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hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Oct 31, 2016 18:00
 

love love love  "undead undead undead"

timeless ethereal rock 
Motolorax
(Welshman in NZ)
Posted: Oct 31, 2016 17:42
 

Well done RP, Halloween kind of passes us by out in the sticks down here in NZ but great reason to reacquaint with this. 
TerryS
(Another SW)
Posted: Oct 31, 2016 17:39
 

Thanks, Bill.
hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Sep 05, 2016 6:53
 

 Deadwing wrote:
Peter Murphy in his most decadent and deliciously creepy mode Plus he is awesome in The Hunger
 


super wicked
SmackDaddy
(San Diego)
Posted: Oct 31, 2015 15:14
 

 RadioDoc wrote:
I know a lot of people like to diss the '80s but back then there were commercial radio stations that would actually play stuff like this, unedited, and not just at 3 AM. 
It was a great time.  Sorry many of you missed it.
 
The under and better side of 80s music is still not known to the masses. It was easily the most prolific and creatively diverse period of modern music. The 70's punk scene cracked the music establishment and the 80s forced it open. The creativity went well beyond the new wave music presented to the masses. I was lucky enough to have one of the best college radio stations at my college and got to hear nearly everything out there. I had truly hoped commercial radio would open up in the 90s but alas it still, as always, gets run over by the greed of industry and the short-sightedness of people put in charge.
rubenbeagle
(Deep in the heart of Illinois)
Posted: Oct 31, 2015 15:11
 

Now there's a song you don't hear everyday....
cayenne
(in over my head)
Posted: Oct 31, 2015 15:08
 

Yay, Halloween music!


peter_james_bond
(West Of The Burg)
Posted: Oct 29, 2010 15:54
 

Bela
Tippster
(Washington, DC)
Posted: Oct 29, 2010 15:53
 

Guess I listen to a lot of Halloween Music other times of the year...

What a fantastic song from a great band.  Peter Murphy is a god.
Cancer12
(Toronto)
Posted: Oct 30, 2009 16:02
 

Brilliant!!  My scary weekend is made. Saw Bauhaus in a reunion tour in Toronto a few years back. Suburban dads there with kids, goths, such a mixed crowd. Missed them in their hey day.

Do miss the days CFNY in Toronto used to play their New Years countdown. It was #1 for years.

THANK YOU!!
messydiner
(Somewhere out there)
Posted: Oct 30, 2009 15:50
 

Aaaaaawwesome!  Bauhaus for Halloween brings a big smile to my face. {#Mrgreen}

alaken
(Missoula, MT)
Posted: Oct 30, 2009 15:50
 



ripemedia
(Los Angeles)
Posted: Oct 30, 2009 15:49
 

Happy Halloween RP!!!!!!! You're the best station around. Truly.
peter_james_bond
(Lunenburg, NS)
Posted: Oct 30, 2009 15:45
 

Great segue from the last tune. Bill you are a Monster DJ.....{#Notworthy}

And this is a devilishly good tune {#Evil}
Beinte
(Escazu, Costa Rica)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 15:08
 

 Bruce_AK wrote:
Reminds me of my days runninig around wild and crazy in Seattle back in the early 80's before the Yuppies found and ruined that fine city with their Microsoft millions! Back then Seattle had more of an earthy edge to it, and it was a far friendlier city too — not to mention easier to drive in. I recall jagged images of going to Tugs on First Ave in Belltown, the first video bar in the city, and dancing with all the other Gay folks and other social misfits. Kind of a seedy neighborhood then full of edgy artists, Queers and winos, now all trendy with multi-million dollar condos. Sigh . . . .

Anyway, I loves this tune.
 
Love it too. Remember I had in 1980 a Seattle T-shirt with the name of Seattle written on it in with Seattle buildings as letters, Space needle as a T for sure. Don't worry, those multimillion condo's are shrinking already, as do their inhabitants.


ScottFromWyoming
(Powell)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 15:07
 


RadioDoc
(Chicagoland)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 15:07
 

I know a lot of people like to diss the '80s but back then there were commercial radio stations that would actually play stuff like this, unedited, and not just at 3 AM. 
It was a great time.  Sorry many of you missed it.

siandbeth
(Santa Cruz California)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 15:05
 

This was "our song" back in the late 80s.  Then we kinda figured it was maybe not so romantic.
rtb
(NE corner of Work and Boredom)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 15:04
 

1980s. University. Dance floor. I'm so there, right now.
10.
Shesdifferent
(Just visiting this planet this is not my home)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 15:00
 

Yeah baby...
PigLatin
(They are pigs, these Romans)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 14:59
 

ah well, too eclectic for me...
RadioDoc
(Chicagoland)
Posted: Oct 31, 2008 14:57
 

NOW it's Halloween. {#Jump}
lattalo
(Beartooths)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:33
 

Thanks for playing this, I loved the movie the Hunger, this has made my halloween!!!!!
Bruce_AK
(Fairbanks, Alaska)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:10
 

Reminds me of my days runninig around wild and crazy in Seattle back in the early 80's before the Yuppies found and ruined that fine city with their Microsoft millions! Back then Seattle had more of an earthy edge to it, and it was a far friendlier city too -- not to mention easier to drive in. I recall jagged images of going to Tugs on First Ave in Belltown, the first video bar in the city, and dancing with all the other Gay folks and other social misfits. Kind of a seedy neighborhood then full of edgy artists, Queers and winos, now all trendy with multi-million dollar condos. Sigh . . . . Anyway, I loves this tune.
CafeRacer
(Still Waiting To Wake Up, Indiana)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:09
 

Pyro wrote:
I love the vocal echo effects, "I'm dead, I'm dead, I'm dead..." I had forgotten this great song! I'd love to hear the live version again.
It's "Undead Undead Undead" I think
PrincessCleo
(Scottsdale, AZ)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:08
 

This is one of the first songs to go on my Halloween mix. Earlier I heard Every Day is Halloween by Ministry... This is why I LOVE this stream. THANKS RP!!!
Pyro
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:07
 

I love the vocal echo effects, "I'm dead, I'm dead, I'm dead..." I had forgotten this great song! I'd love to hear the live version again.
Lizard62
(1290km N of Paradise)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:07
 

Helchat wrote:
THANK YOU! :jump: :notworthy:
Oh yeah - deliriously creepy vocal. 'The Hunger' - amazing opening sequence - the band on stage behind chainlink fencing...
Deadwing
(Cincinnati OH)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:07
 

Peter Murphy in his most decadent and deliciously creepy mode :yes: Plus he is awesome in The Hunger :hearteyes:
redeyespy
(Haven of calm)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:06
 

Is there a better example of eerie perfection, of a sound so evocative you can almost smell the black lipstick? Far too good for merely annual play.
GSquared
(NorCal)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:06
 

Great!!! Thanks. I haven't heard in a LOOONG TIME>>>>>>> :cheers:
TheLoneIguana
(Central California)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:06
 

GreenJello wrote:
During the filming of the movie Bela Lugosi died due to natural causes, leaving Ed Wood an unfinished movie. So the remaining portions of Bela's part were played by Ed Wood obscuring his face, or cutting in previously shot footage.
Actually, Wood had his wife's chiropractor fill in for Lugosi, which is even funnier (or sadder, depending on your point of view).
phaedra
(Canberra, Australia)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:05
 

YAY! YAYAYYYY! YAY!! YAY!! * Does a happy dance* This takes me BAAAACK to my old goth days!! YAY for RP!!! THANKS BILL!!!!!! Happy HALOWEEN!!!!!
teapot
(in orbit)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:04
 

Absolutely freaking classic. I hope this is the 9 minute version. :clap:
CafeRacer
(Still Waiting To Wake Up, Indiana)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:04
 

Yay!! I don't have to dig it out now. I listen to this every Halloween.
Helchat
(a record store near you)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:04
 

THANK YOU! :jump: :notworthy:
kaosmonkey
(West Coast)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:03
 

YES! YES! YES!
dionysius
(The People's Republic of Austin)
Posted: Oct 31, 2007 15:03
 

dionysius wrote:
All rise for the playing of the national anthem.
*clears throat*
Whirlpool
(Somewhere in California)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:13
 

Thanks For Playing This Great Song.
oppositelock
(Centennial, CO)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:12
 

:cool: I love halloween. :twisted:
olsaltybastard
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:12
 

I used to have a blue 12 inch vinyl record with this song on it. The B side was a song called, "Boys". Talk about a flashback to my teenage years!! Happy Halloween everyone.
djinnthespazz
(S/E Michigan)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:11
 

Gribnif wrote:
The live version of this song is a definite 9.
Agreed.
redeyespy
(Sunny, FL)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:11
 

OK, NOW we're really getting somewhere. I see, through the smoke, David Bowie and Catherine Deneuve....
djinnthespazz
(S/E Michigan)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:10
 

dionysius wrote:
All rise for the playing of the national anthem.
*laughs*
dionysius
(The People's Republic of Austin)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 16:09
 

All rise for the playing of the national anthem.
SteveGriff
(Cardiff, Wales, UK.)
Posted: Oct 31, 2006 7:41
 

DON'T LET ME DOWN BILL - Play it!!!
Gribnif
Posted: Oct 31, 2005 11:07
 

The live version of this song is a definite 9. This one, on the other hand, only gets a 6 from me. Too much studio trickery, and not enough raw energy. By the way, in Plan 9, after Lugosi died, much of his part was played by Ed Wood's dentist--a man who was about a foot taller than Lugosi. Anyway, I think Bauhaus were just riffing on the irony of a guy who made his career playing the undead, actually dying. There's not a real connection to Plan 9 in the lyrics.
ScottFromWyoming
(Powell, Wyo.)
Posted: Oct 31, 2005 11:02
 

engelwurm wrote:
Y'know, this song just doesn't sound the same unless it's booming from the speakers of a poorly lit nightclub... ;)
:cool: Yeah, but it sounds pretty good anywhere.
Leaf13
(Ontario, Canada)
Posted: Oct 31, 2005 11:02
 

chasech5 wrote:
An Amazing Song. Pity that all the solo Peter Murphy I uploaded was rejected. Would have been a nice addition to the regular playlist. More PM and Bauhaus could only help RP. :-)
Yes, that is a shame - i'll have to check the rejected ones - maybe there's another worth trying?
tomnam
Posted: Oct 31, 2005 11:02
 

Leaf13 wrote:
So cool it's scary , This a different version than the 2 I already have. Anyone know where this version's from?
So scary it's cool...