Blue Bell Knoll
1988 studio album by Cocteau Twins / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Blue Bell Knoll is the fifth studio album by Scottish alternative rock band Cocteau Twins, released on 19 September 1988 by 4AD. This was the band's first album to receive major-label distribution in the United States, as it was originally licensed by Capitol Records from 4AD for North American release. After a period of being out of print while 4AD reclaimed the American distribution rights for their back catalogue, the album (along with much of the band's 4AD material) was remastered by guitarist Robin Guthrie and reissued in 2003. Vocalist Elizabeth Fraser named the album after a peak in southern Utah called Bluebell Knoll.
|Blue Bell Knoll|
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Upon the album's release, it was voted as Album of the Week by Dutch radio broadcaster Omroepvereniging VARA.
In 2014, the album was repressed on 180g vinyl using new high definition masters.