Archive for June 5th, 2024

How was a goth in the 80s suppose to be or act that old bands hated the term and was like us ?goth !eww disgusting

In today’s age goth is labeled as cool somewhat depends or in early 2000s people would get bullied for being from the norm . but in the 80s how was that life like . And I know bands hate being labeled but I’m talking about the bands pov. What did they think a goth was in there time that, that name had a bad rep . How would they be described

The only thing I have conjured a small detail which is funny

Andrew : ME GOTH how ?I wear pyjamas or shorts in my house

That’s was a funny statement from Andrew

Would he think goths wear there garments at home ??

How did bands perceive typical goths in 80s

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Gay Goth Dance Machine [This Cold Night]

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Diskoteket – Gyllene drömmar [2019 gothic rock / ethereal wave, Sweden]

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Echo And The Bunnymen – Over The Wall (1981)

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Favorite Red Lorry Yellow Lorry Songs

Hello, I’m getting around the checking out Red Lorry Yellow Lorry and don’t entirely know where to start!! Please provide your favorite Red Lorry Yellow Lorry tracks. Thank you.

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Do you think society perceive goth people as villains ?

Or menace to the system ? I personally found this dumb to judge or stereotype an entire community for what they wear. I feel like society was made for everyone to blend in and be normal and when someone goes out the script who was planned for them they are treated as pariahs. The darker part of clothing also shows a face of life that most people wanna deny, but goth people seem to embrace it to the fullest.

After all clothes often represent who you are as a person since its the first thing that strangers sees on you. But most normies think that dark style equal depression evilness and other negative feelings. Even if some goths can be in a bad place mentally. i would argue that its more about embracing the darker side in a healthy way.

To conclude, goths and other alts arent scared to show their individuality and embrace everything about the underworld in a positive and healthy manner. I wont say that im a baby bat because i have my own style but as someone who also into the dark and vamp culture goth clothes still play a toll on my style. Anyway just to say that clothes define you as a person, in a external way, but dark doesnt equal evil, most goths are the most beautiful people on the inside.

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