Cocteau Twins ‎– Peppermint Pig

4AD ‎– BAD 303
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP, Satin Sleeve


Sociétés, etc.



This release has a satin finish sleeve front and back,
there's also a release that has a gloss finish sleeve front and back Cocteau Twins - Peppermint Pig
The 12" mix of the 7" version is not credited, titled from the CD reissue.
Credits taken from Cocteau Twins' official website.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): MPO BAD 303 A²
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): MPO BAD 303 B³

Autres versions (5 de 6) Voir tous

Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
BAD 303CD Cocteau Twins Peppermint Pig(CD, EP, RE) 4AD BAD 303CD UK 1991 Vendre cette version
145.033 Cocteau Twins Peppermint Pig(7", Single) 4AD 145.033 Netherlands 1983 Vendre cette version
151.109 Cocteau Twins Peppermint Pig(12") 4AD 151.109 Netherlands 1983 Vendre cette version
AD 303 Cocteau Twins Peppermint Pig(7") 4AD AD 303 UK 1983 Vendre cette version
INT 125.209, BAD 303 Cocteau Twins Peppermint Pig(12", Single, Mono) Intercord, 4AD INT 125.209, BAD 303 Germany 1983 Vendre cette version



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10 décembre 2017
The single the very band loves to hate to the present day. While it may seem the most untypical of the Cocteau Twins' releases - mainly due to the fact the production duties were handed over to Alan Rankine of The Associates (who, in his own right, did a splendid job here) - it is by all means a true, furious, rock solid offering.

Of the two officially known versions of the title song, the 12" version fares way better due to a longer intro, aided with the amazingly intense "Laugh Lines" and "Hazel" (the latter featured also in the group's earlier 1983 Peel Session, that version backed by the amazing Gordon Sharp).