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Siouxsie & The Banshees: Juju ****1/2

Betty Page, Sounds, 27 June 1981

WITHOUT WISHING to sound demeaning or sexist, I have observed that the most popular women in the r'n'r world are fond of playing character-roles within their music: viz Toyah the rebellious child-woman, Kate Bush the poetic fairy princess, and Siouxsie Sioux, once ice-maiden, now the witch, the soothsayer, the bringer of evil tidings.

Total word count of piece: 570


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