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9 thoughts on “ Monkey Gone To Heaven - Pixies - Doolittle (CD, Album)

  1. The Pixies mapped the expansive boundaries of their sound on ’s Surfer Rosa—surf music, punk, rockabilly, and more—and then, with ’s Doolittle, they filled in the color and made it all more quecoiwhidistsotals.mihalranetniecoconkezufibucktet.infoinfoan Black Francis had more hooks and weirdly catchy melodies than he knew what to do with, and his lyrical concerns were by turns surreal and inscrutable.
  2. "Hey" and "Monkey Gone to Heaven," on the other hand, stretch Francis ' lyrical horizons: "Monkey"'s elliptical environmentalism and "Hey"'s twisted longing are the Pixies ' versions of message songs and romantic ballads. Their most accessible album, Doolittle 's wide-ranging moods and sounds make it one of their most eclectic and ambitious/
  3. Mar 20,  · Doolittle was the Pixies' first international release, with Elektra Records as the album's distributor in the United States and PolyGram in Canada. Pixies released two singles from Doolittle /5(6).
  4. A Newbury Comics exclusive color vinyl pressing. Happy 30th birthday to the original release of Doolittle! First released in and although their second album, Doolittle was the first Pixies record to be made commercially available here in their native US. The second studio album from Pixies - Black Francis, Joey Santiago, Kim Deal and David Lovering - Doolittle was to prove a pivotal.
  5. Oct 09,  · Readers’ Poll: The 10 Best Pixies Songs It started with a single line: "This monkey's gone to heaven." Black Francis didn't quite know what to do with it, but he knew it was attention.
  6. "Since we had under three weeks to record, most of Doolittle was a song a day, and we managed to keep to that except for 'Monkey Gone To Heaven'. It was a case of 'Oh, it would be great just to try putting some strings on that,' and because we didn't have enough time in Boston, we had to wait until we got to the Carriage House in Connecticut.".
  7. About “Monkey Gone to Heaven” A rare environmental song by the Pixies, from their album Doolittle, dealing with man’s confused place in the universe. Black Francis told Esquire.
  8. This is a stereo remaster version of the classic Pixies album "Doolittle", on vinyl. I'd recommend this to anyone who used to, or does own this on vinyl (but perhaps it's a little old and clicky!), or to anyone that collects vinyl with a love for classic and great rock albums, this is a must have in your collection!/5().
  9. Feb 09,  · Having bought this album a few days ago, I now know how OBVIOUS the references to "Monkey gone to Heaven" are in that later song. Sure, the Gang change one or two letters from one word in a phrase the Pixies use, but it's still the same phrase, but twisted for comedic effect/5(4).

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