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Cocteau TwinsPeppermint Pig

Genre:Rock
Style:Ethereal, New Wave
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Peppermint Pig (12" Version)5:03
Laugh Lines3:21
Hazel2:50

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Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983-03-00, VinylPeppermint Pig
12", 45 RPM, EP
Satin Sleeve
4AD – BAD 303UK1983UK1983
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983-03-00, VinylPeppermint Pig
7", 45 RPM
4AD – AD 303UK1983UK1983
Recently Edited
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983, VinylPeppermint Pig
7", Single, 45 RPM
4AD – 145.033Netherlands1983Netherlands1983
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983, VinylPeppermint Pig
12", 45 RPM
4AD – 151.109Netherlands1983Netherlands1983
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983, VinylPeppermint Pig
12", 45 RPM, Single, Stereo
Intercord – INT 125.209, 4AD – BAD 303Germany1983Germany1983
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983-03-00, VinylPeppermint Pig
12", EP
Gloss Sleeve
4AD – BAD 303UK1983UK1983
New Submission
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983-02-17, VinylPeppermint Pig
12", 45 RPM, EP, Test Pressing
4AD – BAD 303UK1983UK1983
New Submission
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1983, Flexi-discPeppermint Pig
Flexi-disc, 5", Single Sided, Numbered, Unofficial Release
B+H RECS – PUR000867Poland1983Poland1983
New Submission
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1991-11-04, CDPeppermint Pig
CD, EP, Reissue
4AD – BAD 303CDUK1991UK1991
Recently Edited
Cover of Peppermint Pig, 1991, CDPeppermint Pig
CD, EP, Reissue, Stereo
4AD – C2-15767US1991US1991
New Submission
Cover of Peppermint Pig, , Flexi-discPeppermint Pig
Flexi-disc, 5", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Unofficial Release, Mono
B+H Recs – PUR000867PolandPoland
New Submission
Cover of Peppermint Pig, , CDPeppermint Pig
CD, EP, Reissue
4AD – BAD 303CDUKUK
New Submission

Reviews

grendelis's avatar
grendelis
Oh I used to love to dance to this :) my fav Cocteau's.
Crijevo's avatar
Crijevo
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).
knight65's avatar
knight65
I've the same experience. I used to have the British version with 'Laugh Lines' on the B-side, but this isn't 'Laugh Lines', although its credited on the label and the cover. It's definately another version of 'Peppermint Pig'.
antalgiesbers's avatar
antalgiesbers
Don't know if this is a one-off or that they're all the same, but my copy of this specific 7" doesn't have Laug Lines on the B-side, but another version of Peppermint Pig. I've clocked it at about 4:40 min., which makes it roughly the same length as the 12" version of Peppermint Pig (I didn't use a digital clock, just my wrist watch to time them). Also, the composition of the two versions is similar, so I guess it IS the 12" version on the B-side of this single.
Anyone with the same experience, so we can correct this?