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Encyclopedia > Treasure (album)

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. 1984 is a leap year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Cocteau Twins were an influential and prolific British band formed in 1980, their music becoming nearly synonymous with their record label 4AD. Their trademark sound of layered, ethereal guitar and indecipherable vocals inspired the 1990s shoegazing genre, which included numerous bands such as Lush, Slowdive, Pale Saints, and My Bloody...

Despite the band's apparent disappointment with Treasure, the album's generally uplifting tone has made it one of their more popular releases.

Track listing

All songs by the Cocteau Twins.

  1. Ivo
  2. Lorelei
  3. Beatrix
  4. Persephone
  5. Pandora (For Cindy)
  6. Amelia
  7. Aloysius
  8. Cicely
  9. Otterley
  10. Donimo


  • Cocteau Twins - Producer
  • Elizabeth Fraser - Vocals, Voices
  • Robin Guthrie - Guitar
  • Simon Raymonde - Bass



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