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The Sad Punk - Pixies - Trompe Le Monde

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  1. Jun 29,  · Though Trompe le Monde doesn’t sound quite like the Pixies’ other work, Come on Pilgrim’s spooky beginnings, Surfer Rosa’s abrasive assault, Doolittle’s deceptively accessible punk-pop, and Bossanova’s spacy sonics helped make Trompe le Monde a rousing swan song and a precursor to alternative rock’s imminent success.
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  3. Jul 31,  · Trompe Le Monde is a very solid effort from a band who where allegedly out of ideas, and although not quite being up to the exceptionally high standards of their earlier work, i always wonder why it's labelled as some kind of black sheep when practically every other band on the planet would sell their souls for tunes this good/5(95).
  4. Pixies - The Sad Punk Lyrics. I smell smoke that comes from a gun Named extinction Named extinction Named extinction Named It was a long time ago, could have happened t.
  5. Trompe le Monde is the Pixies' fourth and final full-length studio album, released on September 23, through the 4AD record label. The album name comes from the title of the first track, and is a French phrase meaning "Fool the World". Contents[show] Tracklisting Trompe le Monde Planet of Sound Alec Eiffel The Sad Punk Head On U-Mass Palace of the Brine Letter to Memphis Bird Dream of the.
  6. The Pixies Trompe le Monde on Numbered-Edition Hybrid SACD from Mobile Fidelity. Pixies' Album Sparks With Electrically Charged Hooks, Outer-Space Atmospherics, and Eminent Tunefulness. Mastered from the Original Master Tapes: Restoration Turns Effort Into a Sonic Blockbuster.
  7. Feb 13,  · Yes, "Doolittle" is probably considered the best Pixies album to date. "Bossanova" just rocks. Then, we have the final act. "Trompe Le Monde" is a venture into a more produced, more "sci-fi" sound (Frank also took the sci-fi with him for his first 2 solo releases). It is frankly, for me, the best Pixies, or Frank Black writing ever released/5(90).
  8. Trompe le Monde Lyrics: Why do cupids and angels / Continually haunt her dreams / Like memories of another life / Is painted on her shirt in capitals / Out on the free free way / There's only she.

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