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Superstition is an album by Siouxsie & the Banshees, released in 1991. The first single, "Kiss Them for Me," gave the band its first top-forty Billboard Hot 100 hit in the United States, peaking at number 23.



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  • Avatar for KingFahtah
    This is the punk Cocteau Twins album, only you can make sense of the lyrics.
  • Avatar for MachineOfaDream
    I consider this to be their best album, but I'm also not a big fan of their early work. Maybe I'm just a different era of Siouxsie fan. I didn't get into their music until this decade.
  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    Gorgeous record <3 I don't think there much love for it on here though by the looks of it :(
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  • Avatar for watchxthis
    this is a great album --every track--and i dont think its overproduced----production suits the content [2] fact desu
  • Avatar for PartySanCTG
    It doesn't sound so overproduced if you're already used to Stephen Hague from his other production work.
  • Avatar for rainy-dog
    a few tracks on the second half are a little bit ordinary but i've always loved this album. softly is a masterpiece, for instance. then there's shadowtime and kiss them for me - two of the greatest early 90s pop singles ever.
  • Avatar for BaldoMexicano
    problem probably is the band and their music progressed ......those slating the album did not.......but each to their in the past if you wish
  • Avatar for Jargou
    Although I do understand why many hardcore fans were quite disappointed with this album - I mean, Superstition and for example Juju are like polar opposites - I think one of the best things about Siouxsie and the Banshees is the fact that they kept on experimenting new things. They didn't repeat themselves. And if you don't draw too much comparisons you can realise how good Superstition actually is.

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