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Editors’ Notes

The Pixies’ second album really shows us what they’re capable of. “Debaser” roars out the gate like an impatient bull. “Wave of Mutilation” sneaks a catchy melody past Kim Deal’s snarling bass and the swirling mass of electric guitars. Pop hooks move upfront for the Merseybeat-gone-mad “Here Comes Your Man”. And Black Francis and Kim Deal combine their unusual voices to create joy and tension on “Monkey Gone to Heaven”. Throughout Doolittle, the band's ambition is relentless.


Formed: 1986 in Boston, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Combining jagged, roaring guitars and stop-start dynamics with melodic pop hooks, intertwining male-female harmonies, and evocative, cryptic lyrics, the Pixies were one of the most influential American alternative rock bands of the late '80s. They weren't accomplished musicians -- Black Francis wailed and bashed out chords while Joey Santiago's lead guitar squealed out spirals of noise. But the bandmembers were inventive, rabid rock fans who turned conventions inside out, melding punk and indie guitar...
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