AND HERE COMES THE … “QUEEN OF SIAM” – LYDIA LUNCH – 1980

LydiaLunch_QueenOfSiam_a_bigA very good friend of mine told me to go after this excellent and very rare LP: Lydia Lunch’s “Queen Of Siam” (1980). I’ve found it on ieBuy/ Germany in an almost mint condition, and for a reasonable price; it was a bargain, to be honest.

Personnel & credits (click to enlarge)

Personnel & credits (click to enlarge).

I love this sound; it’s Lydia’s finest creation, and the music has an ever modern, a very dark, sometimes even playful touch.

— Feel free to enjoy the full album, as long it’s available on PunkTube:

— One of my favorite tracks on the album is Miss Lydia’s cover version of Dusty Springfield’s “Spooky”:

— Here’s Dusty’s complete original from 1970:

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4 Responses to AND HERE COMES THE … “QUEEN OF SIAM” – LYDIA LUNCH – 1980

  1. maxibanker says:

    Never heard of her before, and ordered the album right away. Boner sounds!

  2. maxibanker says:

    You’re waxing your … Pervert!

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