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Lullabies (EP)

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Released  1 October 1982
Producer  Cocteau Twins
Artist  Cocteau Twins
Label  4AD
Length  16:14
Lullabies (1982)  Peppermint Pig (1983)
Release date  1 October 1982
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Recorded  Palladium Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland
Genres  Ethereal wave, Post-punk, Alternative rock, Gothic rock

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Lullabies is an EP by Scottish alternative rock band Cocteau Twins. It was released on 1 October 1982, just a few months after their debut album, Garlands. The EP contained three non-album tracks, and featured a louder and more driving sound than the album.

Contents

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Background

Lullabies was recorded at Palladium Studios in Edinburgh, Scotland and was mixed at Blackwing Studios in London.

Release

Lullabies was released on 1 October 1982, just a few months after their debut album, Garlands.

The EP was reissued in 1991 as part of The Box Set, and again in 2005 as part of the Lullabies to Violaine compilation. Alternate versions of "Feathers-Oar-Blades" and "Alas Dies Laughing" were included on the Cocteau Twins' BBC Sessions release.

Track listing

All tracks written by Cocteau Twins (Elizabeth Fraser, Robin Guthrie, Will Heggie).

Personnel

Cocteau Twins
  • Elizabeth Fraser – vocals
  • Robin Guthrie – guitar, drum machine
  • Will Heggie – bass guitar
  • Production
  • Ivo Watts-Russell – production
  • John Fryer – engineering
  • John Turner – engineering
  • Songs

    1Feathers-Oar-Blades4:27
    2Alas Dies Laughing3:40
    3It's All but an Ark Lark8:05

    References

    Lullabies (EP) Wikipedia


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