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ACCEPTABLE IN THE EIGHTIES 1: GOTH

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Goth was one of the more unique subcultures in 1980s pop. Evolving from Post-punk, Gothic rock took inspiration from the darker end of 1960s rock (The Doors, The Velvet Underground) as well as the more arty, theatrical side of Glam. It's aesthetics from fashion to club culture still resonates to this day. Everyone knows a Goth!


Featuring performances from Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Birthday Party, The Cure, Bauhaus, The Damned, Killing Joke, The Sisters of Mercy, The Cult, All About Eve and The Mission.

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