Violaine - Cocteau Twins - Milk & Kisses (CD, Album)

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  1. Febar
    Produced by Cocteau Twins. Written and performed by Elizabeth Fraser, Robin Guthrie and Simon Raymonde. Recordings at Pors Poulhan, Bretagne and September Sound, London. Engineered by Cocteau Twins, Lincoln Fong, Mitsuo Tate and Des Ward.
  2. Kagataxe
    Mar 01,  · Milk & Kisses is the last album that the band finished together and it's an amazing one. You have the famous singles from the album, "Trashbite" and "Violaine" but then you also have the other powerful tracks like "Rilkean Heart", "Half Gifts", and the grand finale "Seekers Who Are Lovers"/5(74).
  3. Shakarisar
    Milk & Kisses is the last album that the band finished together and it's an amazing one. You have the famous singles from the album, "Trashbite" and "Violaine" but then you also have the other powerful tracks like "Rilkean Heart", "Half Gifts", and the grand finale "Seekers Who Are Lovers"/5(74).
  4. Dajora
    Label: Fontana - 5 • Format: CD Album • Country: Hong Kong • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Ethereal Cocteau Twins - Milk & Kisses (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(5).
  5. Kirisar
    Apr 13,  · referencing Milk & Kisses, CD, Album, Ltd, Though not one of their stand-out lp's, it has everything you expect from the Cocteau's plus one of their finest moments ever in the shape of "seekers who are lovers"/5().
  6. Mazil
    Milk & Kisses finds the band in a comfortable rut; they've created, and now perfected, a style of music so distinctive that there seems to be little recent creative growth. The result is a beautiful, lush, but somewhat dated and unengaging sounding album that tends to .
  7. Daishakar
    An alternate mix of “Circling Girl” was originally released on the compilation CD/magazine Volume “Violaine” has appeared in live performances. This was the last Cocteau Twins release by Fontana/Mercury Records (with the exception of the song “Touch Upon Touch,” which was released in late on the compilation Volume 17).
  8. Vudokus
    / Milk & Kisses is the eighth and final studio album by Scottish alternative rock band Cocteau Twins, issued by Fontana Records in March It proved to be their last; a meeting two years later to record a new album ended with the breakup of the band.

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