Siouxsie And The Banshees - Spellbound

Siouxsie and the Banshees - Spellbound

Original Release Date

1981

Release Information

UK 7" 1981 (Polydor - POSP 273)

1 Spellbound 3:15
2 Follow The Sun 2:49

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UK 12" 1981 (Polydor - POSPX 273)

1 Spellbound 3:15
2 Slap Dash Snap 3:42
3 Follow The Sun 2:49

Chart Placings

UK Chart Hit: 22, 8 wks

Credits

7":

1,2: Produced by Nigel Gray & Siouxsie And The Banshees
3: Produced by Siouxsie And The Banshees

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12":

1-3: Produced by Nigel Gray & Siouxsie And The Banshees

Additional Credits

Siouxsie Sioux - voice, effects
Steven Severin - bass guitar, drumbox
Budgie - drums, percussion, drumbox
John McGeoch - guitar, reverse slide guitar
Nigel Gray - effects, loops

Reviews & Opinions

FRED DELLAR, SMASH HITS, JUNE 1981: A winner despite Siouxsie's arch vocals, now all part of the rent-an-actress scene foisted on a gullible public, brain-numbed by TV commercials and memories of "Rock Follies". Compensation comes in the form of an enthralling 12-string gallop that encompasses high hurdles and water-jumps, keeping listeners on the edge of their shooting sticks till the post is reached. Sorta spellbound, in fact!

Additional Notes

'Spellbound' from Juju.

Images

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UK 7" 1981 (Polydor - POSP 273). Sleeve #1. Click here for more

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