SIOUXSIE & THE BANSHEES
"FACE TO FACE"
by Mark Nobes, chief editor
The B-side features a track called I Could Be Again, with the CD single and 12" picture disc including the Catotonic Mix of Face To Face and another track entitled "Hothead". The track was produced by Stephen Hague who worked with a number of popular 80s acts including Pet Shop Boys (he produced West End Girls), OMD, New Order, Erasure, Public Image Ltd., and Holly Johnson on his Blast Album.
Some critics argue that some of it sounds dated, but that's a pretty pointless statement to make. This music is of its time and is the kind of music that many of us grew up with. Does music really need to be "on trend" to be enyoyable? Personally, I jump for joy when I hear the word "dated", as it often means you can expect to listen to well-structured music that was created with real passion. You can shove your dull and monotonous modern pop music where the sun doesn't shine!