Though the Cocteau Twins never achieved the huge chart success of some of their contemporaries, the influence of Guthrie's distinctive, textural sound can be sensed in such contemporary acts as School Of Seven Bells and even The xx.
What does CT stand for?
CT stands for Cocteau Twins (band)
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After meeting each other through a friend of a friend, Adele and Sian (the pair in the photos) bonded over their mutual love for artists such as Leonard Cohen, Kate Bush, The Cocteau Twins, Warpaint, and Fleetwood Mac.
The Vicar of Dibley star, 55, was smitten with charity executive Mark when he played her the Cocteau Twins version of Song To The Siren.
Foxx formed Ultravox in the 70s and has worked with a wide range of artists including Eno, Paul Daley from Leftfield and the Cocteau Twins.
ALPINES Cocoon A duo from South West London who are a mix of Massive Attack, Portishead and Cocteau Twins.
LAKI MERA THE PROXIMITY EFFECT THIS quartet Laki Mera have been compared to the likes of Cocteau Twins and Portishead among others and this debut album certainly suggests that, although their sound is eclectic enough to embrace electronica with more traditional instrumentation.
Carolyn's Fingers," by the Cocteau Twins Guilty pleasure: "Under the Blade," by Twisted Sister.
The production is done by Ken Thomas who has also worked with the likes of Sigur Ros, Sugar Cubes, Cocteau Twins and Suede which gives something of a hint of what's to come here.