Siouxsie and the Banshees' second album, "Join Hands" (1979)
The "High Priestess Of Punk" herself, and her Banshees released this post-punk masterpiece before there was even a word for it. Goth before it was a thing. Though not looked at as one of their "greatest" albums, we disagree. You can't listen to this album without hearing the future echoes of The Cure, Sleater Kinney, or Jane's Addiction. Also, we bet you've never heard "The Lords Prayer" performed like this.
What is The Next Episode?
Our latest jag had been discussing what makes a great second album.