JIVING JUKEBOX – 15 Standout PIXIES Tracks

Only the greats can fill a jukebox …

3 April 2020


(photo by Turn Up The Volume!)

PIXIES are without a shadow of a doubt one of the most influential bands ever.
Their famous loudQuietloud approach, their stop/start turbulence, their charged
punk explosiveness inspired countless new as well as plenty of established bands.

This rowdy 4-piece redefined kick-ass noise rock with a big bang. Their rumbustious combination of a whacking rhythm section (drummer David Lovering and gigantic bassist Kim Deal) – now Paz Lenchantin – fantabulous guitar electricity (Joey Santiago) and a most trenchant vox (Black Francis) resulted in a crushing sound with a sharp ear for melodious grandeur and magnetizing choruses. Also, the intertwining male/female vocals/harmonies fueled many of their massive crackers with a kind of glamorous pigment. Legends forever…

Here are TURN UP THE VOLUME’s
15 Pixies standouts to fill the Wurlitzer

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The songs were selected from Come On Pilgrim (1987/ Surfer Rosa (1988) / Doolittle (1989) / Bossanova (1990) / Trompe Le Monde (1991) / Indie Cindy (2013) and Head Carier (2013)

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