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Indie Cindy

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01
What Goes Boom
3:33  
02
Greens And Blues
3:47  
03
Indie Cindy
4:41  
04
Bagboy
4:53  
05
Magdalena 318
3:26  
06
Silver Snail
3:30  
07
Blue Eyed Hexe
3:12  
08
Ring The Bell
3:35  
09
Another Toe In The Ocean
3:46  
10
Andro Queen
3:23  
11
Snakes
3:45  
12
Jaime Bravo
4:24  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 45:55

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Brian Raftery has written for Wired, GQ, SPIN, New York, and Esquire. His first book, Don't Stop Believin': How Karaoke Conquered the World and Changed My Life,...more »

04.28.14
The Pixies, Indie Cindy
2014 | Label: Pixies Music / PIAS Digital

Well, at least they didn’t do it for the money. Of all the complaints one could lodge at the members of the Pixies after listening to their new album — and there are many — you can’t decry Indie Cindy as a cold, callous sell-out move. There are no big-budget label deals or contractual obligations that’ll be fulfilled upon its release, and it’s certainly not some cynical stopgap intended to stoke ticket sales (the band’s… read more »

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The Pixies Blow Up Their Planet of Sound

By Brian Raftery, Contributor

Well, at least they didn't do it for the money. Of all the complaints one could lodge at the members of the Pixies after listening to their new album — and there are many — you can't decry Indie Cindy as a cold, callous sell-out move. There are no big-budget label deals or contractual obligations that'll be fulfilled upon its release, and it's certainly not some cynical stopgap intended to stoke ticket sales (the band's… more »

1

The Pixies Blow Up Their Planet of Sound

By Brian Raftery, Contributor

Well, at least they didn't do it for the money. Of all the complaints one could lodge at the members of the Pixies after listening to their new album — and there are many — you can't decry Indie Cindy as a cold, callous sell-out move. There are no big-budget label deals or contractual obligations that'll be fulfilled upon its release, and it's certainly not some cynical stopgap intended to stoke ticket sales (the band's… more »