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Siouxsie and the Banshees - Superstition (1991) Retail CD
Alternative Pop/ Rock
This is an album of keenly perceptive songs set to 90s rhythms that are thoroughly integrated in the Banshees vision. Kiss Them For Me, the swaying single about starlet Jayne Mansfield, comes with a buoyant dance beat and Indian drums while Fear is a more typical Sioux outing with a gothic feel. The enigmatic ballad Little Sister passes by soothingly and before you know it, you're in Shadowtime, a siouxcessful slab of psychedelia repeated in Silver Waterfalls which is even more enchanting with its sitar tinged sound. The atmospheric dirge Softly could have come from This Mortal Coil or themore… Twin Peaks soundtrack. Sioux's voice has lost none of its lethal bite, but here she becomes convincingly sensitive as she intones "Softly the moment has gone/So softly the moment had flown" and demonstrates the same sensitivity in The Ghost In You, where guitar and sitar go full throttle on a truly magnificent arrangement, with references to the Tiananmen square massacre. And so Siouxsie takes leave of the ghost in us with a Kiss Eternal.
|1||Kiss Them for Me|
|2||Fear (Of the Unknown)|
|8||Got to Get Up|
|11||Ghost in You|
- Siouxsie and the Banshees - Superstition (1991) Retail CD
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