8 thoughts on “ Head Carrier - Pixies - Head Carrier (CD, Album) ”

  1. Head Carrier, their first proper full-length in many years, is a return to that familiar Pixies sound everyone adores and touches on classic Pixie's sounds. The album was recorded with Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Opeth, Band Of Skulls)/5().
  2. From the get-go, you can see the old Pixies that you know (although no one "knows" the Pixies) and love. The first song, "Head Carrier," seems to get the album off to a bland start, but after a few listens it sets in perfectly as a fantastic opening song/5().
  3. Dec 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Head Carrier on Discogs. Label: Pixies Music - PMCDX • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock/5(58).
  4. Feb 16,  · CD and LP are housed in a hardcover book-like sleeve slipped in a hardcase with a panel accordion fold lyric booklet. The box set was sold alone or in two different bundles: 1.) Box set plus a limited edition t-shirt, and a limited edition 12” x 12” poster printed on gsm heavyweight card, featuring Vaughan Oliver artwork/5(16).
  5. Head Carrier, the new album on CD Digipack, specially designed by Vaughan Oliver. CD Tracklisting Head Carrier Classic Masher Baals Back Might As Well Be Gone Oona Talent Tenement Song Bel Espirit All I Think About Now Um Chagga Lagga Plaster Of Paris All The Saints.
  6. The rest of the band's ease at having her in the fold is audible, and Head Carrier is a surprisingly nice album. "Classic Masher" and "Bel Esprit" recall the amiable jangle of "Here Comes Your Man" and the band's cover of "Winterlong," and the easygoing vibe continues on "All the Saints"' slo-mo surf and "Plaster of Paris.".
  7. Find album release information for Head Carrier - Pixies on AllMusic. Find album release information for Head Carrier - Pixies on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases CD: Head Carrier: PIAS LP: Head Carrier: PIAS 6/
  8. Oct 06,  · With Head Carrier, they’re essentially in their Voodoo Lounge phase, turning in the sort of middling, late-career album that will clog up the Pixies bin at your local record store when you’re /

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