As we head into the halloween weekend, houses are being suitably be-decked in all things spooky and it is the perfect time to re-immerse yourself in the much misunderstood genre that is goth. Not only does it make for the perfect soundtrack, you will be reminded just how great some of the music was.

Those awful nice people at post-punk.com have put together a list of albums, descriptions, videos.links etc that acts as a brief overview of the early days of goth. So if you are looking for a great soundtrack for the weekend, have lost touch with your post-punk roots or are just looking for some great music then header here and get your goth on!

http://www.post-punk.com/40-years-of-goth-essential-albums-from-the-genres-beginnings/?fbclid=IwAR0AMChchzhqFpkSSZ84ZVXs9Stkbxk5jiRzAKM55IxaVCFFfA5xD55pz50

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