Siouxsie and the Banshees- Superstition

Siouxsie and the Banshees- Superstition

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The tenth studio album from the Banshees only reinforced the belief that nothing outside of their world was of real concern. Produced by Stephen Hague, one might say an odd choice, given that grunge was soon to be thrust into the mainstream. Forever evolving and experimenting – Superstition would become yet another offering of unique songs to treasure. Superstition once again underlined that Siouxsie and The Banshees were spinning in a world of their own making, a seismic jolt in the void, a group to treasure. Kiss Them For Me is classic Banshees, unearthing its ripe sensuality in the darkest of terrains. When released as a single in May 1991, opinion was sharply divided between pure devotion and utter confusion. When unveiled at that year's Lollapalooza travelling festival, Kiss Them For Me caught the moment perfectly and went on to become their biggest US hit single to date. The following year, Tim Burton personally requested a Banshees song for his film, Batman Returns. The resulting classic Face To Face is included here as a bonus track.


2LP - Remastered from the original ¼” tapes and cut at half speed at Abbey Road studios, London. Superstition has been expanded and cut over three sides for the first time with a special Vinyl etching on Side Four. Both artwork and audio have personally been overseen and orchestrated by Siouxsie Sioux and Steven Severin.


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