Pixies - Pixies at the BBC
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Release date: 30 November 1997
Flipsides to epochal singles from one of the most influential bands of the last twenty years...
Paradoxically, it was the Pixies-inspired American alternative renaissance that sowed the seeds of the Boston quartet's destruction. Had Nirvana never happened - and 'Smells Like Teen Spirit' owes everything to Black Francis' sense of proportion and propulsion - chances are they'd be huge right now. This, though, is to disregard the sheer wilfulness that nestles...
- Feb 28, 2001
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Wild Honey Pie
- There Goes My Gun
- Manta Ray
- Is She Weird
- Down to the Well
- Wave of Mutilation
- Letter to Memphis
- Levitate Me
- Monkey Gone to Heaven
- (In Heaven) Lady in the Radiator Song
Much ado about ’little. Brixton Academy, London, Tuesday, October 6
- Oct 19, 2009
The nicest guy in rock (official!), Ross Millard from The Futureheads, gets giddy with excitement at being allowed to support his childhood heroes, the Pixies
- Sep 19, 2005
Career overview of comeback rockers...
- May 19, 2004
Remaining band members say they are 'sad' the long-term bassist has decided to call it a day
Thriftstore Masterpiece project to release 'Trouble Is A Lonesome Town' this July
Band offer up four tracks from their 2004 Coachella live set
Pixies - Pixies at the BBC: Wikipedia Album Entry
Pixies at the BBC is a compilation of live BBC radio sessions by the American alternative rock band Pixies. Released by Elektra Records in 1998, five years after their initial split, it was recorded over several sessions between 1988 and 1991 at the BBC. All songs were written by Black Francis except tracks 1 and 15. The final track, "(In Heaven) Lady in the Radiator Song" was written by Peter Ivers and David Lynch for Eraserhead. The album is characterised by its raw, underproduced sound.
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