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Album Review

London After Midnight play a fresh version of goth-rock, but with more of an emphasis on melodies.

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Selected scenes

The album selected scenes was released in 1992 as a demo, the most representative tracks are 'Revenge'; 'Black Cat'; Sacrifice and 'This paradise' Theire unique sound and live show make them gain popularity all over the world. The 2003 remixes offer a fresh view of their classic songs. I got hooked to this band after seeing them live in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1994. The album is a must for any darkwave/alternative/goth fan.


Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

London After Midnight is the brainchild of vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Sean Brennan, whose work -- described by Brennan as "dark-rock music" -- incorporates elements of goth rock, glam rock, electronic, industrial, and other sounds. Brennan was born and raised in New England, and in his youth he aspired to be a filmmaker. However, after relocating to California, he became disenchanted with the cinematic process (in a 1998 interview, Brennan said, "I find the movie business to...
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