SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES - 'Mittageisen'/'Love In A Void' (Polydor 2059 151) Sept 1979
This double A-sided single from Siouxsie and the Banshees got a UK release based on the high amount of import sales of the original German release. It's also the place to find the punk rocker 'Love In A Void', one of the first Banshees songs ever written (back in 1977) but never cut in the studio until April 1979.
'Mittageisen' or 'Metal Postcard' as it's also known was a homage to anti Nazi photomontage artist of the Twenties/Thirties, John Heartfield. The chorus is taken from one of Goerring's speeches during the Second World War.
SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES - Love In A Void
|the sleeve of The Banshees single uses this anti Nazi montage|