Cocteau Twins ‎– Treasure

4AD ‎– CAD 412 CD, 4AD ‎– CAD412 CD
CD, Album, Reissue


1 Ivo 3:53
2 Lorelei 3:42
3 Beatrix 3:11
4 Persephone 4:24
5 Pandora (For Cindy) 5:31
6 Amelia 3:29
7 Aloysius 3:26
8 Cicely 3:27
9 Otterley 3:59
10 Donimo 6:11

Companies, etc.



CD-issue of the album, originally released in 1984.
Recorded during August and September 1984 at Palladium Studios, Edinburgh and Rooster, West London.

Beggars Banquet Music
℗ & © 1984 4AD

Some versions have the following on the CD itself, some do not
"Made in France by M.P.O."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: none
  • Matrix / Runout: CAD 412 MPO 01 @
  • SPARS Code: A.A.D

Other Versions (5 of 70) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAD 412 Cocteau Twins Treasure(LP, Album) 4AD CAD 412 UK 1984 Sell This Version
GAD 412 CD Cocteau Twins Treasure(CD, Album, RE, RM, RP) 4AD GAD 412 CD US Unknown Sell This Version
JPCD 9710635 Cocteau Twins Treasure(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) ООО "ДОРА", Grammy JPCD 9710635 Russia 1998 Sell This Version
CDP 7 96418 2 Cocteau Twins Treasure(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records CDP 7 96418 2 US Unknown Sell This Version
VIN180LP023 Cocteau Twins Treasure Deluxe(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 180) Vinyl 180 VIN180LP023 UK 2010 Sell This Version


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December 23, 2003

No album artwork brings it content better then <B>Treasure</B>: embracing heavenly voices wrapped around the listener, track names like Lorelei, Persephone, Pandora and an album title that is in now way exaggerated. <BR>Sounds too good to be true? Open this jewel case and you will be lost! (WARNING: this CD contains ethereal lyrics that you will indeed either lover or hate as mentioned by dexterfeng, so beware that this is only my personal opinion ;)


June 25, 2003
Considered by many to be the best album by the Cocteaus. Hands down it's probably the prettiest save for Victorialand and yet another one of those galvanizing albums. You'll either LOVE them or HATE them after hearing it. Also the first album with new bassist Simon Raymonde.
Now that it's almost twenty years old, can we see a re-evaluation of it?
Massively important.