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  • Audio CD (22 Feb. 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Webfi
  • ASIN: B00004RCZ1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 884,729 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Deception - The Cruxshadows
2. Prey - Seraphim Shock
3. Bloodsucker 2000 - Paralysed Age
4. Heart Of Darkness - Wench
5. Cold From Fever - Sunshine Blind
6. Fall No More - Bella Morte
7. Soul To Bleed - Carfax Abbey
8. Hemoglobin - Beborn Beton
9. Last Beat Of Your Heart - Mission U.K.
10. Rotting OnThe Vine - Kristeen Young
11. The Night Is Young - Nosferatu
12. Blind In Darkness - Diary Of Dreams
13. Superficial - Neuroactive

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By kaynslamdyke@yahoo.co.uk on 22 Jan. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I like Vampire the Masquerade. It's one of the best RPG's in the history of erm... RPGing... the idea of being a seductive (or not so seductive) bloodsucking creature of the night sorta appeals to me
Goth and heavy alternative music does not... So this CD should get a bad rating from me yes?
Nope. The tracks on this CD aren't cheap rips from second-class goth bands. White Wolf must have really got thier act together to get this CD some decent bands from Dancing Ferret.
There are strange mixes of goth, industrial and Caine knows what else on this CD. Each of the tracks is meant to refer to each of the main thirteen clans (Some of them like Deception for the Ravnos, Superficial for the Toreador and Fall No More for the Gangrel are well linked, whereas the Assamite's and Tzmizse's themes aren't so hot)...
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Never heard of VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE? Get this anyway! 11 Oct. 2000
By Odilon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
There are currently record label notes displayed on this page explaining that "this is not a compilation specifically *about* vampires; rather, it is a collection of songs which touch on some of the themes of vampirism....specifically those explored in the 'Vampire: The Masquerade' game." For those who, like me, don't see the big difference, I'll explain it another way.
As the cover says, it's a soundtrack for the roleplaying game VAMPIRE THE MASQUERADE (VtM). This is music supposedly from the Succubus Club, the game's fictional dance club. The 13 songs here correspond with VtM's 13 vampire clans - not songs written about specific clans but (the liner notes say) songs imagined to be popular with each clan.
As a soundtrack, it's as evocative as VtM at its best. However, while none are totally inappropriate, some selections fit their clans less strongly. For example, Beborn Beton's "Hemoglobin", seemingly does nothing with the Assamites' Middle Eastern origins. Also, complete lyrics would have helped me better appreciate how songs represented their clans.
For those unfamiliar with VtM, this collection stands on its own well. It's just good music. Because of the dance club setting, uptempo pop rhythms dominate- often accompanying chilling lyrics as in Mission U.K.'s brisk rocker "Last Beat of Your Heart" However, there's a variety of Goth styles represented- from Wench's sensuously languid "Heart of Darkness" to Carfax Abbey's ear-melting "Soul to Bleed" .
Other favorites: the Cruxshadows' "Deception" (the included video is a treat), Kristeen Young's wailing vocals in "Rotting on the Vine", Seraphim Shock's snarlingly horrific "Prey", Bella Morte's lush "Fall No More" and Diary of Dreams' eerie waltz "Blind in Darkness". No real clunkers but I liked Neuroactive's technopop "Superficial" least. Also, those unfamiliar with VtM's Tzimisce clan may not appreciate the camp humor of Paralysed Age's "Bloodsucker 2000."
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
One of the best CD's out there 8 Mar. 2000
By Tom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Consider this disc a guest pass of sorts to the musical mysteries of The Succubus Club. But don't take that too literally, our bouncers are not known for their sense of humor..and you'd still never get in dressed like *that*.." -DJ Damascus(Toreador)
Music from the Succubus Club is the first ever Soundtrack made for V:TM. As the liner notes explain, it is not a CD *about* Vampires, but instead a compilation of the best tracks that can be heard within the walls of this
Infamous haven for the undead(No, the club does not exist, sorry). Every piece of music has been carefully selected, and the artists all contribute excellent pieces It starts out with "Deception", a new track by the popular Goth/synthpop artists, "The Crüxshadows". This is a brilliant starting track, for it truly sets the atmosphere and gives you an idea of the *excellent* music favored in the Club. It is my favorite Crüxshadows track to date, and has an excellent hook.."pray for daylight, pray for morning, pray for an end to..our deception". Indeed. The song has a bit of an Irish sound thanks to the beautiful violin playing of Rachel McDonnell. Man can she play. Also included on this CD is a Music Video(Playable on Mac/PC) of "Deception". The next track, "Prey" by Seraphim Shock, is quite a bit more brutal, but also excellent. The vocals are fantastic, and the guitars make the track truly scream. "Bloodsucker 2000", a remix of the hit track by Paralysed Age, is a great new rendition of the song and the new synth work really adds to the melody. Other songs have a considerably bloody edge, none more so than "Hemoglobin" by Beborn Beton. Killer Track(pardon the pun)! Nosferatu, Mission U.K., Carfax Abbey, Neuroactive, Wench, Sunshine Blind, Bella Morte, Kristeen Young, and Diary of Dreams are the other impressive talents that head up this fantastic CD. I have to say this CD really does seem like it would
be played beginning to end in Helena's Club, something that would make the night truly come alive. This CD makes a great addition to any party, V:TM gathering, hell, it makes for a great listen while walking down Philly(or any other city..Chicago for example? :) ) just enjoying the night. I think you will all enjoy this compilation. Also, as I said, be sure to check out the Crüxshadows "Deception" video on the CD!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Collection 3 April 2001
By David N - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I don't play Vampire, The Masquerade, but bought the CD because of the songs on it. The collection is a very good mix of romantic/gothic/industrial/synth. Some groups, like Cruxshadows are relatively new to the scene, while Nosferatu is a classic. Diary of Dreams represents current German goth, and Beborn Beton is usually more of a romantic, dark synthpop group. Not all winners, but a good solid compillation. Actually, one of the better comps and much better than most sound tracks.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A must for DarkSiders 25 Oct. 2001
By Az Reel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have always loved Vampires, and I have played White Wolf RPGs for several years before I happened to see this CD. It just was there, waiting for me in the shelf of a usually crappy CD store. I bought it on a whim, and after the first skimming on my car stereo on the way home it blasted its way into my permanent rotation and into my twisted black heart.
From the opening sounds of 'Deception' until the last second of 'Superficial' this disc is pure power. Some songs will make you want to jump up and dance in the streets, others, like 'Rotting on the Vine' are mellow, slow, perfect to just chill out to. You can actually dance a waltz to 'Blind in Darkness' if you are into that.
This CD is great for everybody, but any VtM or VtDA will truly appreciate it. With every song dedicated to one of the 13 clans, each song is different, but linked by common themes. And it is easy to see why songs would appeal to the individual clans. The dark chanting of 'Blind in Darkness' is very close to what a Tremere invocation would sound like, and the hissing whispers of 'Heart of Darkness' make anybody shiver who ever had his character fall prey to a Setite's temptations.
In addition listening to this CD made me do something I usually shun away from: buying albums of artists I only know one song of. I currently own one disc each of Beborn Beton, Diary of Dreams, Bella Morte, Cruxshadows, Wench and Paralysed Age, with more to come for sure :)
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Music from the Succubus Club 16 Jun. 2000
By Veronica H. Barnhart - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD is the ( ). Cruxshadows sets the tone with the firstsong "Deception" and is soon followed by the in your facegoth/rock song "Prey" by Seraphim Shock. The CD slacks off until Bella Morte's "Fall No More". Then another pretty cool song "Soul to Bleed" by Carfax Abbey. I don't really care for the other songs until the last song. Even though I only liked a few songs from it, Music from the Succubus Club is a must buy for goth/rock and darkwave fans. END
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