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Download links and information about Doolittle by Pixies. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Alternative, Indie genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 38:37 minutes.

Artist: Pixies
Release date: 1998
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Alternative, Indie
Tracks: 15
Duration: 38:37
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No. Title Length
1. Debaser 2:53
2. Tame 1:55
3. Wave Of Mutilation 2:04
4. I Bleed 2:34
5. Here Comes Your Man 3:21
6. Dead 2:21
7. Monkey Gone To Heaven 2:56
8. Mr. Grieves 2:05
9. Crackity Jones 1:24
10. La La Love You 2:43
11. No 13 Baby 3:51
12. There Goes My Gun 1:49
13. Hey 3:31
14. Silver 2:25
15. Gouge Away 2:45



Swooshing and screaming like burning jet bombers, the Pixies roared into the big leagues with Doolittle in 1989. This divinely demented quartet fused a wealth of pop influences to produce one of the most brain-searing (and influential) post-punk, pre-grunge discs of its era. Singer Black Francis shrieks out geysers of enraptured babble, with bassist Kim Deal's sugary coos providing counterpoint. From the doom-laden warble of "Silver" to the gnashed-up bubblegum of "Here Comes Your Man" and the sinister skank of "Mr. Grieves," the Pixies stay tuneful even at their most convulsive. Guitarist Joey Santiago's repertoire of dental-drill riffs, surf rock surges and mutant metal squeals turns tracks like "Debaser" and "Gouge Away" into glorious bloodsport. The overall effect is both lacerating and liberating-a white-knuckle thrill-a-minute ride