, spoke to women, pursued becoming a multi-instrumentalist, I tried to think outside the box artistically at ALL times, etc. Basically he was a mentor of mine from a VERY early age and made impressions on me as an undiagnosed ASD individual... more so than a musician should on ANY child. But in my lucky case, it was a HUGE positive and gave me a great trajectory to follow... an opportunity rarely seen at that age. Thank God for naive parents who didnt wonder what type of artwork or nudity was contained there in...eek! Would have been quickly confiscated for sure!

So while Prince's music always put me in a happy, crazy, sexy, dancy, quirky mood and will always be a modern day Mozart to me, I never felt the need to share him with you guys here... until now of course.

Rest In Peace.

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Check out the latest Cinematic Darkwave track "Analog Ghost" from Nomad Scorpio on SoundCloud now!!! We are waiting to haunt your speakers... Are you ready? 

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BAUHAUS - Mask
Its arguable whether Peter Murphy and Company intended to be the godfathers of goth, inspiring tens of thousands of mopey musicians and millions of cob-webbed cohorts... especially if you asked the band members themselves who vehemently denied such labels. But whatever their intention was, they struck a dark Victorian chord that still rings out to this day after almost a half century.
While dark, somber and evocative, Bauhaus was never despondent or melancholic but took a more theatrical nihilist approach that allowed them to have an almost aggressive appreciation of the darker more taboo aspects of the human condition... almost making fun of our narrow-sighted plight at the same time.
'Mask' is not only a bleak and vastly deep tune, Peter's haunting vocals carry the listener into the hypnotizing waves of the river Styx and drags you along the bottom for a good five minutes. The impressive use of original yet minimal instrumentation makes this an almost soundtracky addition, but the theatrics still run the gamut of dark, sonorous bass strings all the way up to spindly dulcimers that dance about the tribal drums like the apex of a midnight bonfire ritual in a hidden grove.
Some bands just decide to write an atmospheric track and others decide they want to write a good song.... real musicians like Bauhaus decided to do both at the same time.

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THIS!!!!
It's not a boat anchor for sorrow. Only one of the strongest sounds of hope ever created lies at the end of this piece. However! On the road to getting there:
THE APOCALYPSE!
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