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Pixies Sell Out 2004 DVD
Pixies Sell Out 2004 DVD

The Reunion Tour Of The Year Has Come To DVD


Live -In-Concert DVD Set For October 4th Release

SPIN magazine called it “2004’s Comeback of the Year,” eBay auctioned single tickets for hundreds of dollars, and the media fell all over themselves with praise for what devotees bet their bottom dollar would never happen - the Pixies’ reunion tour. If you didn’t make it to one of the Pixies’ reunion dates, well then, you’re going to be able to take the Pixies home with you.

Pixies Sell Out 2004 DVD

This October 4th, Rhino Home Video will release “Pixies Sell Out,” an all- performance DVD culled from seven different Pixies reunion concerts held in 2004. The main part of the program is from the band’s concert in Belfort, France (July 3) and features 27 classic Pixies songs including “Here Comes Your Man,” “Monkey Gone to Heaven,” “Bone Machine,” “Where Is My Mind,” and “Gigantic.” The DVD’s bonus material offers additional performances from concerts in the United States (Coachella/May 1, Lowell/December 1, Austin City Limits Festival/September 18, and New Orleans’ Voodoo Festival/October 16), Japan (Fuji Rock Festival/July 30), England (the Move Festival/July 10) and Scotland (T In The Park/July 11).

Pixies - Frank Black/vocals, guitar; Joey Santiago/guitar; Kim Deal/bass; and David Lovering/drums - kicked off their reunion tour on April 13, 2004, at the Fine Line Music Cafe in Minneapolis, MN, and over the ensuing eight months shattered sales records around the world. The following May 1, Pixies co-headlined the Coachella Valley Festival and created pure magic in the hot desert for 50,000 fans (“The day belonged to the Pixies” said the New York Times). Pixies went on to sell out a record-setting four consecutive nights at Chicago’s Aragon Ballroom, 19,000 tickets for their four-night London run were gone in less than two hours, and the band capped off 2004 with an unprecedented eight-night stand at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom.

The Pixies formed in Boston in 1986 when Charles Thompson dropped out of college and convinced his friend and roommate, Joey Santiago, to do the same. The two recruited bassist Kim Deal, who suggested drummer David Lovering join the group, and the lineup was official. Thompson adopted the stage name Black Francis and the group named themselves the Pixies after flipping through a dictionary. The Pixies quickly gained a cult following as well as critical acclaim for their signature blend of screaming punk noise, indie guitar rock, classic pop, and surf-rock riffs mixed with impossible-to-ignore melodic hooks and Francis’ bizarre lyrics about religion, UFOs, and metaphysics.

During their six years together, the Pixies released five albums on the 4AD label - Come on Pilgrim (1987); Surfer Rosa (1988); Doolittle (1989); Bossanova (1990), and Trompe Le Monde (1991). Experiencing particular success in the U.K. and Europe, the Pixies played sold-out festivals and received a multitude of fan, peer and critical acclaim, the U.K.'s NME named Doolittle the "Second Best Album Ever." The band's influence was far-reaching; U2's Bono referred to the Pixies as “one of America’s greatest bands ever;” David Bowie called their work “just about the most compelling music of the entire '80s,” and Kurt Cobain, who identified Surfer Rosa as his favorite album of that entire decade, confessed, when writing “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” that, “Basically, I was ripping off the Pixies.”


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Street Date: October 4, 2005
Total Running Time: 160+ Minutes


  1. Wave Of Mutilation
    (Quicktime) (RealPlayer) (Windows Media Player - LOW MED HI)

  2. Monkey Gone To Heaven
    (Quicktime) (RealPlayer) (Windows Media Player - LOW MED HI)

  3. Where Is My Mind?
    (Quicktime) (RealPlayer) (Windows Media Player - LOW MED HI)


Main Program- Filmed in Belfort, France

  1. Bone Machine
  2. Wave Of Mutilation
  3. In Heaven
  4. Something Against You
  5. River Euphrates
  6. U-Mass
  7. Bone Machine
  8. Cactus
  9. Ed Is Dead
  10. I Bleed
  11. Monkey Gone To Heaven
  12. Hey
  13. Levitate Me
  14. Subbacultcha
  15. Dead
  16. Gouge Away
  17. Velouria
  18. Mr. Grieves
  19. Crackity Jones
  20. Broken Face
  21. Isla De Encanta
  22. Tame
  23. Here Comes Your Man
  24. The Holiday Song
  25. Where Is My Mind?
  26. Vamos
  27. Wave Of Mutilation
  28. Gigantic


  1. Caribou - Coachella
  2. Here Comes Your Man - Move
  3. Debaser - T In The Park
  4. Gigantic - Coachella
  5. U-Mass - Lowell, Mass
  6. Crackity Jones - Fuji Rock, Japan
  7. Nimrod’s Son - Fuji Rock, Japan
  8. The Holiday Song - Fuji Rock, Japan
  9. Subbacultcha - Austin
  10. Vamos - Austin
  11. No. 13 Baby - Lowell
  12. Planet Of Sound - Voodoo
  13. Is She Weird? - Lowell, Mass
  14. Into The White - Coachella
  15. Where Is My Mind? - Move
  16. Monkey Gone To Heaven - Move
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