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Siouxsie, “Into A Swan”, the lead single from the singer’s debut solo studio album ‘Mantaray’. © 2007 Decca

Lou Reed photographed by Mick Rock, c. 1975.

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Crystal Castles, “Celestica”, the lead single from the group’s second self-titled studio album ‘(II)’. © 2010 Fiction

Portishead, “Sour Times”, the second single from the group’s debut studio album ‘Dummy’. © 1994 Go! Discs / London

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Siouxsie and the Banshees, “Voices (On the Air)”, the b-side track from the band’s debut single ‘Hong Kong Garden’. © 1978 Polydor

Goldfrapp, “Lovely Head”, the lead single from the duo’s debut studio album ‘Felt Mountain’. © 2000 Mute

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No Doubt, “Simple Kind of Life”, the second single from the band’s fourth studio album ‘Return of Saturn (2000).

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Brody Dalle, “Don’t Mess With Me”, the third single from the debut studio album ‘Diploid Love’. © 2014 Caroline

PJ Harvey, ‘Let England Shake' (2011).

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Courtney Love photographed by Juergen Teller, c. 1994.

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Soap&Skin, “Voyage Voyage”, from the singer’s sophomore studio album ‘Narrow’. © 2013 Play It Again Sam

Jeff Buckley, photographed by Merri Cyr, c. 1993.

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Amy Winehouse photographed in London, c. 2004.

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Delerium, “Flowers Become Screens”, from the group’s eighth studio album ‘Semantic Spaces’. © 1994 Nettwerk

Kraftwerk, “The Model” (German: “Das Model”), from the group’s seventh studio album ‘The Man-Machine' (German: ‘Die Mensch-Maschine). © 1981 EMI / Capitol