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Ivo Watts-Russell
Ivo Watts-Russell
English record producer
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John Fryer
John Fryer
English record producer
2
Cocteau Twins
Cocteau Twins
British band
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His Name Is Alive
His Name Is Alive
American band
4
Lisa Germano
Lisa Germano
American singer/songwriter
5
Elizabeth Fraser
Elizabeth Fraser
Scottish singer
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Colin Newman
Colin Newman
English musician and record producer
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A.R. Kane
A.R. Kane
8
The Wolfgang Press
The Wolfgang Press
band
9
Simon Raymonde
Simon Raymonde
British musician
10
The Freeze
The Freeze
11
Red House Painters
Red House Painters
American rock band
12
Bill Nelson
Bill Nelson
English artist and musician
13
Xmal Deutschland
Xmal Deutschland
German band
14
Howard Devoto
Howard Devoto
English singer-songwriter
15
Gitane Demone
Gitane Demone
American singer
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Rema-Rema
Rema-Rema
17
Throwing Muses
Throwing Muses
band
18
Steel Pole Bath Tub
Steel Pole Bath Tub
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Piano Magic
Piano Magic
band
20
Waldemar Sorychta
Waldemar Sorychta
German record producer
21
Lush
Lush
band
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Pale Saints
Pale Saints
band that plays alternative rock
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Lacuna Coil
Lacuna Coil
Italian band
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Ricky Van Shelton
Ricky Van Shelton
American country music artist
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Modern English
Modern English
English New Wave band
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The Breeders
The Breeders
American alternative rock band
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Kari Ruesl├ątten
Kari Ruesl├ątten
Norwegian singer
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Ghost Dance
Ghost Dance
British band
Members, past and present

This Mortal Coil were a British music collective led by Ivo Watts-Russell, founder of the British record label 4AD. Although Watts-Russell and John Fryer were the only two official members, the band's recorded output featured a large rotating cast of supporting artists, many of whom were otherwise associated with 4AD, including members of Cocteau Twins, Pixies, and Dead Can Dance. The project became known for its gothic, dream pop sound, and released three full albums beginning in 1984 with It'll End in Tears.