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Black Tape for a Blue Girl
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Black Tape for a Blue Girl is an American Dark Wave band formed in 1986 by Projekt Records' founder Sam Rosenthal. Their music takes on elements of dark cabaret, Dark Wave, ethereal, ambient, and neoclassical music.
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Releases on file (14)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — To Touch the Milky Way Black Tape for a Blue Girl — To Touch the Milky Way
(Projekt 355, 2018, CD / DL)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — These Fleeting Moments Black Tape for a Blue Girl — These Fleeting Moments
(Projekt 331, 2016, CD / LP / DL)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Tenderotics Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Tenderotics
(Projekt 288, 2013, CD)
Various Artists — A Dark Cabaret 2 Various Artists — A Dark Cabaret 2
(Projekt 260, 2011, CD)
Various Artists — A Sepiachord Passport Various Artists — A Sepiachord Passport
(Projekt 250, 2010, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — 10 Neurotics Black Tape for a Blue Girl — 10 Neurotics
(Projekt 229, 2009, CD)
Various Artists — A Dark Noël Various Artists — A Dark Noël
(Projekt 198, 2007, CD)
Various Artists — Summoning of the Muse - A Tribute to Dead Can Dance Various Artists — Summoning of the Muse - A Tribute to Dead Can Dance
(Projekt 173, 2005, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — The Scavenger Bride Black Tape for a Blue Girl — The Scavenger Bride
(Projekt 130, 2002, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — As One Aflame Laid Bare by Desire Black Tape for a Blue Girl — As One Aflame Laid Bare by Desire
(Projekt 86, 1999, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Remnants of a Deeper Purity Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Remnants of a Deeper Purity
(Projekt 68, 1996, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl  — Ashes in the Brittle Air Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Ashes in the Brittle Air
(Projekt 26, 1989/1993, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Mesmerized by the Sirens Black Tape for a Blue Girl — Mesmerized by the Sirens
(Projekt 25, 1987, CD)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl — The Rope Black Tape for a Blue Girl — The Rope
(Projekt 20, 1986/1993, CD)

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