Bauhaus Undead
Kevin Haskins Cleopatra Records

Bauhaus Undead





Fecha de lanzamiento

February 2021


Cleopatra Records


6.75 lbs


10" x 13"

The Visual History and Legacy of Bauhaus by Kevin Haskins. The Deluxe Second Edition of his 10-inch x 13-inch coffee table book is now 393 pages including 78 new pages of photographs, memorabilia, and 7 additional stories all beautifully housed in a blood-red linen hardcover with black gilding.

Following the success of the now sold-out initial print, Bauhaus founding member and author; Kevin Haskins revisits “Bauhaus Undead” to create an Expanded Edition of his deluxe coffee table book.

With an additional 78 pages and 7 new stories, Kevin has once again drawn from his personal archive, alongside those of Andrew Brooksbank, Vincent Forrest, original Bauhaus LD and tour manager Graham Bentley and Bauhaus bassist David J.

Maintaining the original design aesthetic created by Jeff Anderson, Donny Phillips and Kaylee Carrington, Kevin worked alongside Fendi Nugroho, (in-house artist at Cleopatra) to design complimentary layouts for the additional content. Once again Kevin has created a fitting tribute and a celebration of the legacy created by this groundbreaking band.

There is one in every band; that one member who, from the inception, collects everything from early “Local Band Makes Good” articles to backstage passes, ticket stubs, original artwork, letters, setlists, posters, contracts, band sketches, fan club material, pins, tour itineraries, handwritten lyrics, home- made flyers, all the way through to comic strips and candid photographs. In this carefully curated coffee table book, Kevin Haskins will once again share his personal collection of mostly never seen before ephemera, and also offer up original stories, littered with poignant and sometimes amusing moments, reflected throughout the bands hallowed career.

The book, now boasting additional content of some 78 pages and incorporating a further seven stories, takes the spectator on a journey from the band’s inception in late 1978 through to their highly successful reformation in 1998, the legendary Coachella performance in 2005 and culminating in the band’s welcome return to the live stage in 2019.