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Steven Severin

One among the few who was simply in a position to sustain an extended career from the English punk explosion from the mid Seventies, Steven Severin was area of the (famous Sex Pistols hangers-on) “Bromley Contingent”, and something from the founding members of Siouxsie AS WELL AS THE Banshees. His use the band extended over three years and (besides Sioux) was the only real person in the group to become there for your thing. Following the Banshees made a decision to contact it quits in 1996, Severin supported from the record market and started focusing on his personal projects. He created the internet/email purchase label RE:, and released two albums, 1998’s Visions, and 1999’s Maldoror. These soundtracks had been met with reviews that are positive. In middle-2000, Severin released Ladies in the Dunes. His set of credits and collaborations is definitely considerable, and in early 2000 a publication of his erotic prose/poetry was arranged for release.

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