In an attempt to ride the wave of love and tour support from fans that were still eating paste when Trompe Le Monde came out, the Pixies are about to finish their first LP in fourteen years. Pixies frontman Frank Black joked to MTV.com about the whole affair. “I think Kim [Deal, Pixies’ bassist] is a little more afraid of the legacy being ruined, which is fair enough,” Black said. “But I[‘m] like ‘We’re willing. We just want to ride this cash cow into the arena…We’re the Pixies, of course it’s going to be good.'” Black also lampooned his former fisticuffs with Deal. “We’ll have a fight about…something,” Black joked. “And of course, in the end, I will dominate.”
SPIN.com reported earlier this summer about the Pixies live DVD, which was released on September 20 and includes Pixies performances from the Coachella Festival, the Voodoo Music Experience, and the Austin City Limits Festival (Read More
). The Pixies appeared at the Across the Narrows Festival in New York last weekend.
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