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Grŵp post-punk yw Siouxsie and the Banshees. Sefydlwyd y band yn Llundain yn 1976. Adnabyddir y band erbyn hyn fel un o'r grwpiau roc mwyaf dylanwadol erioed; mae eu cerddoriaeth wedi dylanwadu ar fandiau roc ledled y byd, gan gynnwys Joy Division,[1] The Cure,[2] The Smiths,[3] Radiohead,[4][5] U2,[6] Massive Attack,[7] a Bloc Party[8]. Eu halbym enwocaf yw Juju (Polydor, 1981)..

Siouxsie and the Banshees
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Tarddiad yn Llundain
Cerddoriaeth Grŵp post-punk
Blynyddoedd 1976
Label(i) recordio Polydor Records

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The Thorn 1984 Polydor Records
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  1. "Playlist – Peter Hook's "Field recordings". Q magazine. 23 April 2013. Cyrchwyd 10 January 2017.
  2. Rob Fitzpatrick (August 2012), "Robert Smith interview", The Word, http://craigjparker.blogspot.fr/2012/07/robert-smith-interview-with-word.html, adalwyd 15 August 2016, "I played with the Banshees [after their guitarist John McGeoch suddenly left] through our first tour, and it allowed me to think beyond what we were doing. I wanted to have a band that does what Steve Severin and Budgie do, where they just get a bassline and the drum part and Siouxsie wails."
  3. Horner, Al (19 September 2014). "Johnny Marr On Working With Noel Gallagher, Scottish Independence And More – Twitter Q&A". NME. Cyrchwyd 2 November 2016.
  4. Jeff, Klingman (22 July 2013). "10 Bullet Points from the Thom Yorke Interview on WTF with Marc Maron". Thelmagazine.com. Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 14 October 2013. Cyrchwyd 2 September 2013.
  5. Binelli, Mark (7 February 2008). "The Future According To Radiohead How they ditched the record business and still topped the charts". Rolling Stone (1045). "By the last weeks of December, the band was beginning to rehearse for its 2008 tour. The rehearsals included a number of covers: Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Smiths, "The Night" by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons."
  6. McCormick, Neil (2006). U2 by U2. HarperCollins Publishers. pp. 56, 58 and 96.
  7. "massive attack discography – tune info + lyrics – superpredators". inflightdata.com. Cyrchwyd 1 November 2010.
  8. O'Kane, Josh (18 September 2008). "Talking Bloc during Harvest Jazz – Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke talks life, love, music and Ultimate Fighting". [Here] New Brunswick. Archived from the original on 8 July 2011. Cyrchwyd 8 July 2012. With the new record, he said he was inspired by a song written years ago by Siouxsie and the Banshees called Peek-a-Boo. 'I heard it for the first time, and it sounded like nothing else on this planet. This is just a pop song that they put out in the middle of their career that nobody knows about, but to me it sounded like the most current but most futuristic bit of guitar-pop music I've heard. I thought, that'd be cool, to make music that people might not get at the time, but in ten years' time, people would revisit it."CS1 maint: Unfit url (link)