December 21, 2004 15:19

SMALL TALK!

The comeback band of 2004 get set to look back on some amazing times...

SMALL TALK!
Pixies
are set to release a DVD while chronicles their sensational comeback year.

The band have completed an eight-month tour in New York on Saturday night (December 18), and during the jaunt they have been followed by a film crew. The footage will be used for a documentary on the band and possibly an in-concert DVD, according to Billboard.


The group's manager Ken Goes said: "I have collected film from about six or seven full concerts which we plan to edit for a compilation concert DVD.


"There is a possibility that these two DVDs will be combined into one double-disc set, but that is not yet confirmed."


Pixies reformed earlier this year, and the subsequent live shows were the band's first since 1992.

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