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Cocteau Twins - Treasure (1984): Review

Produced by Cocteau Twins
Label – 4AD

By 1984, The Cocteau Twins had thrown off the droning Siouxsie & The Banshees tag that yoked them for their previous two long players and with the aid of a new bass player (Simon Raymonde) developed a denser, more celestially orchestrated approach to their arrangements. 383 more words

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LIVE SESSION: COCTEAU TWINS - "Song To The Siren".

LIVE SESSION: COCTEAU TWINS – “Song To The Siren” .

The Cocteau Twins perform Tim Buckley’s “Song To The Siren” recorded as part of the 4AD label project, This Mortal Coil album “It’ll End In Tears” released in 1984.

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Elizabeth Fraser - Cocteau Twins

Photo: Elizabeth Fraser РCocteau Twins

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Helen and The Horns.

Crops coming in thick and fast now. Glut of courgettes at the moment, so it’s courgette fritters for tea; last night it was courgette, green bean and tomato pasta with basil (all from the… 235 more words

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Album Review : Ashrae Fax :: Never Really Been Into It

Every once in a while you happen across an album that surprises you. Maybe it doesn’t change your life or blow your mind, but it stops your brain from that constant run of streaming real-world problems. 557 more words

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Ashrae Fax : Never Really Been Into It

Every once in a while you happen across an album that surprises you. Maybe it doesn’t change your life or blow your mind, but it stops your brain from that constant run of streaming real-world problems. 557 more words

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