0614. Siouxsie And The Banshees
So, three years on from The Scream Siouxie And The Banshees had got into the habit of one album per year, and thus this is the fourth in their discography.
Possibly they'd also gotten into a rut as this is a bit duller than the debut (even though being joined by new member John McGeogh from the fantastic Magazine). But towards the end, they're on fire, though, (well, a dark and slowly burning fire as it may be) with Sin In My Heart and Head Cut - two songs acting as the coup de grace of Juju.
This was of course a huge influence on the budding gothic scene and as such, maybe an album you've got to have heard.