This week's musical memory comes courtesy of my brother, Evil-E. He introduced me to this album on the way to the Duct Tape Festival in Avon Lake, OH. It's not the usual first album or classic album that was very popular on the radio. It is, however, an excellent album to say the least.
I do remember hearing "Christian Woman" off this album many years ago, but I never gave it much thought. Then I heard it again, thanks to Evil-E, and I heard even more of this album including "Black #1," "Bloody Kisses" and a remake that completely sold me on the album. Even though I was never a fan of Seals & Crofts, I always liked the lyrics to their best-known song, "Summer Breeze." Type O Negative remade this song for the album. Bloody Kisses is a very dark, heavy album with some excellent songs on it. I highly recommend it if you like the Gothic metal sound. If not, listen to it online, first and see how you like it.
Next week, I will share with you the album I was introduced to on the way home from the Duct Tape Festival. No, it sounds nothing like this one, but it is a lot of fun.