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Head over Heels (Cocteau Twins album). Head over Heels is the second studio album by Scottish alternative rock band Cocteau Twins. The album was released in October 1983 by 4AD, and was their first album as a duo of Elizabeth Fraser and Robin Guthrie. It featured the band's signature sound of "Guthrie’s lush guitars under Fraser’s mostly wordless vocals" and is considered an archetype of early ethereal wave music.
Cocteau Twins 4AD Album Covers Cover Art. Find this Pin and more on Cocteau Twins by Lini Thompson. uncleheinerich: 23 Envelope promotional posters for Head Over Heels/Sunburst and Snowblind and Treasure by Cocteau Twins.
Sunburst and Snowblind is on dark violet coloured vinyl. The new sleeve artwork is printed on heavyweight 350g double white board, picture labels and heavyweight inner bags. Head over Heels' is the most consistent of the earlier Cocteau albums. The import version that includes the 'Sunburst and Snowblind' ep makes sense since they were both recorded during the same sessions. Sugar Hiccup' is reprised on the ep, but the three other tracks are the real reason to purchase it. To this day, it amazes me that 'From the Flagstones' and 'Hitherto' weren't included on the original album since they are far more melodic than some of that album's tracks.
Cocteau Twins' sound on their first three recordings relied on the combination of Heggie's rhythmic basslines, Guthrie's minimalist guitar melodies, and Fraser's voice. The band's next full-length LP record, Head over Heels, relied solely on the latter two, following Heggie's amicable departure after the tour that followed the release of Peppermint Pig (he would later join Lowlife). This led to the growth of the characteristic Cocteau Twins sound: Fraser's voice, by turns ethereal and operatic, combined with increasingly effects-heavy guitar. Mainstream success, 1990–1994. The group released Heaven or Las Vegas in late 1990. The most commercially successful of their many recordings, the album rose to the higher reaches of the UK charts immediately after its release. Despite the success of the record and the subsequent concert tours, not everything was well with the band.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Head Over Heels/Sunburst and Snowblind" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Cocteau Twins were a Scottish alternative rock band active from 1979 to 1997, known for innovative instrumentation and atmospheric, non-lyrical vocals. The original members were Elizabeth Fraser (vocals), Robin Guthrie (guitar, drum machine) and Will Heggie (bass guitar), who was replaced by multi. ore . Year: 1988.
|1||When Mama Was Moth|
|2||Five Ten Fiftyfold|
|4||In Our Angelhood|
|5||Glass Candle Grenades|
|6||In The Gold Dust Rush|
|7||The Tinderbox (Of A Heart)|
|9||My Love Paramour|
|10||Musette And Drums|
|12||From The Flagstones|
|14||Because Of Whirl-Jack|
NotesCD edition of 1983 album & EP.
Tracks 1-10 originally released as "Head Over Heels" LP (CAD 313). Tracks 11-14 originally released as "Sunburst And Snowblind" EP (BAD 314).
Made in Holland.
|CAD C 313||Cocteau Twins||Head Over Heels / Sunburst And Snowblind (Cass, Album, Comp, Pur)||4AD||CAD C 313||UK||1983|
|841 747-2||Cocteau Twins||Head Over Heels / Sunburst And Snowblind (CD, Comp)||Vertigo||841 747-2||Canada||1986|
|CAD 313 CD, RTD 120.0030.2||Cocteau Twins||Head Over Heels / Sunburst And Snowblind (CD, Album, Comp, RM)||4AD, Rough Trade||CAD 313 CD, RTD 120.0030.2||Germany||1992|
|VIN180LP009||Cocteau Twins||Head Over Heels / Sunburst And Snowblind (LP, Album + 12", EP, Vio + Comp, Ltd, RE, RM)||Vinyl 180, 4AD||VIN180LP009||UK||2008|
|SON 61||Cocteau Twins||Head Over Heels / Sunburst And Snowblind (CD, Comp)||Sonic Records||SON 61||Poland||Unknown|