Romantic goths of the late 1980's and early 90's had a friend indeed in Johnette Napolitano, the scratchy voiced, raven haired front woman of Concrete Blonde. Bloodletting, with its roses set against a black background album cover is probably their most recognizable album thanks to the mega hit Joey.
The title track, Bloodletting (the Vampire Song), is a far superior–and a great addition to any Halloween party play lists you might be getting together this week.
O you were a vampire and baby
I'm the walking dead!
The song is inspired by vampire author Anne Rice; catch up on the early 90's goth style with the video.