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A Bestiary of (Spectrum)

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Reseña de álbum

The early Creatures material had fallen out of print in most locations for quite a while before Bestiary made its long overdue appearance. Only Feast had made a regular appearance in certain record stores thanks to Japanese pressings; Bestiary topped that by including the contents of the Wild Things and Right Now EPs as well as "Hot Springs in the Snow," the B-side from "Miss the Girl." The result collects everything originally put out in the first phase of the Creatures' existence, making for a convenient and very well remastered collection. No previously unreleased tracks or unexpected bonuses are included, but that's quibbling in comparison to finally having all the cuts available again. Full lyrics are included, as well as recording details, a brief series of informative liner notes, and even release dates and U.K. chart positions. Another bonus is the inclusion of all the original sleeve art for the various releases, including the notorious wet T-shirt in the shower shots for Wild Things (an alternate image from that session is the cover for the collection as a whole). The lovely cover for Feast, featuring Sioux wearing a striking native Hawaiian costume, appears in such a way that one can refold the booklet to make it the front cover, a nice option.

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A Summer Album for Goths!

Siouxsie Sioux and Budgie took a vacation from the Banshees in the early 80's. Quite literally so: they left for Hawaii to conduct a musicology experiment and came back with the album "Feast", a blood-red Polynesian aural sunset which remains, in this humble reviewer's opinion, either member's best work, in or out of the Banshees. Said album is included here with the earlier "Wild Things" EP and their infectious cover of "Right Now", a little-known Mel Torme song. Highlights include the bone-crushing "Sky Train", the infectiously simple flora-and-fauna romp of "Gecko", and "Miss The Girl", a wronged-man revenge fantasy with Siouxsie's violent lyrics cheekily puncutated by Budgie's buoyant marimba. By paring their Banshees-style oppressive wall of sound down to Budgie's thunderous percussion and Siouxsie's whooping, overdubbed vocals, as well as avoiding the de rigueur studio gimmickry of the time, the then-married duo produced a deliciously dark and deranged luau of a platter that will never sound dated. If there's such a thing as a summer album for goths, this is it!

i like this album :)

this is siouxsie and budgie probably at their most experimental. these songs are stripped down and feature mostly just siouxsie's voice and budgie's percussion. and it works just fine. songs like gecko and dancing on glass are fun to listen to, and morning dawning is really relaxing (with the sound of waves in the background) yet creepy sounding(not to mention inoa'ole with all that chanting).flesh is my favorite song on this album, though wathercade ( i think its a b-side) is awesome as well. well ys if youre a siouxsie fan you should buy this album. even if you arent, its still better than most of the stuff anywhere.


As a die hard fan of Siouxsie and the Banshees, I sometime become obsessed and overplay them. Therefore, when I can no longer stand to listen to the Banshees, I retreat to the Creatures for more of an experimental getaway. This album is truly a hidden gem.


Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Creatures first surfaced in 1981 as a side project of Siouxsie and the Banshees frontwoman Siouxsie Sioux and the band's drummer, Budgie; after debuting with the EP Wild Things, they returned two years later with the full-length Feast. With their work in the Banshees remaining the duo's top priority, however, they did not assume the Creatures guise again until issuing the album Boomerang in late 1989; after the Banshees dissolved in the wake of 1995's The Rapture, Sioux and Budgie — who...
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