|THE Q BOOK OF PUNK LEGENDS - EXTRACT|
January: Siouxsie wins a libel suit against the Daily Mirror, which has alleged that she had received a "nose job".
June 1st: Kiss Them For Me reaches UK Number 32.
June 22: Parent album Superstition, co-produced by Stephen Hague, debuts as its UK Number 25 peak.
July 1st: Group play at London's Town & Country club.
July 13th: Shadowtime peaks at UK Number 57
July 18th: With Siouxsie and Budgie recently married, the band embark on the 21-city "Lollapalooza" alternative acts US package tour - with Jane's Addiction, Living Colour, Ice-T, Butthole Surfers, Nine Inch Nails and the Henry Rollins Band - at the Compton Terrace, Phoenix, Arizona, set to end on August 29 in Seattle, Washington.
September 14: Superstition peaks at Number 65 in the US charts.
October 19: Kiss Them For Me reaches US Number 23.
December 6: Band play a sell-out date at Clubland, Detroit, Michigan during their North American swing.