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Head Carrier

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Head Carrier
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Classic Masher
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Baal's Back
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Might as Well Be Gone
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Oona
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Talent
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Tenement Song
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Bel Esprit
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All I Think About Now
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Um Chagga Lagga
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Plaster of Paris
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All the Saints
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 33:44

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Head Carrier

slave138

I like the album, but it sounds more like the first couple Frank Black albums than the Pixies to me. There is very little of the iconic Black Francis scream -- and when it is there, it sounds a bit frail. It just feels like it's missing *something*. I don't want to seem to critical. It's a good Pixies album as long as you don't come in expecting Doolittle, Bossanova or Trompe le Monde. And a good Pixies album is still better than a great release from most other acts.

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