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  1. Dark Was The Night (Red Hot Compilation)
    by Various Artists

    Dark Was The Night was released on February 17th, 2009. Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National produced the album, and John Carlin, the founder of the Red Hot Organization was the executive producer. A total of 32 exclusive tracks have been recorded for the compilation and sales will benefit the Red Hot Organization - ... Learn More
  2. Treasure
    by Cocteau Twins

    Treasure (1984) is the third album by the Cocteau Twins. With this album, the band settled on what would, from then on, be their primary lineup: vocalist Elizabeth Fraser, guitarist Robin Guthrie and bassist Simon Raymonde. The song 'Ivo' is named after the album's record label 4AD founder Ivo Watts-Russell. This new... Learn More
  3. Gentle Creatures
    by Tarnation

    1 Game Of Broken Hearts 3.00
    2 Halfway To Madness 4.39
    3 The Well 6.11
    4 Big O Motel 5.59
    5 Tell Me It's Not So 2.24
    6 Two Wrongs Won't Make Things Right 4.10
    7 Lonely Lights 2.02
    8 Gentle Creatures 1.36
    9 Listen To The Wind 3.37
    10 The Hand 2.40
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  4. Million Mile Club
    by Paladins

    1 Follow Your Heart 5.20
    2 Everytime I See Her 2.41
    3 Let's Buzz 5.43
    4 15 Days 5.32
    5 Keep Lovin' Me 5.41
    6 Kiddeo 4.53
    7 Years Since Yesterday 5.07
    8 Big Mar's 10.18
    9 What Side O' The Door 4.24
    10 One Step 11.20 Learn More
  5. Victorialand
    by Cocteau Twins

    Released in 1986, Victorialand is the fourth album by Scottish band Cocteau Twins. Working without member Simon Raymonde, who had been enlisted to work on This Mortal Coil's Filigree & Shadow album, vocalist Elizabeth Fraser and guitarist/producer Robin Guthrie produced a record almost completely devoid of percussio... Learn More
  6. The Moon And The Melodies
    by Budd,Raymonde,Guthrie,Fraser

    Released in 1986, The Moon and the Melodies is the product of a one-off collaboration between the Scottish group Cocteau Twins and the American composer Harold Budd.
    The album has the characteristic style — heavily-treated guitar sounds and euphoric vocalising — that can be heard in the group's other... Learn More
  7. Medusa
    by Clan Of Xymox

    Medusa is the second, and perhaps best known, album by Clan Of Xymox, released on 4AD in 1986. Tracklisting1. Theme I 2. Medusa 3. Michelle 4. Theme II 5. Louise 6. Lorretine 7. Agonised By Love 8. Masquerade 9. After t... Learn More
  8. At The BBC
    by Pixies

    At The BBC, released in July 1998, is a compilation of live radio sessions recorded by the Pixies at the BBC.Alongside versions of various singles, album tracksand B sides, it also features cover versions of The Beatles and Peter Ivers.

    Tracklisting1. Wild Honey Pie 2. ... Learn More
  9. Surfer Rosa
    by Pixies

    Released in March 1988, for Surfer Rosa, the Pixies follow up to debut Come On Pilgrim, 4AD founder Ivo brought in Big Black frontman and sound engineer Steve Albini to unleash "lazy evil" into the Pixies sound. The resulting Surfer Rosa featured many gems, none more so than Kim's instant classic ‘Gigant... Learn More

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