Top Pixies Albums
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Live from Coachella, Indio, CA. May 1st, 2004
Live from Coachella, Indio, CA. May 1st, 2004
[2021]
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 5th, 2004
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 5th, 2004
[2020]
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 4th, 2004
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 4th, 2004
[2020]
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 3rd, 2004
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 3rd, 2004
[2020]
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 2nd, 2004
Live from Brixton Academy, London. June 2nd, 2004
[2020]
Mambo Sun - Single
Mambo Sun - Single
[2020]
Hear Me Out - Single
Hear Me Out - Single
[2020]
Beneath the Eyrie Demos, Pt. 2 - EP
Beneath the Eyrie Demos, Pt. 2 - EP
[2020]
Beneath the Eyrie (Deluxe)
Beneath the Eyrie (Deluxe)
[2019]
Live from the Fallout Shelter
Live from the Fallout Shelter
[2018]
Head Carrier
Head Carrier
[2016]
Doolittle 25: B-Sides, Peel Sessions and Demos
Doolittle 25: B-Sides, Peel Sessions and Demos
[2014]
Pixies: A Conversation
Pixies: A Conversation
[2014]
Indie Cindy (Deluxe)
Indie Cindy (Deluxe)
[2014]
Indie Cindy (Deluxe Version)
Indie Cindy (Deluxe Version)
[2014]
EP2 - EP
EP2 - EP
[2014]
EP1
EP1
[2013]
Complete
Complete "B" Sides
[2001]
Death to the Pixies
Death to the Pixies
[1997]
Debaser (Live) - EP
Debaser (Live) - EP
[1997]
Trompe le Monde
Trompe le Monde
[1991]
Planet of Sound
Planet of Sound
[1991]
Dig for Fire - EP
Dig for Fire - EP
[1990]
Bossanova
Bossanova
[1990]
Velouria - EP
Velouria - EP
[1990]
Here Comes Your Man - EP
Here Comes Your Man - EP
[1989]
Doolittle
Doolittle
[1989]
Monkey Gone to Heaven - EP
Monkey Gone to Heaven - EP
[1989]
Gigantic / River Euphrates - EP
Gigantic / River Euphrates - EP
[1988]
Surfer Rosa
Surfer Rosa
[1988]
Come On Pilgrim
Come On Pilgrim
[1987]
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Monkey Gone To Heaven Bone Machine Gigantic Hey Break My Body Here Comes Your Man Wave Of Mutilation Stormy Weather Debaser Gouge Away Mr. Grieves Planet Of Sound River Euphrates Tony's Theme Vamos All Over The World Bird Dream Of The Olympus Mons Brick Is Red Broken Face Cactus Crackity Jones Ed Is Dead I Can't Forget I'm Amazed I've Been Tired Is She Weird Isla De Encanta Levitate Me Manta Ray Nimrod's Son Oh My Golly! Something Against You Tame The Holiday Song There Goes My Gun Trompe Le Monde Velouria Where Is My Mind In The Arms Of Mrs. Mark Of Cain Alec Eiffel Allison Ana Bailey's Walk Bleed Blown Away Born In Chicago Caribou Dancing The Manta Ray Dead Dig For Fire Distance Equals Rate Times Time Down To The Well Evil Hearted You Hang On To Your Ego Hang Wire Havalina Head On I've Been Waiting For You In Heaven (The Lady In The Radiator Song) Into The White La La Love You Letter To Memphis Lovely Day Make Believe Motorway To Roswell Number 13 Baby Palace Of The Brine Rock A My Soul Rock Music Santo Silver Space (I Believe In) Subbacultcha The Happening The Navajo Know The Sad Punk U-Mass Weird At My School Winterlong Bam Thwok Build High Bagboy The Thing Sexy Eyes Indie Cindy Andro Queen Snakes Blue-eyed Hexe Magdalena Another Toe In The Ocean Greens And Blues What Goes Boom Ring The Bell Silver Snail Jaime Bravo Classic Masher Bel Esprit Head Carrier Oona How I Learned To Earn Rewards St. Nazaire Mal De Mer Hey, Debussy Long Rider Chapel Hill Death Horizon Under The Marigold This Is My Fate Los Surfers Muertos The Good Works Of Cyrus I Just Can't Break It To You Caught In A Dream Daniel Boone Ready For Love Bird Of Prey Silver Bullet Catfish Kate Please, Don't Go On Graveyard Hill Hear Me Out All I Think About Now Baal's Back Um Chagga Lagga Tenement Song Might As Well Be Gone Talent
Related Information for Pixies
Pixies are an American alternative rock band which formed in Boston, Massachusetts, United States in 1986. The band consists of Charles (Black Francis) Thompson IV (vocals, guitar; also known as ''Frank Black''), Joey Santiago (lead guitar) and David Lovering (drums). Until 2013, the band also featured Kim Deal on bass and vocals. The band officially split in 1993 and reunited in 2004. They went on hiatus in 2007, with each band member pursuing projects of their own, only to reunite in 2009, with the announcement of a new tour commencing in Europe that summer.Although quite popular on alternative rock radio in the United States due to heavy airplay of the singles "Monkey Gone to Heaven" and "Here... read more