History Music / SiouxsieAndTheBanshees

28th Sep '16 7:27:22 AM 06tele
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* LeadBassist/LeadDrummer: One of the more impressive things about the band is that their music tends to be rhythmically livelier and more interesting than that of their English post-punk peers; this is perhaps on account of having in Severin and Budgie one of the stablest rhythm sections in the history of music.
15th Aug '16 6:36:33 PM ThornBrain
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* MsFanservice: Siouxsie is perceived as quite attractive, despite the band's overall eerie look. In fact, the reason why the Music/SexPistols guitarrist Steve Jones started dropping f-bombs to host Bill Grundy during their notorious interview was because Grundy, who was drunk at the time, made an explicit pass at Siouxsie.

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* MsFanservice: Siouxsie is perceived as quite attractive, despite the band's overall eerie look. In fact, the reason why the Music/SexPistols guitarrist guitarist Steve Jones started dropping f-bombs to host Bill Grundy during their notorious interview was because Grundy, who was drunk at the time, made an explicit pass at Siouxsie.



* OminousMusicBoxTune: Combined with LastNoteNightmare in "Carousel."
** Also "Mother", although it's more soothing at the same time.

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* OminousMusicBoxTune: OminousMusicBoxTune:
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Combined with LastNoteNightmare in "Carousel."
** Also "Mother", although it's more soothing at the same time.



* StalkerWithACrush / MurderBallad: A favourite lyrical theme, such as in "Carcass" and "Head Cut."

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* StalkerWithACrush / MurderBallad: StalkerWithACrush: A favourite lyrical theme, such as in "Carcass" and "Head Cut."
15th Aug '16 6:35:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Confucius}}: Mentioned in "Hong Kong Garden."
31st Jul '16 12:06:00 PM JamesAustin
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* MsFanservice: Siouxsie is perceived as quite attractive, despite the band's overall eerie look. In fact, the reason why the Music/SexPistols started dropping f-bombs to host Bill Grundy during their notorious interview was because Grundy, who was drunk at the time, made an explicit pass at Siouxsie.

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* MsFanservice: Siouxsie is perceived as quite attractive, despite the band's overall eerie look. In fact, the reason why the Music/SexPistols guitarrist Steve Jones started dropping f-bombs to host Bill Grundy during their notorious interview was because Grundy, who was drunk at the time, made an explicit pass at Siouxsie.
31st Jul '16 11:58:49 AM JamesAustin
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* MsFanservice: Siouxsie.

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* MsFanservice: Siouxsie is perceived as quite attractive, despite the band's overall eerie look. In fact, the reason why the Music/SexPistols started dropping f-bombs to host Bill Grundy during their notorious interview was because Grundy, who was drunk at the time, made an explicit pass at Siouxsie.
8th Jul '16 9:22:01 PM ThornBrain
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%% *LyricalDissonance



* TearJerker: There's something extremely powerful and sad about Siouxsie's vocal performance in the Nocturne version of "Painted Bird". "Into The Light" is similar.
** The mournful "Rhapsody".
** The Creatures song "Say", which is about Billy MacKenzie's suicide.
** "Little Sister" is quite haunting and sad including the lyric "Little sister break the rules / Break me in two".
** "Forever" is arguably their saddest song. The music is twirling, elegant and soft, and Siouxsie's melancholic vocals make it all the more saddening: "We, we, couldnt stand together / No, never forever".
** "Love Out Me", especially since it's the last song on their last album.
8th Jul '16 10:38:45 AM Favriel
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* TearJerker: Is it just me or is there something extremely powerful and sad about Siouxsie's vocal performance in the Nocturne version of "Painted Bird"? "Into The Light" is similar.

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* TearJerker: Is it just me or is there There's something extremely powerful and sad about Siouxsie's vocal performance in the Nocturne version of "Painted Bird"? Bird". "Into The Light" is similar.



** "Icon" is at least for me another extremely powerful song of Siouxsie's.
8th Jul '16 10:36:32 AM Favriel
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Siouxsie and Budgie had a side project, ''The Creatures,'' from 1983 to 2005, based more on percussion and World Music influences.

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Siouxsie and Budgie had a side project, ''The Creatures,'' from 1983 to 2005, based more on percussion and influences from various locations: Hawaii, Spain, France and World Music influences.Japan.



* AlternativeRock



* GothRock: TropeMakers alongside Music/TheCure and Music/{{Bauhaus}}. Though, much like The Cure, they combined it with [[NeoClassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly quite a few other genres]] and were often poppier than the norm for the genre, sometimes bordering on NewWaveMusic.

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* GothRock: TropeMakers alongside Music/TheCure and Music/{{Bauhaus}}. Though, much like The Cure, they combined it with [[NeoClassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly quite a few other genres]] and were often poppier than the norm for the genre, sometimes bordering on NewWaveMusic. The band themselves have actually repeatedly criticized the way they're so often called a 'goth band'.


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** Also "Mother", although it's more soothing at the same time.


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* TearJerker: Is it just me or is there something extremely powerful and sad about Siouxsie's vocal performance in the Nocturne version of "Painted Bird"? "Into The Light" is similar.
** The mournful "Rhapsody".
** The Creatures song "Say", which is about Billy MacKenzie's suicide.
** "Little Sister" is quite haunting and sad including the lyric "Little sister break the rules / Break me in two".
** "Icon" is at least for me another extremely powerful song of Siouxsie's.
** "Forever" is arguably their saddest song. The music is twirling, elegant and soft, and Siouxsie's melancholic vocals make it all the more saddening: "We, we, couldnt stand together / No, never forever".
** "Love Out Me", especially since it's the last song on their last album.
18th Mar '16 2:47:06 PM aye_amber
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* {{Pyromaniac}}: "All fire and brimstone, this jack-o'-lantern, he likes to watch the buildings burn..."

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* {{Pyromaniac}}: PyroManiac: "All fire and brimstone, this jack-o'-lantern, he likes to watch the buildings burn..."
27th Feb '16 2:52:48 AM aye_amber
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They are regularly cited as being one of the more influential {{punk}} bands in the history of the genre, and they are considered one of the [[TropeMakers founders of]] GothRock.

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They are regularly cited as being one of the more influential {{punk}} UsefulNotes/{{Punk}} bands in the history of the genre, and they are considered one of the [[TropeMakers founders of]] GothRock.



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