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Pixies: Come on PilgrimCome on Pilgrim (1987)
Warner Music Group
Reviewer Rating: 4
Contributed by: ngs091ngs091
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Ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce the essence of the pre-mainstream Pixies: using fragmented lyrics that are rather indecipherable, but of which utilize a fun personality that will make even the hairs on the back of your neck run to join in on the party in this cloud of noisy, alternative punk-.
Ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce the essence of the pre-mainstream Pixies: using fragmented lyrics that are rather indecipherable, but of which utilize a fun personality that will make even the hairs on the back of your neck run to join in on the party in this cloud of noisy, alternative punk-pop aggression. Also propelled with yelping, screaming, wailing and chanting that is sometimes even shouted in Spanish, much like a language-confused banshee it may make you feel awkward and neurotic, all while getting you to dance around the room, charging full speed into the wall having finally uncovered a new kind of kick. This adrenaline rush always comes back when listening to this album; it comes in the shape of a pixie and has your first and last name, and like with Santa Claus it’s your decision if it’ll make you naughty or nice. Simply, it is impossible to not get into the Pixies. That is, as long as you are not fascist, a wife beater, part of the Ku Klux Klan or a Ronald Regan enthusiast. In other words, Pixie haters are just evil people, as this is a band that is special to many people’s hearts, this writer obviously included. So, now you ask me to stop drooling and actually write the bloody review. Okay, no problem. Yet, first, something obviously needs to be said before I begin….
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