Dead Artist Syndrome - Prints of Darkness
Gothic album released indendently before being picked up by Blonde Vinyl. Brian Healy is considered the Godfather of Christian Goth.

Other information:
Re-issued in 1991 on Blonde Vinyl Records. Re-issued independently in 2003 as the 13th Anniversary Edition with a slightly different cover and bonus songs.


album cover

 
Dead Artist Syndrome
Prints of Darkness (Independent 1990)
D.A.S. is Brian Healy

01) Christmas Healy  
02) Amy Healy Acoustic Guitar and Chanting: Michael Gerard Knott  
03) Dancing Without Touching Healy  
04) I'm Not In Your Vision Healy  
05) Hope Healy Acoustic Guitar: Michael Gerard Knott  
06) Dance With Me Healy  
07) Think of Me (Song for Paula) Healy, Nicholson  
08) Red Healy, Taylor  
09) Reach Healy  



album cover

 
Dead Artist Syndrome
Prints of Darkness | 13th Anniversary Issue (Independent 2003)
D.A.S. is Brian Healy

01) Christmas Healy  
02) Amy Healy Acoustic Guitar and Chanting: Michael Gerard Knott  
03) Dancing Without Touching Healy  
04) I'm Not In Your Vision Healy  
05) Hope Healy Acoustic Guitar: Michael Gerard Knott  
06) Dance With Me Healy  
07) Think of Me (Song for Paula) Healy, Nicholson  
08) Red Healy, Taylor  
09) Reach Healy  
10) Surrender Healy  
11) Rich Girl Healy  
12) Christmas (live) Healy  
13) Dancing Without Touching (live) Healy  
14) Amy (live) Healy  
15) Hope (live) Healy  
16) Dance With Me (live) Healy  
17) Think Of Me (live) Healy, Nicholson  
18) Dancing Without Touching (live) Healy  
19) Hope (live) Healy  
20) Take My Hand/Reach (live) Healy  

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