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|1.||"In The Arms Of Mrs Mark Of Cain" (4:07)|
|2.||"Graveyard Hill" (3:27)|
|3.||"Catfish Kate" (3:10)|
|4.||"This Is My Fate" (3:15)|
|5.||"Ready For Love" (2:39)|
|6.||"Silver Bullet" (3:43)|
|1.||"Long Rider" (3:35)|
|2.||"Los Surfers Muertos" (2:55)|
|3.||"St Nazaire" (2:26)|
|4.||"Bird Of Prey" (2:38)|
|5.||"Daniel Boone" (4:52)|
|6.||"Death Horizon" (2:08)|
When the end days come and it's finally time to write the complete story of American rock 'n' roll, surely Pixies will get their own chapter. Legends of the grunge world, often known for a stylistic simplicity (quiet-LOUD anyone?) but unafraid to go out on a psychedelic limb when the moment suits, they've towered above the majority of acts for 28 years and, as "Beneath The Eyrie" proves, still have plenty to say. "In The Arms of Mrs Mark Of Cain" starts proceedings on a gothic-Western hybrid tip, setting things up perfectly for any song named "Graveyard Hill". Realistically when that track does arrive it switches the mood with a nod to the band's archetypal punk-infused sound, and that's precisely the point. Apparently betting the farm on this one, it's got everything from psych-folk to Tim Burton-ish ghoulish wit, making for the band's finest hour since their 2004 reformation.
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