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Paradise Place - Siouxsie And The Banshees* - Kaleidoscope (CD, Album)

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  1. Paradise Place is the name of a song performed by Siouxsie Sioux with the Banshees, for the album Kaleidoscope. The album was produced by Nigel Gray.
  2. Jan 20,  · Third studio album originally released in August by Polydor (except in the USA by PVC Records). Recorded at Polydor Studios (London), at The Coach House (Monmouth, Wales) and at Surrey Sound Studios (Leatherhead, Surrey). Produced by Nigel Gray and the band. All lyrics and music by the band/5(K).
  3. Released in August , 'Kaleidoscope' reached a very gratifying Number 3 in the British charts, the highest placed Siouxsie And The Banshees album yet. "It helped that we set it up so well with two really good singles," says Severin, "though it's hard to believe that it .
  4. @ kaleidoscope - siouxsie and the banshees When the guitarist and drummer from the lineup of the previous two albums fled mid-tour in a panic this band might have collapsed. The bad about that is that the band lost a guitarist with good ideas.
  5. Song MeaningSIOUXSIE: "There's one song that I've recently done called 'Paradise Place' which is about plastic surgeons in the Beverley Hills, that operate a a cut price (slice), very cheap, and they end up messing up someone's features at the cost of how cheap it is."Source: Zigzag 05/ Is it just me or are Siouxsie and The Banshees more relevent today than ever?
  6. After the classic 'Join Hands' Siouxsie and the Banshees lost their guitarist (John McKay) and drummer Kenny Morris) in the midst of a tour, no less. 'Kaleidoscope' demonstrated how well the band recovered with some strong, creative, and original sounds. In hindsight, it was the best thing that ever could have happened to Siouxsie and the Banshees/5(86).
  7. Aug 03,  · Siouxsie and the Banshees were touring in support of their well received third album Kaleidoscope. One of the most memorable songs from the album, "Christine" features in both sets. Massive thanks go to RG for letting JEMS dig into his tape boxes and pull out the assets for this series. He witnessed some amazing LA music history.

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