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Pixies to release double DVD
Influential electric guitar group Pixies are to release a box set of two live performances.
The first is the band's 2005 gig at the Paradise Club in Boston, with the second detailing the acoustic guitar show - the first unplugged show Pixies ever played - at Rhode Island's Newport Folk Festival.
Fender Blog is reporting that the double-disc DVD set is available today (August 25th 2010) on Blu-ray.
"The release is packed to the brim with bonus features, including original home video footage of a live 1986 show at TT The Bear's in Boston…and an acoustic rehearsal of Debaser," it noted.
Pixies - who are led by electric guitar player and singer Black Francis - will embark on a tour of the US next month, starting in Philadelphia on September 7th moving across the country before taking in shows in South American countries such as Brazil and Argentina.
The jaunt is set to come to an end at Auditorio Telmex in Mexico's Guadalajara on October 19th.
Posted on 25 Aug 2010 15:24 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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