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|3. Wave Of Mutilation|
|4. I Bleed|
|5. Here Comes Your Man|
|7. Monkey Gone To Heaven|
|8. Mr. Grieves|
|9. Crackity Jones|
|10. La La Love You|
|11. No.13 Baby|
|12. There Goes My Gun|
|15. Gouge Away|
Doolittle (1989) - Retaining the urgency of their previous excursions, yet expanding their musical parameters, Doolittle is regarded by many as their most caustic, and their most beautiful. Key cuts ‘Hey’, ‘Monkey Gone To Heaven’, ‘Tame’, ‘Gouge Away’, ‘Wave of Mutilation’, ‘Debaser’ and ‘Here Comes Your Man’ became instant anthems the world over.
Yeah, Kim Deal made a big splash of her own, and Frank Black is still holding his own. But as any Pixies fan will tell you, and as Doolittle suggests (like "ten million pounds of sludge" to the head), the Pixies rocked harder than the sum of their parts. They were masters of dynamics (check out "Monkey Gone to Heaven," or "Hey"), moving from quietly subdued to all-out head-banging and back before you could say "la la love you." Black Francis was one of the most unique vocal stylists of the '80s. His duets with bassist Deal, "I Bleed" and "Silver," work the way Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong worked together. And it's still staggering how much Joey Santiago, lead guitarist, could accomplish with one simple, single note. "Here Comes Your Man," by the way, is as straightforwardly poppy as the Pixies ever got, so enjoy it. --Dan Leone --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This was my second Pixies cd but it is by far my favourite of the two releases. I'm looking forward to their new release this monthPublished 16 months ago by Peter Green
I'm always surprised at how few people have listened to the Pixies. Kurt Cobain freely admitted that he was a fan of the band and their loud quiet loud approach. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Steven Aldersley
this cd is one of the best cd's I have ever heard! The Pixies are an amazing band, and if you are tired of the same old crap that is being played these days, then listen to this... Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2006 by The_Hebrew_Hammer
i don't know about the person that said this album is power pop (what the hell is that anyway) but this album has surf style music and punk. Read morePublished on May 6 2004
give this album a few listen-throughs and you'll know why they're one of the best bands ever. their influence on nirvana, weezer, everyone is incredibly obvious after you've... Read morePublished on April 30 2004 by joshua m thomas
Ask anyone who knows their stuff and chances are, they got at least one Pixies album in their collection. Read morePublished on April 26 2004 by Michael Barrera
Alot of people would tell you that "Surfer Rosa" is their best offering, and I really like "Bossanova", but most should say "Doolittle" is their peak,... Read morePublished on April 18 2004 by H3@+h
I've listened to this album on and off for several years and it still moves me. The creativity is unmatched. Read morePublished on April 5 2004 by andrew
Let's face it, you can't not like this album. It's the ultimate album for all occasions. The Pixies managed to throw everything good about pop music into one song. Read morePublished on April 3 2004 by "bloodcoated"