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The Best of The Pixies - Wave of Mutilation (5/4)

Old 04-29-04, 06:50 PM
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The Best of The Pixies - Wave of Mutilation (5/4)




This brand new one-disc compilation comes out this Tuesday. Anyone gonna pick it up?

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Old 04-29-04, 07:26 PM
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Track Listing:

1. Bone Machine
2. Nimrod's Son
3. Holiday Song, The
4. Caribou
5. Broken Face
6. Gigantic - (single version)
7. Vamos - (Surfer Rosa version)
8. Hey
9. Monkey Gone To Heaven
10. Debaser - (Doolittle version)
11. Gouge Away
12. Wave Of Mutilation
13. Here Comes Your Man
14. Tame
15. Where Is My Mind?
16. Into The White
17. Velouria
18. Allison
19. Dig For Fire
20. U-Mass
21. Alec Eiffel
22. Planet Of Sound
23. Winterlong
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Old 04-29-04, 08:41 PM
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thank you, i didin't want full albums, so this looks like a good subsitute.
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Old 04-29-04, 11:29 PM
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Well seeing as to how I own all those songs already, I will not be picking this up. All their albums are worth it, not a single bad song. In other words, their albums are all best ofs.

It's a good way for people to get into them though. So no reason for anyone to not be Pixies fan now, unless you don't like to ROCK!
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I too already own all their albums and a couple of boots, but it's definitely a great song selection for novices (who will then have to go buy all the albums if you're converted).
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I'll wait for the jumbo digitally remastered box set of all the Pixies albums.
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Originally posted by Lara Means
I'll wait for the jumbo digitally remastered box set of all the Pixies albums.

Is that a wish, or is this confirmed?
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All the albums have already been digitally remastered. They came out last year.
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Actually, I'm fairly sure that they weren't actually remastered at all. They were just rereleases, but on 4AD, instead of Elektra.
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Didn't they already put out a Best of Pixies CD a few years ago. Geez!
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Originally posted by Lara Means
I'll wait for the jumbo digitally remastered box set of all the Pixies albums.
That's gonna be one looooooong wait.
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Originally posted by nodeerforamonth
Didn't they already put out a Best of Pixies CD a few years ago. Geez!
Yeah, but I'm certain the tracks on this one are the remastered ones. Plus it's a better and longer song selection.
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Yeah, but I'm certain the tracks on this one are the remastered ones. Plus it's a better and longer song selection.
Yeah, it was called Death to The Pixies: 1988-1991. And it was a two disc collection, with disc two being a live concert. It was the first Pixies album I bought. The song choice was kind of weak on disc one, but disc two is a pretty good concert.
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also, you can never have too many "best of" collections. look at styx, lynerd skynrd, the who
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my main problem with the full albums is that they are so short, i personally think 30 somethin mins for a full album at 20 bucks is too much.

oh and i bought the wave of mutilation cd today. I really like them so far, and i am only about 4 songs in/
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i paid $9.99 for each "remastered" pixies album.
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Originally posted by Rypro 525
my main problem with the full albums is that they are so short, i personally think 30 somethin mins for a full album at 20 bucks is too much.

oh and i bought the wave of mutilation cd today. I really like them so far, and i am only about 4 songs in/
Where do you buy your CDs, man? Go through Columbia House or BMG. Each CD costs about $4. It's the way to go.
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Originally posted by Rypro 525
oh and i bought the wave of mutilation cd today. I really like them so far, and i am only about 4 songs in/
let us know what you think of them after a few listens!
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Originally posted by blinkin_winkin
Where do you buy your CDs, man? Go through Columbia House or BMG. Each CD costs about $4. It's the way to go.
sorry, but apparently columbia house doesn't carry any pixies cd's and i can't work through bmg's website.
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I payed no more than 13 bucks for each Pixies CD, and I've listened to them so much I would've payed 20 easily.

Rypro, if you really like them your just going be getting their albums.
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sorry, but apparently columbia house doesn't carry any pixies cd's and i can't work through bmg's website.
Oh I'm sorry. Last time I was in the club (a few months ago) they had everything.

You can find CDs for less than $20 out there. I think I've seen them for $10ish on Amazon. Used CD stores are helpful too.
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