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"Seeking fans of Peter, Paul & Mary and Hüsker Dü". It was this simple small-ad that saw Frank Black, then going by "Black Francis" find his Pixies band-mates, surely the most innovative adventure in rock of the late 1980s. Teetering on an unstable bridge linking the wildest, most de-structured punk and the most joyful pop, the Boston quartet shook things up with their changes in rhythm and other bizarre dissonances. For their first recordings from 1987 and 1988, everything and anything was grist to the mill of their genius: surf music, bubblegum pop, art rock, angular post-punk – each great swerve madder than the last. Joey Santiago's guitar is wild with electric shocks; Kim Deal is bouncing off the walls, and Black Francis belches out the craziest stories. A simply spellbinding first album! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Bone Machine 00:03:03

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

2
Break My Body 00:02:06

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

3
Something Against You 00:01:48

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

4
Broken Face 00:01:31

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

5
Gigantic 00:03:56

Black Francis, Composer - Kim Deal, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Rice And Beans Music/Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

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River Euphrates 00:02:33

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

7
Where Is My Mind? 00:03:55

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

8
Cactus 00:02:17

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

9
Tony's Theme 00:01:53

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

10
Oh My Golly! 00:02:33

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

11
Vamos (Surfer Rosa) 00:04:23

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

12
I'm Amazed 00:01:43

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

13
Brick Is Red 00:02:02

Black Francis, Composer - Pixies, Artist, MainArtist - Universal Music Publishing Ltd., MusicPublisher

1988 4AD Ltd 1988 4AD Ltd

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"Seeking fans of Peter, Paul & Mary and Hüsker Dü". It was this simple small-ad that saw Frank Black, then going by "Black Francis" find his Pixies band-mates, surely the most innovative adventure in rock of the late 1980s. Teetering on an unstable bridge linking the wildest, most de-structured punk and the most joyful pop, the Boston quartet shook things up with their changes in rhythm and other bizarre dissonances. For their first recordings from 1987 and 1988, everything and anything was grist to the mill of their genius: surf music, bubblegum pop, art rock, angular post-punk – each great swerve madder than the last. Joey Santiago's guitar is wild with electric shocks; Kim Deal is bouncing off the walls, and Black Francis belches out the craziest stories. A simply spellbinding first album! © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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