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Recorded at Surrey Sound, The Coach House and Polydor January-May 1980. Released on 1 August 1980. Produced by Nigel Gray, Siouxsie And The Banshees. ℗ 1980 Polydor Ltd. (U.K.)

After Join Hands, guitarist John McKay and drummer Kenny Morris departed the Banshees, leaving the band at a crossroads. Siouxsie Sioux and Steven Severin elected to soldier on with ex-Slits drummer Budgie and two guitarists, ex-Sex Pistol Steve Jones and John McGeoch of Magazine as guest Banshees. Despite the personnel upheaval… read more



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  • I have so much ❤️ for this classic record
  • Great!!
  • This album is brilliant overall, but the drumming in particular is great. Very Jaki Liebezeit.
  • great stuff, much better than join hands.
  • nice post-punk
  • Post-punk masterpiece
  • Psychedelic masterpiece! [2]
  • Trophy!
  • This sounds a lot like U2's first album.
  • favorite. changed my world.

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