RED, ORANGE, GREEN AND BLUE CLEAR SPLATTER VINYL
11 years after their acrimonious split, Pixies returned for an acclaimed
sold-out reunion tour. ‘Live In Brixton’ brings together the complete
recordings of all four shows from Pixies’ legendary run at the iconic
•Available on vinyl for the very first time, each show is
pressed on two heavyweight 180g vinyl and housed in a wide spine sleeve
with printed inner bags.
•This special edition version is pressed on
clear vinyl with coloured splatters and is exclusive to indie retailers.
•Each show has been newly mastered for this release by Phil Kinrade at
Alchemy Mastering at AIR
•Includes a 24-page booklet featuring
photographs and new artwork, plus memories and paraphernalia from fans
who attended the Brixton gigs
•Also includes a 68cm x 48cm fold-out
poster featuring the new ‘Live In Brixton’ boxset artwork
within a deluxe slipcase box featuring silver foil detailing
The Pixies‘ triumphant live shows at Brixton Academy in 2004, which
ended an 11-year hiatus, are to be released as Live in Brixton and will
be available as large 8CD and 8LP coloured vinyl box sets.
course of the four sold-out shows the band played almost all of the big
hitters and fan favourites from the Doolittle and Surfer Rosa; key songs
and obscurities from the rest of their catalogue; and covers in the
shape of Neil Young’s Winterlong, Peter Ivers’ ‘In Heaven’ (from the
David Lynch film Eraserhead) and The Jesus and Mary Chain’s ‘Head On’.
Each of the four set lists was pretty different.
The audio has been newly mastered by Phil Kinrade at Alchemy Mastering.
8CD box set again uses the same colours for each night, with each show
spread over two CDs. It will be packaged within a large format deluxe
casebound book, with similar artwork to the two vinyl versions.
formats include a 24-page booklet which includes photos and memories and
paraphernalia from fans who attended the shows. To top it all off, the
packages are completed by a 68 x 48 cm fold-out poster which features
the new Live In Brixton box set artwork.
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