Bauhaus - The Sky's Gone Out [Import Limited Edition Purple LP] | RECORD STORE DAY

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Limited edition UK only Purple vinyl re-issue. It is very unsurprising that Bauhaus split in 1983. First and foremost, Peter Murphy became ill and couldn't even manage writing many of the songs for 'Burning from the Inside', leaving those normal duties to the other band members. Secondly, it was the year in which many sub-genres of Metal took place: Thrash Metal began it's worldwide crusade in Metallica's and Slayer's début albums, the first wave of Black Metal was just around the corner thanks to the unashamed rawness and simplistic musicianship of Venom and even the chart-bothering excellence of the NWOBHM scene including Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and Saxon among others. However, this didn't seem to ruin the band's music or primary intentions at all, because as 'Burning from the Inside', there still were aspects of the band's performance that made them stand out from the crowd.