Siouxsie and the Banshees, one of the greatest forgotten bands of all time. If you ever listened to their earlier albums and were blown away by their depth, originality, glory - then this is for you. These sessions sound, blaspherically, even better than the album tracks. I honestly expected poxy 'liveish' recordings, a little echo[e]y, a little, well, crap really. But these are just outstanding; it really is like listening to each individual track for the first time. Oh you generations of now, you 'You' children, wallowing in the morass of cover, of intertextual pap; you will never know what it was like to be truly outside, to make music like no-one else on earth. This still is, unmistakably, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and if you need a starting point, stumbling upon them for the first time, forget Once Upon A Time, Twice Upon A Time get this, get this: this is music that just might, in every sense of the world, change your life in this floundering culture of ours typified and tarnished by mediocrity and safely safely pap.