Gothic rock

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Gothic rock

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Gothic rock

Gothic rock (also referred to as goth rock or simply goth) is a _______ subgenre of post-punk and alternative rock that formed during the late 1970s. Gothic rock bands grew from the strong ties they had to the English ____ ____ and emerging post-punk scenes. According to both Pitchfork [2] and NME, [3] protogoth bands are Joy Division, [2] [3] Siouxsie and the Banshees, [2] [3] _______ [2] [3] and The Cure. [2] [3] The _____ itself was defined as a separate movement from punk rock during the early 1980s largely due to the significant stylistic divergences of the movement; gothic ____, as _______ to punk, ________ dark, often keyboard-heavy music with _____________ and depressing lyrics. Gothic rock then gave rise to a broader subculture that included clubs, fashion and numerous ____________ that ____ in popularity in the 1980s.

Choose from the following words:

  • grew
  • opposed
  • introspective
  • rock
  • musical
  • combines
  • bauhaus
  • genre
  • rock
  • publications
  • punk

The original text:

Gothic rock

Gothic rock (also referred to as goth rock or simply goth) is a musical subgenre of post-punk and alternative rock that formed during the late 1970s. Gothic rock bands grew from the strong ties they had to the English punk rock and emerging post-punk scenes. According to both Pitchfork [2] and NME, [3] protogoth bands are Joy Division, [2] [3] Siouxsie and the Banshees, [2] [3] Bauhaus [2] [3] and The Cure. [2] [3] The genre itself was defined as a separate movement from punk rock during the early 1980s largely due to the significant stylistic divergences of the movement; gothic rock, as opposed to punk, combines dark, often keyboard-heavy music with introspective and depressing lyrics. Gothic rock then gave rise to a broader subculture that included clubs, fashion and numerous publications that grew in popularity in the 1980s.

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collocation frequency
gothic rock 28
post punk 5
velvet underground 4
southern death 4
rock gothic 4
birthday party 4
simon reynolds 3
punk rock 3
killing joke 3
joy division 3
death cult 3
xmal deutschland 2
term gothic 2
rock include 2
reynolds identifies 2
punk bands 2
positive punk 2
particularly influential 2
music journalist 2
leonard cohen 2
late 1970s 2
goth groups 2
early 1980s 2
david bowie 2

ngrams of length 3

collocation frequency
rock gothic bands 4
gothic rock culture 4
southern death cult 3
post punk bands 2
gothic rock includes 2

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