Studio album by This Mortal Coil Released: 1 October 1984 Label: 4AD Track listing: 01. Kangaroo 00:00 02. Song to the Siren 03:30 03. Holocaust 07:00 04. F. .It'll End In Tears (Remastered). Beggars (от лица компании "4AD Ltd"); Sony ATV Publishing, Public Domain Compositions, ASCAP, UMPI, CMRRA, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, UBEM" и другие авторские общества (1).
It’ll End in Tears is the first album by This Mortal Coil. About It’ll End in Tears 1 contributor. It’ll End in Tears is the first album by This Mortal Coil. The album was released on 1st October 1984 via 4AD. It features many of the artists on the 4AD roster at the time, including Cocteau Twins, Colourbox, and Dead Can Dance; as well as key post-punk figure Howard Devoto, who sang Holocaust, one of two covers of songs from the Third/Sister Lovers album by Big Star
It’ll End In Tears, being This Mortal Coil’s first and most approachable album is none the less a wonderful forgotten gem. Released in 1984, almost none of this record sounds outdated. Produced in the classic 4AD sound, by washing the music over with a number of keyboard and reverb treatments. The result is a ethereal, distant yet thoughtful tribute. Those familiar with the dream pop outfit The Cocteau Twins and the medieval world fusion act Dead Can Dance will feel right at home here. The most admirable trait of the band is ironically its unoriginality. There is a twist however
This Mortal Coil was a music collective led by Ivo Watts-Russell, founder of the British record label 4AD. Although Watts-Russell and John Fryer were technically the only two official members, the band's recorded output featured a large rotating cast of supporting artists, many of whom were otherwise associated with 4AD, including members of Cocteau Twins, Pixies, and. Dead Can Dance
Recorded at Blackwing Studios, London.
It was released on 1 November 1984 by 4AD. With this album, the band settled on what would, from then on, be their primary lineup: vocalist Elizabeth Fraser, guitarist Robin Guthrie and bass guitarist Simon Raymonde. This new lineup also coincided with the development of the ethereal sound associated with the band's music. The album reached No. 29 on the UK Albums Chart, becoming the band's first UK Top 40 album, and charted for eight weeks. It also became one of the band's most critically successful releases, although the band considered it underdeveloped. Blood is the third and final album released by 4AD collective This Mortal Coil, an umbrella title for a loose grouping of guest musicians and vocalists brought together by label co-founder Ivo Watts-Russell.
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Supergroup This Mortal Coil sprang from the 4AD label in the early ‘80s, covering '70s psych and folk songs and writing new experimental material. The crown jewel is Cocteau Twins' heart-wrenching cover of Tim Buckley's "Song to the Siren," followed by a mournful, violin-soaked version of Big Star's "Kangaroo.
It’ll End in Tears was an album released in 1984 by 4AD using the name This Mortal Coil as an umbrella title for a loose grouping of guest musicians and vocalists brought together by label boss Ivo Watts-Russell. When released in late 1984, the album reached on the UK Albums Chart. It features many of the artists on the 4AD roster at the time of issue, including Dead Can Dance, as well as key post-punk figure Howard Devoto, who sang Holocaust, one of two covers of songs from the Third/Sister Lovers album by Big Star to appear on the album . This Mortal Coil weren’t so much a band as a collaborative project headed up by labelhead Ivo Watts-Russell featuring a roster of musicians, mostly doing covers of psychedelic songs from the sixties and seventies.