Siouxsie on the cover of Fool's Mate No.66 via g-a-r-l-a-n-d-s-j-p-n
Guido Harari: Siouxsie Sioux
The Eighties, oh my. Siouxsie was on tour with a band that featured none other than Robert Smith. Audiences got wild every time the concert lights (barely nonexistent) would briefly hit him. On the day of the shoot Robert was nowhere to be found, so I let Siouxsie stick to her reptile and sensuous Theda Bara routine.
The Eighties will flash before your eyes with these covers from The Face magazine
The Specials’ Jerry Dammers on the cover of The Face #1. I had a weekend job in a small newsagents in Easter Road, Edinburgh, working behind the counter selling papers, magazines, cigarettes, sweets, ice cream and fizzy drinks. You got to know the customers by what they bought. The woman with the Pekinese who always ordered a quarter of Parma violets on a Sunday afternoon. The old drunk who chain smoked in the shop while waiting for the Saturday night sports final. The kids who thought I…