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Released4 December 1981Recorded1978-1981Length32: 37(UK)(original US release)(1984 US reissue)Siouxsie and the Banshees, Nils Stevenson, Mike Stavroucompilations chronologyOnce Upon a Time: The Singles(1981)(1992)Professional ratingsReview scoresSourceRatingB+Once Upon a Time: The Singles is 's 1981 compilation featuring the band's single releases to date. The album featured several songs that had been released as singles yet had not appeared on any of the Banshees' four albums. Once Upon a Time: The Singles spent twenty six weeks in the. A tie-in video was released in the UK the same year on 's Spectrum label (catalogue number 7915062). Running for 30 minutes, it featured the videos to the eight singles, but replaced 'Mirage' and 'Love in a Void' with 'Red Light' from the ' album. Contents.Reception 's Steve Huey called the compilation 'a cohesive and essential overview of the band's edgy, influential peak.' He added that despite the group's 'challenging' music, 'it's also accessible enough for eight of these singles to have charted in the British Top 50.'
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Mark Tremblay of the wrote that 'only 'Playground Twist' really excels from the first side', which features the band's singles prior to 1980. Tremblay said 'Side two is more polished, less abrasive and generally has better rhythmic drive.' In 2002, named Once Upon A Time: The Singles the 7th Greatest Album of All-Time by a Female Artist.In 2012, ranked the album 44th on its 'Women Who Rock: The 50 Greatest Albums of All Time' list.
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