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Come On Pilgrim... It’s Surfer Rosa (Colored Vinyl) Vinyl 3LP

4ADSKU lp-10024

first 2 LPs plus rare 1986 radio session, deluxe packaging
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The Pixies' very first mini-LP along with their proper album debut and an early radio concert. In celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of their first release, Come On Pilgrim... It’s Surfer Rosa compiles Come On Pilgrim, Surfer Rosa, and Live From The Fallout Shelter - one of the earliest recordings of the band, a radio concert that first aired in late 1986 on WJUL-FM in Lowell, MA. This is an awesome document of one of the most impactful bands of the late 20th century. Packaged together, their first two releases end up feeling like extensions of each other. With unforgettable songs like "Caribou," "Gigantic," and "Where Is My Mind?" these recordings are absolutely essential. Thirty-six tracks in all. Released by 4AD on triple gold vinyl housed in a full color sleeve with new artwork by Vaughan Oliver and a digital download.

  • gold colored triple vinyl pressing
  • includes 'Live From The Fallout Shelter', one of the earliest recordings of the band
  • printed inner sleeves
  • digital download included
  • original release year: 1990
  • music label: 4AD 2018
UPC: 191400008410, 191400008410


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