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Join Hands is the second album released by Siouxsie & the Banshees. Polydor Records released it in the UK in September 1979. It is also the last album on which band members McKay and Morris appeared. The last track ending the album, is the studio recording of "The Lord's Prayer," the song that they are famous for playing in their debut live performance at the 100 Club Punk Festival in September of 1976.

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  • Avatar for TheBlackRaven87
    For me it's mostly crap. They can do so much better, like on Juju or Tinderbox. 2 or 3 decent songs are on this album but I never really got into it. I tried, but it won't ever do it.
  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    Gorgeous record one their best to although I don't just have one favourite Banshees record their all amazing in my eyes 😁❤️❤️
  • Avatar for pixelphagia
    Extremely underrated.
  • Avatar for Antiikki
    sooo underrated! definitely one of their best IMO
  • Avatar for ZwolleRailway
    just picked this up on vinyl for £2 having never listened to the band, definitely happy with te purchase.
  • Avatar for ThePeoplesPoet
    When i think the word gothic this album (and Lydia Lunch's 13.13)come to mind.A sense of paranoia and intrapment reaches out of this record. My favorite Banshees record...(okay maybe a due between this and Peepshow) although most people don't seem to agree with me.
  • Avatar for Mr_Hmpft
    Something between The Scream's punk and Juju's gothic! I like it :)
  • Avatar for Hugsa
    Playground Twist, Regal Zone and Icon :-)
  • Avatar for MrLabeless
    wow this album is better than "the scream" i think. "Mother/Mein papa" is particularly unnerving, and scary. Didn't know Siouxsie did music boxes before Bjork?, owwww...
  • Avatar for sergiomanxera
    the original release only have eight songs, so love in a void and infatry are bonus tracks

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