Talk:Gothic music

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 Definition A genre of rock music (new wave), often with an esthetic, gloomy atmosphere and followed by a peculiar subculture. [d] [e]
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Just because I removed some misinformation about "Gothic architecture" and whatnot, please don't think I vouch for the remainder of the article, e.g. non-sequiturs such as "Because Goths tend to be non-violent, pacifistic, passive, and tolerant, the style of gothic music is quiet, elegant and gloomy, combined with classical, metal and electric elements." I'll let somebody qualified to write about popular culture and music deal with that; and some medievalists might take a whack at the necessary disambiguations. Bruce M.Tindall 01:48, 9 December 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, don't ask me. I hear a term like 'Gothic music' and I think of a bunch of Medieval monks walking around the place chanting.... Aleta Curry 02:14, 20 September 2011 (UTC)