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Mark Clifford (from Seefeel) on this EP remixes Milk & Kisses era Cocteau Twins. Clifford's trademark out-of-phase loops result in a minimalist and hypnotic feel, but with a strongly organic texture from Elizabeth Fraser's vocals. Sadly this cross-over was not repeated.

Note that insists on conflating Cherry-Coloured Funk (the original track on Heaven or Las Vegas running to 3:13) and Cherry Coloured Funk (the track on this EP, a reverb-washed reconstruction running to 5:49). The… read more



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  • This is of course as much a Seefeel album as by Cocteau Twins. [2] More or less this was Cocteau Twins BEING Seefeel, as Mark Clifford has a huge/noticeable influence over these songs. Wish they made more material.
  • Otherness.. is quite a gem . thank you.
  • so few listeners for such a great gem.. this is the little EP i go to when i want to rest my head, just before sleeping
  • yeah, the great recycled by Mark Clifford. lOve.
  • This is of course as much a Seefeel album as by Cocteau Twins. The remixes are resonant, repetitive, blissful (if you like a touch of minimalism with your ethereal vocals and infinite guitar). Shame that the database conflates these tracks with the ones from HoLV -- the album versions are nice, but different.

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