Go Away White

Go Away White

Bauhaus broke up in 1983 after five years of gothic drama; vocalist Peter Murphy went solo, while the others created new bands. Go Away White is the quartet's first album after 25 years apart, and the crucible honed their talents: The dive-bar-ready blues of "International Bulletproof Talent" and relentless motoring of "Adrenalin" find the group purring along while Murphy coolly hovers over the proceedings like Vincent Price. The album also folds in David J's love for dark cabaret ("Saved") and Murphy's interest in Middle Eastern sounds ("Zikir").

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