In October, I never got around to releasing the playlist I used whilst writing ‘Cinder’. So, here it is… not exactly seasonal, although, with a glass of mulled wine, a log fire, and a room of candles… it does work.
Actually, the playlist has been public for a couple of months, so maybe you already stumbled upon it. Nah, probably not.
It’s a small playlist. Only 21 tracks. Some of the tracks I also listened to whilst writing ‘A Bump in the Night’. It’s a little ‘darker’ than that playlist, though.
It’s always hard to say which track got more play time. Once again, ‘The Cure’ feature a lot. I’m also rather fond of ‘Cranes’. Alison Shaw’s voice is deliciously haunting. If I could eat it, I probably would. There are one or two tracks that might seem out of place, but they just seemed to appeal at different times during the writing. Memories can be like that. The last track, ‘Mr Self Destruct’ by NIN, was one that I had in mind before I even added it to the playlist.
As always, the videos below were chosen purely for their sound and not for any other reason (or because I couldn’t find another).
So, for those of you tired of listening to carols, have a listen to this selection before retiring for the night… oh, and pleasant dreams!
- Three Imaginary Boys – The Cure
- New Dawn Fades – Joy Division
- How Beautiful You Are – The Cure
- Where Fishes Go – Live
- Speak No Evil – Cocteau Twins
- Cold – The Cure
- In The Flat Field – Bauhaus
- Hot Ride – The Prodigy (ft. Juliette Lewis)
- Golgotha Tenement Blues – Machines of Loving Grace
- The River – Nymphs
- From the Edge of the Deep Green Sea – The Cure
- Lillies – Cranes
- Night Shift – Siouxsie & the Banshees
- Mire – Theatre of Tragedy
- Bela Lugosi’s Dead – Bauhaus
- The Figurehead – The Cure
- Alice – The Sisters of Mercy
- Come This Far – Cranes
- No Time To Cry – The Sisters of Mercy
- Kitty’s Dead – Seraphim Shock
- Mr Self Destruct – Nine Inch Nails