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The Method of Stop-Tap-Spin

Pixies, Complete B-Sides – Released in 2001, this is just what it says on the package, a collection of songs previously only released as B-sides. What more is there to say, really? As is typical with such things, it’s a … Continue reading

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This Song Is Twice Occurred

Pixies, Trompe le Monde – For years, this was the Pixies’ last official studio album. That changed in 2014, but it still marks the end of an era. It largely returns to the louder, noisier sound of the band’s earlier … Continue reading

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Melting Rock Into Metal Again

Frank Black’s third solo album, The Cult of Ray, brings in David McCaffrey on bass and Scott Boutier on drums, who would remain in the lineup throughout the Catholics albums. Lyle Workman is still there on guitar, but Joey Santiago … Continue reading

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Pixie Hollow

Pixies, Indie Cindy – I know it’s atypical, but I tend to like Frank Black/Black Francis solo more than the Pixies. That’s not to say that I don’t like the Pixies, though. I was just listening to Bossanova recently, and … Continue reading

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