David J (b. David J. Haskins), the bassist/vocalist for the seminal gothic rock-band Bauhaus, released a single profession in 1983, just like Bauhaus folded. His initial single record, Etiquette of Assault, didn’t gather very much interest, and he started dealing with the Jazz Butcher. After launching two albums (Sex and Travel along with a Scandal in Bohemia) using the cult musician, David J documented his second single record, Crocodile Tears as well as the Velvet Cosh (1985). Shortly soon after, J and his Bauhaus cohorts, Daniel Ash and Kevin Haskins, attemptedto re-form their previous band; though it hardly ever blossomed right into a full-fledged reunion, the trio produced Appreciate and Rockets, launching their first record in 1985. David J continuing with his single career, launching David J on Cup in 1986. Pursuing Like and Rockets’ shock hit one “Therefore Alive” in 1989, J released Music From Another Period; it didn’t capitalize over the group’s achievement. Two years afterwards, he released Urban Urbane, his 5th single album.