Gotham is a double-disc live album by English gothic rock band Bauhaus of a concert performed in 1998, released in 1999 by record label Metropolis. The album also includes one appended studio track, a cover of "Severance", originally recorded by Dead Can Dance on their 1988 album The Serpent's Egg. Contents. Peter Murphy – vocals, guitar. David J – bass guitar. Kevin Haskins – drums.
Gotham may refer to: Gotham, Nottinghamshire, England. Gotham, a hamlet near Verwood, Dorset, England. Gotham Plantation, near Gotham Grange in the English Peak District. New York City; see Nicknames of New York City. Gotham Comedy Club, a venue for stand-up comedy in New York City. Gotham (film), a 1988 thriller. Gotham Awards, given for cinema achievement. Gotham Games, a video game publisher. Project Gotham Racing, video game franchise.
Gotham! is the second album by the revival band Radio 4. Released in 2002, Gotham! became mildly famous in underground club and dance scenes through the release of the single Dance to the Underground. In a similar way to their 2000 debut, The New Song & Dance, Gotham! was a critical success but not a strong commercial success. However, with their new angrier and more raw sound, the band escaped from critics that stated that Radio 4 were a carbon copy of The Clash
Gotham is a double-disc live album by English gothic rock band Bauhaus of a concert performed in 1998, released in 1999 by record label Metropolis. Track listing.
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Gotham is a double-disc live album by English gothic rock band Bauhaus of a concert performed in 1998, released in 1999 by record label Metropolis. Gotham. Live album by Bauhaus.
Pennyworth is an upcoming American crime drama, created by the Gotham showrunners Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon. It follows Bruce Wayne's legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon), a former British SAS soldier who forms a security company and goes to work with Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge), Bruce's billionaire father, in 1960s London.