Sisters of Mercy - Rotal Albert Hall - Video Concert

One of the first English gothic rock bands. Formed in 1980. The band cited Leonard Cohen, Hawkwind, Gary Glitter, The Velvet Underground, The Stooges, Motörhead, Suicide, The Birthday Party, and The Fall as among their influences.[7] Cohen himself wrote and performed a song entitled "Sisters of Mercy" on his debut album, Songs of Leonard Cohen. The band shares influences with other bands in the first wave of what is termed "goth" music.

Whilst the band enjoys a considerable fan base with overlapping interests in so-called dark culture, The Sisters of Mercy consider themselves first and foremost a rock band. They have actively discouraged their association with "goth" via regular public statements in the press, not to mention stipulations in their standard contract riders. Nevertheless, this has not stopped them from regularly appearing at festivals where this music is featured, such as M'era Luna. In addition, The Sisters of Mercy were highly influential to the second wave of Gothic rock bands.[

Director: Mike Mansfield
Craig Adams
Andrew Eldritch
Wayne Hussey
Runtime: 57

Description: This video captures the Sisters of Mercy at their absolute peak of perfection, when the entire world lay at their feet. To see Eldritch clinging to the mic for dear life, Adams rocking back and forth to the throbbing bass, Marx and Hussey background images in the mist.

01. First And Last And Always
02. Body And Soul
03. Marian
04. No Time To Cry
05. Walk Away
06. Possession
07. Emma
08. Amphetamine Logic
09. A Rock And A Hard Place
10. Floorshow
11. Alice
12. Fix
13. Knockin' On Heaven's Door


wino said...


wally said...

Not workie for free downloader
*sigh* never mind
Just wanna say how superb this show is, being there was fan'fuckin'tastic!!!!

keep up the great work my friend

eyevaan said...

I just got this to dl. I wish I'd never seen them two years ago - he has become a travesty of himself but I will always remember everything before that as nothing but love songs.