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Live From Coachella 2004

2cd + deluxe 7" in numbered casebound book - £26.99 | Buy
After a decade long hiatus, alternative rock legends Pixies reunited for a triumphant set at Coachella 2004.

Doolittle – Live In Brussels 2009

2cd + deluxe 7" in numbered casebound book - £26.99 | Buy
In 2009 the reunited Pixies celebrated the 20 th anniversary of their seminal 'doolittle' album with a world tour.


limited red lp - £24.99 | Buy
a mature yet visceral record of gruesome folk, ballroom pop and brutal rock, haunted by the ghosts of affairs and indulgences, driven wild by cosmic forces and ...

LIVE AT COACHELLA 2004 (rsd 22)

Record Store Day 2022 - 140g Yellow 2LP - £31.99
Released on vinyl for the very first time, this Record Store Day 2022 exclusive features the epic 20-song set pressed on two 140g yellow and orange marbled viny...

come on pilgrim… it's surfer rosa

hardbook wallet case 3cd + lyric booklet - £15.99 | Buy
limited deluxe clear 3lp in clothbound book + lyric book + art book + download - £79.99
the 30th anniversary edition contains ‘Come On Pilgrim’, ‘Surfer Rosa’ and ‘Live From The Fallout Shelter’, a concert-cum-se...

head carrier

180g gatefold lp + download - £22.99 | Buy
the Sophomore "post reunion" album from the alt-rock four piece showcases their unique mixture of surrealism, psychedelia, dissonance & surf rock....
Hear Me Out / Mambo Sun
  1. Hear Me Out
  2. Mambo Sun


Hear Me Out / Mambo Sun

  • limited yellow 12"

    Released: 16th Oct 2020

    £11.99 £7.98
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Featuring a gritty interpretation of the T-Rex classic ‘Mambo Sun’, the single offers a brighter contrast to the previous record’s foreboding ambience, with bassist Paz Lenchantin’s honeyed, hypnotic vocals delivering a message that has grown in relevance since it was written.

Delivering melody and visceral power in equal measure, it captures the PIXIES’ classic style, and is elevated with a spaghetti western-style guitar motif courtesy of Joey Santiago. “Black started the melody phrases on an old organ. I loved it right away, so he asked me to take a pass at the lyrics. The song has an evocative melody that inspired the lyrics to come out straight away.” Joey Santiago added, “Paz sounds like she’s talking to a guy with deaf ears. I did a western style riff at the end of verses, which was like giving her a gun so the dude would pay attention.”