DISCOGRAPHY

Compilations

Perhaps unsurprisingly, there have been many posthumous appearances by the March Violets on budget "Gothic" compilations.

The only exception to this is their contribution to the soundtrack to John Hughes' 1987 teen-flick Some Kind Of Wonderful, where they covered the Rolling Stones' "Miss Amanda Jones" (along with one of their own compositions "Turn To The Sky"), appearing alongside The Jesus & Mary Chain, Flesh For Lulu, Furniture and Steven Duffy on the movie's soundtrack album.

Listed below is a small sample of their "Gothic" contributions:

  • Various Artists: Burning from the Outside: Retail Slut
  • Various Artists: Dark Pleasures: Gothic Rock Collection
  • Various Artists: Darker Shade of Goth
  • Various Artists: Flesheaters
  • Various Artists: Goth: Music of the Shadows, Vol. 1
  • Various Artists: Goth Box
  • Various Artists: Gothic Erotica
  • Various Artists: Gothic Maladies
  • Various Artists: Gothic Rock, Vol. 2: 80's Into...
  • Various Artists: Gothic Rock, Vol. 3: Back on Black
  • Various Artists: Kiss of the Vampyre
  • Various Artists: Monsters of Goth
  • Various Artists: Mysterious Encounters
  • Various Artists: Sanctuary
  • Various Artists: Songs for a Black Planet
  • Various Artists: This Is Goth
  • Various Artists: Undead: 50 Gothic Masterpieces

There are more, but their titles all start sounding the same after a while...