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Cocteau Twins
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Four-Calendar Café
Review by Bruce Stringer
The Cocteau Twins were the accessible bridge between the Goth / Art sound of (early) Cure, Dead Can Dance, et al and the world of 80’s pop, spawning numerous clones and would-be sound-a-likes the world over.
Lullabies To Violaine - Volume 1
Review by Bruce Stringer
Subtitled “Singles and Extended Plays,” this two part compendium of the Cocteau Twins EP’s, 7” and 12”releases, Lullabies To Violaine is a much-needed collection for the fan who missed out on any of the rarities that were released between albums.
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