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8 Replies to “ Alec Eiffel - Pixies - Trompe Le Monde (CD, Album) ”

  1. Catalog number on CD and booklet: This is ARC pressing of Pixies - Trompe Le Monde Recorded at Master Control and Pacifique, Burbank; Studio Des Dames, Paris; Blackwing, London. Mixed at Master Rock, London. All songs published by Rice and Beans Music. BMI. except "Head On" published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (PRS)4/5(1).
  2. Apart from brief, disembodied flickers on ‘Subbacultcha’, ‘Alec Eiffel’, ‘Palace Of The Brine’, ‘Space (I Believe In) and closer ‘The Navajo Know’ the scarcity of Deal’s vocals – long a surefire Pixies’ hallmark – remains one of Trompe Le Monde’s few shortcomings. On .
  3. Alec Eiffel follows, and is probably the most famous song off “Trompe Le Monde”. It’s a perfect example of the guitar and drums blending together evenly, as Joey lies down a nice little guitar part while the drums follow at the same pace. Adding to the mix, there is an odd sounding keyboard part in the middle of the song.
  4. 1. Trompe le Monde 2. Planet of Sound 3. Alec Eiffel 4. The Sad Punk 5. Head On 6. U-Mass 7. Palace of the Brine 8. Letter to Memphis 9. Bird Dream of the Olympus Mons Space (I Believe In) Subbacultcha Distance Equals Rate Times Time Lovely Day Motorway to Roswell The Navajo Know Pixies.
  5. "Alec Eiffel" is a song by the American alternative rock band Pixies, and is the third track on their album Trompe le Monde. The song was written and sung by frontman Black Francis, produced by Gil Norton and recorded during the album's recording sessions. "Alec Eiffel" was released as a single in France, the United Kingdom and the United States, and was their third single from the album.
  6. Trompe Le Monde may very well be the most neglected Pixies release. Possibly with good reason. Which isn’t to say that it isn’t great, so much as to say that the three albums preceding it are among the most canonized of the last 20 years. It is probably the least strange, the most straightforwardly rocking and, maybe, the most cohesive.
  7. Artist/Band: Pixies Lyrics for Song: Space (I Believe In) Lyrics for Album: Minotaur [] We needed something to move and fill up the space we needed something this always is just the case jefrey with one f jeffery took up his place sat on a carpet and with tablas in hand took up the chase jefrey with one f jefrey now it occurred to me as he.
  8. Find release reviews and credits for Trompe le Monde - Pixies on AllMusic - The title might be French for "fool the world," Missing: Alec Eiffel.

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