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In 1984, Joy Division's bassist Peter Hook named Play Dead as one of their heirs: "If you listen to a band like Play Dead, who I really like, Joy Division played the same stuff that Play Dead are playing.They're similar." By the mid-1980s, bands began proliferating and became increasingly popular, including the Sisters of Mercy, the Mission (known as the Mission UK in the US), Alien Sex Fiend, the March Violets, Xmal Deutschland, the Membranes, and Fields of Nephilim.Record labels like Factory, 4AD and Beggars Banquet released much of this music in Europe, and through a vibrant import music market in the US, the subculture grew, especially in New York and Los Angeles, California, where many nightclubs featured "gothic/industrial" nights.The popularity of 4AD bands resulted in the creation of a similar US label, Projekt, which produces what was colloquially termed ethereal wave, a subgenre of dark wave music.I'm mellow, happy, and comfortable with who I am and where my life is going; looking for like-min life long Bachlor never been married, no kids. Not looking for a woman that wants me to support them nor do I want a woman to take care of me."...being Goth, for me, is seeing beauty, and its coming destruction, at the same time. It's the last dance as the walls are crumbling around you..." Gothic culture is basically indefinable, because "Goth" means different things to each member of the gothic community.One thing that sits at the core of gothic culture is music.
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