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Violet Indiana - Albums Collection 2001-2004 (3CD) [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
Violet Indiana - Albums Collection 2001-2004 (3CD) [Re-Up]

Violet Indiana - Albums Collection 2001-2004 (3CD)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 678 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 294 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Dream Pop, Trip-Hop, Ambient Pop | Time: 02:01:25

Sonic wizard Robin Guthrie (ex-Cocteau Twins) and vocalist Siobhan de Mare (ex-Mono) made up the hazy dream pop of Violet Indiana. Shortly after de Mare was relieved of her Mono duties, she received a phone call from Guthrie, asking her if she'd like to work with him. Unfamiliar with Guthrie's cult status, she asked her sister about him and decided to take him up on the offer. In late 2000, the duo released the Choke EP on Bella Union, the label run by Guthrie and former Cocteau mate Simon Raymonde. Retaining some of Guthrie's trademark characteristics and combining them with de Mare's lazy, confident delivery, the Choke EP established them convincingly enough as something removed from Guthrie's prior band – a tricky thing indeed. 2001's full-length Roulette improved on the promising debut. A singles collection, Casino, followed in early 2002. Russian Doll was the proper follow-up to Roulette, released in June of 2004.

Cocteau Twins - Complete Studio Albums 1982-1996 (8CD) [Non-Remastered Releases]

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Cocteau Twins - Complete Studio Albums 1982-1996 (8CD) [Non-Remastered Releases]

Cocteau Twins - Complete Studio Albums 1982-1996 (8CD)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 2.16 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 897 Mb | Complete Scans
Post-Punk, Shoegaze, Etherial, Dream Pop, Ambient, Alternative Rock | Time: 05:38:31

A group whose distinctly ethereal and gossamer sound virtually defined the enigmatic image of the record label 4AD, Cocteau Twins were founded in Grangemouth, Scotland, in 1979. Taking their name from an obscure song from fellow Scots Simple Minds, the Cocteaus were originally formed by guitarist Robin Guthrie and bassist Will Heggie and later rounded out by Guthrie's girlfriend Elizabeth Fraser, an utterly unique performer whose swooping, operatic vocals relied less on any recognizable language than on the subjective sounds and textures of verbalized emotions.