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AMAZON.COM: 

Nearly thirty years after her debut with the Banshees, Siouxsie can still sneer and storm as fiercely as ever.

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Village Voice: 

Mantaray, Siouxsie's blazing solo debut, earns accolades with no trace of fatigue, padding, or confusion, as on-it and of-the-moment as Justin Timberlake.

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Village Voice: 

Mantaray, Siouxsie's blazing solo debut, earns accolades with no trace of fatigue, padding, or confusion, as on-it and of-the-moment as Justin Timberlake.

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73
Pitchfork: 

It's a success, without doubt.

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73
Pitchfork: 

It's a success, without doubt.

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70
Boston Globe: 

A few tracks may drag along the way, especially the aptly titled social critique 'Drone Zone,' but they're worth it to reach the final and finest, 'Heaven and Alchemy.'

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ROLLING STONE: 

Siouxsie concentrates all her eccentric music powers on her first solo album ever, one where you don’t have to keep telling yourself "but it’s Siouxsie" to pay attention.

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ROLLING STONE: 

Siouxsie concentrates all her eccentric music powers on her first solo album ever, one where you don't have to keep telling yourself "but it's Siouxsie" to pay attention.

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70
PopMatters: 

Powerful, gritty, and personal, the lyrics and delivery growlingly echo the sound of a woman coming into her own and rediscovering herself after having been entrenched in a long relationship.

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Spin: 

Slight echoes of her past work seep through, but mostly she's casting a refreshing new spell. [Nov 2007, p.125]

See all MantaRay reviews at metacritic.com