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9 thoughts on “ Alec Eiffel - Pixies - Trompe Le Monde (Cassette, Album)

  1. Yozshuzragore says:
    Trompe le Monde is the fourth studio album by the American alternative rock band Pixies, released on September 23, on 4AD in the United Kingdom and Elektra Records in the United States. After the surf-pop of Bossanova (), the band returned to the abrasive sound of the band's earlier releases.
  2. Alec Eiffel Lyrics. K The final album produced by the Pixies' original incarnation. The album’s recording process had the band members in open hostilities with each other, and the lyrics.
  3. "Trompe Le Monde" is a venture into a more produced, more "sci-fi" sound (Frank also took the sci-fi with him for his first 2 solo releases). It is frankly, for me, the best Pixies, or Frank Black writing ever released. This album is worth the money alone for the track "Letter to Memphis"/5().
  4. Kagalmaran says:
    About Alec Eiffel "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.
  5. Pixies formed in Boston, Massachusetts in Following their demo tape, the band signed to the English independent record label inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.coinfo released Come On Pilgrim, comprising eight songs from their demo tape, in October Their first full-length album, Surfer Rosa, was released in on 4AD; an American distribution deal was agreed with Rough Trade Records several months later.
  6. Malabar says:
    This song is by Pixies and appears on the album Trompe le Monde () and on the compilation album Wave of Mutilation: The Best of the Pixies (). This song has been covered by Bunnies under the title " Alec Eiffel ".
  7. Garisar says:
    Oct 17, · In all, "Trompe Le Monde" spelled the inevitable "end of the line" - or "end of the era" for Pixies. The deserved cult status kept the loyal fanbase strong and bullding up, but judging it from a 25+ years distance, you can hear the cracks, pushes and shoves on this album /5(K).
  8. Zololmaran says:
    Trompe Le Monde () - A robust return to form, albeit a thoroughly crazed one, Trompe Le Monde is an oft-overlooked masterpiece, and a key jewel in the Pixies crown. Containing the masterpieces ‘U Mass’, ‘Planet of Sound’ and ‘Alec Eiffel,’ Trompe Le Monde is essential Pixies to say the inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.coinfos:
  9. Kirisar says:
    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.

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