(1996) October Rust [Special Edition]

Type O Negative

... read morePeter Steele predicted that the follow-up to Bloody Kisses would accentuate Type O Negative's melodic side, specifically for the purpose of making money. Steele's attempt at "pop-goth" actually works well for a while; his cynical take on goth-rock's typical subject matter is in full swing over the...

01:36′:20″ 18 Songs

1
Bad Ground
Type O Negative
0:38
2
(No Title) 'October Rust' Track 2 (Spoken Word Intro)
Type O Negative
0:21
3
Love You To Death
Type O Negative
7:09
4
Be My Druidess
Type O Negative
5:26
5
Green Man
Type O Negative
5:48
6
Red Water (Christmas Mourning)
Type O Negative
6:48
7
My Girlfriend's Girlfriend
Type O Negative
3:43
8
Die With Me
Type O Negative
7:12
9
Burnt Flowers Fallen
Type O Negative
6:10
10
In Praise Of Bacchus
Type O Negative
7:37
11
Cinnamon Girl
Type O Negative
4:01
12
The Glorious Liberation Of The People's Technocratic Republic Of Vinnland By The Combined Forces Of The United Territories Of Europa
Type O Negative
1:07
13
Wolf Moon (Including Zoanthropic Paranoia)
Type O Negative
6:38
14
Haunted
Type O Negative
10:08
15
(No Title) 'October Rust' Track 15 [Spoken Word Outro]
Type O Negative
0:08
16
Black Sabbath (From The Satanic Perspective)
Type O Negative
7:46
17
Haunted (Per Version)
Type O Negative
11:47
18
Cinnamon Girl (Extended Depression Mix)
Type O Negative
3:53
Released 19 August 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003 The All Blacks B.V. Issued under license to Roadrunner Records from The All Blacks B.V. Roadrunner Records is a registered trademark of The All Blacks B.V.

Review

Peter Steele predicted that the follow-up to Bloody Kisses would accentuate Type O Negative's melodic side, specifically for the purpose of making money. Steele's attempt at "pop-goth" actually works well for a while; his cynical take on goth-rock's typical subject matter is in full swing over the first half of October Rust, and the band gleefully wallows in its stated commercialism by personally thanking the listener for purchasing the album at its start and finish...October Rust comes off as a promising concept and a nice try... ~ Steve Huey