The reformed indie rockers reveal more about their plans for 2004...

Pixies have confirmed details of their North American tour.

The shows in April precede their already announced performance at the Coachella festival (May 1).

The tour calls at: Winnipeg Burton Cummings Theatre (April 14)
Regina Doris Knight Ballroom (15)
Saskatoon Prairieland (17)
Edmonton Red's (18)
Calgary MacEwan Hall (19)
Victoria Curling Club (21)
Vancouver Commodore Ballroom (22-23)
Spokane Big Easy (24)
Boise Big Easy (25)
Eugene MacDonald Theatre (27)
Davis Freeborn Hall (29)

Over the weekend Pixies UK shows at London Brixton Academy (June 2-3) sold out in minutes.

Pixies are expected to visit Europe between May 28 and July 10. The stint includes a support slot on Red Hot Chili Peppers' summer European tour, as well as a slot on the Main Stage at T In The Park on the first day of the event (July 10). They join Muse, The Darkness and Pixies.

T In The Park 2004 takes place at Balado, Kinross near Glasgow, over the weekend of July 10-11 2004.

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The band's former label 4AD are to release a 23-track 'best of' album called 'Wave Of Mutilation' and DVD called 'Pixies' to coincide with the tour.

The tracklisting for the CD is:

'Bone Machine'
'Nimrod's Son'
'The Holiday Song'
'Broken Face'
'Gigantic' (single version)
'Vamos' ('Surfer Rosa' version)
'Monkey Gone To Heaven'
'Debaser' ('Doolittle' version)
'Gouge Away'
'Wave Of Mutilation'
'Here Comes Your Man'
'Where Is My Mind?'
'Into The White'
'Dig For Fire'
'Alec Eiffel'
'Planet Of Sound'

The DVD will feature eight Pixies videos, a 1988 concert taped at London's Town And Country Club and the documentary 'Gouge', which features interviews with Radiohead's Thom Yorke, The Darkness and Bono.

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