Bloody Kisses is the third studio album by the American band Type O Negative and the last recording with the band's original line-up, as the drummer, Sal Abruscato, left in late 1993. The album includes one of their best known songs, "Black No. 1", which earned the band a considerable cult following. The album further established recurring motifs of the band's music, such as including cover songs recorded in the gothic metal style, sample-heavy soundscapes in between songs, and lyrics replete with dry, satirical humour. It is now considered a classic of both the early-1990s alternative metal movement and gothic metal. Bloody Kisses is notable for being the first album released on Roadrunner Records to achieve gold and platinum certification.more »
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