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1. What Your Eyes Had Seen - Audra
2. When You're Evil - Voltaire
3. Mysterium - This Ascension
4. All My Lovers - Black Tape For A Blue Girl
5. A Girl Called Harmony - Attrition
6. My Virgin Widows - Mors Syphilitica
7. Excade Decade Decada - Lycia
8. Cayman - Mira
9. Splinters (Re-Stripped) - Thanatos
10. Lonely - Human Drama
11. Rajna - Rajna
12. Swollen Sea - Lovespirals
13. Don't Fear The Reaper - Unto Ashes

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V/A ~ Projekt: Gothic

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Audra, Voltaire, This Ascension, Black Tape For A Blue Girl, Attrition, ...

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Simply Beautiful. 19 Jun. 2004
By "darkmaiden7" - Published on Amazon.com
From the ethereal band This Ascension to the catchy-eccentric-goth-like band Mira to the whimsical humour of Voltaire... the folks organizing Projekt Gothic truly know how to put together a spectacular compilation album. If you enjoy ethereal, goth (true goth bands, not the Marilyn Manson type), and eccentric bands, you will enjoy this album.
I would also recommend listening the final track, "Don't Fear the Reaper" by Unto Ashes. Their rendition of Blue Oyster Cult's hit song is amazing. They bring a dark, depressive vibe to it that radiates pure genius. However, be sure not to miss Mira's song. It is--quite possibly--one of the most popular tracks on the album (although they are a lesser-known band.) It is a stand-out and truly phenomenal.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
a worthy sampling 27 Oct. 2003
By Eve Nevarre - Published on Amazon.com
I always like compilation albums because they are a good way to get a varied sampling of a particular genre and also a good way to hear new artists. Often, however, only about half the tracks on compilation albums are any good. Not the case in Projekt: Gothic. I love this album and it is consistantly good from beginning to end. It starts out with the distinct sound of Audra and their song, "What Your Eyes Had Seen." Then it goes straight into "When You're Evil" by Voltaire which is simply a gloriously fun song. It of course includes a track by the ever-gothic Black Tape for a Blue Girl and also includes many artists I was not familiar with but now have become a fan of.
I recommend this cd to anyone. It is a fine sampling and even if every track does not appeal to every listener, it is still a worthy compilation. Give it a listen!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Way to Find Great Bands 30 Jan. 2006
By Anne Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
This is one of my favorite CDs, and I don't like very many compilation albums. I found my favorite band, Mira, through this CD, and so many other great bands on the Projekt label, I've listened this CD to death, so I plan to buy a new copy soon, even though I already have most of the albums. I also recommend the other Projekt compilation albums.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Enjoyable. 29 Mar. 2003
By "kitsunechibi" - Published on Amazon.com
This CD was actually one of my first introductions to gothic and darkwave music. Its really not the best compilation, but its good for background music, lazying about the house, and late nights with the lights out and candles lit. =) The most outstanding artists on this I think are Voltaire and Black Tape for a Blue Girl. Voltaire has an amusing song that reminded me of a certian anime character. (cookies if you guess who it is.) If you liked Voltaire I reccomend him muchly. I espically love his song "Dead Girls." Very amusing. I also loved the song "A Girl Called Harmony" by Attrition. Another is "Don't Fear The Reaper" by Unto Ashes... If you love this kind of music, Id also reccomend you check out the singer Rasputina. =)
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Another Solid Projekt Release 10 April 2003
By E. Jones - Published on Amazon.com
If there's one thing you can say about Sam Rosenthal and the people at Projekt, it's that they're consistant about quality--and quality and an affordable price. This release (Originally a Hot Topic exclusive... and don't roll your eyes at me, Goth-boy!) is perhaps one of the better darkwave compilations out there, and was excellent inspiration for me to check out some of the bands I'd previously passed by, such as Mors Syphilitica and Human Drama, who's contributions to this album are very, very solid. No complaints here, captain!
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