This album serves as a great introduction to the more obscure cult hits in the Gothic genre.
I can see through other reviews that there are debates about what is and what is not Gothic music, I'd like to remind those reviewers that Gothic music has spread far and wide since the early 80's post-punk origins, often going into new wave, pop hits and even heavy metal in the past two decades.
I would not recommend this album to those beginning to explore Gothic rock, but rather to those who are well versed in their Banshees, Sisters and Bauhaus and are ready to delve into the lesser known cult classic bands such as Fields of the Nephilim, The Mission, Rosetta Stone, Christian Death etc. The album also gives a great showcase of the new directions Gothic music is being re-imagined.
As a reviewer looking for the obscure, I find this to be a fantastic compilation which has led me to more artists to add to my Gothic music collection.