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More about Bauhaus.
Bauhaus is a British rock band formed in Northampton in 1978. Bauhaus took their name from the German Bauhaus art movement, initially going by the name Bauhaus 1919, dropping the latter portion within a year of the band's creation. Even though there were bands before them that pre-figured the style, Bauhaus is usually agreed to have been the first goth group. Bauhaus combined a number of influences (punk music, glam rock, and even dub) to produce a gloomy, but very loving sound which appealed to many left looking for something new in the wake of punk's collapse. Their sound have been proven to be very influential bringing attention to a whole wave of post-punk groups delving in the intense, gloomy style that would finally come to be recognized as goth rock. Bauhaus remains one of the most admired groups of its era and genre.
In August 1979, Bauhaus debut single, "Bela Lugosi's Dead" was released. Over nine minutes long and recorded "live in the studio" in a single take, it did not enter the UK pop charts, but remained on sale for several years thereafter. By far their most famous work, its minimalist, free-form nature evoked a mixture of The Doors, early Pink Floyd and experimental Krautrock bands such as Can and Neu!. The song was used to score the first ten minutes of the 1983 Tony Scott vampire film "The Hunger".
After Bauhaus broke up (1983), all the group members of the band did a variety of solo work. Vocalist Peter Murphy worked for a short time with bassist Mick Karn of Japan in the band Dali's Car before going solo with such albums such as Deep and Love Hysteria. In 1985, David, Daniel and Kevin produced Love and Rockets, who achieved a US hit in 1989 with "So Alive". In 1998, the band broke up after seven albums.
In 2005, Bauhaus group played a reunion gig at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California on April 30, 2005. No new songs were expected, but Peter Murphy will follow the Coachella performance with his own solo tour to maintain his new album. He does not normally play Bauhaus songs at his solo shows.