No, seriouslyActually, the things I've been enjoying the most lately are these dark music comp.'s that a bunch of different companies have been putting out: Unquiet Grave III is a recent favorite...here are a few others:
Bouqet of Dreams
the entire Zillo series (I only have a couple, but intend to chase the rest down)
the entire Diva X Machina series
Orkus presents best of 1999
Awake the Machines
...that's all I can think of for now...
...but really, there was nothing else like Bauhaus...in my book, anyway...
But if you don't mind talking Goth in general, I always like a lot of the Bauhaus off-shoots: Tones on Tail (Everything should be required listening for everyone into this type of music); Dali's Car; Love & Rockets (I even like the trippy later stuff like Lift and Hot Trip to Heaven, which are more post-rock than anything else); Daniel Ash's solo stuff is amazing. Mission, Sisters, Cure, and Fields of the Nephilim are all pretty cool in my book (of the more widely known names). Never got into the coarser sounds of e.g., Gene Loves Jezebel, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Alien Sex Fiend, Christian Death, et al, for some reason (just to give you an idea of what I am into and where I am coming from, so that you know whether or not to take my suggestions; not meant as a slam or anything).
If you want a little more laid-back sound, I've been recently revisiting my Projekt stuff, and there's some really good stuff there. For those unfamiliar, the names "Black Tape for a Blue Girl" and "Lycia" might mean something to you -- they are both from the Projekt fold. If you like that reverb-drenched sound, then you should like Faith and the Muse (not from Projekt, but similar sounding). I, personally, have been rediscovering Soul Whirling Somewhere and, more recently, Lowsunday.