Doolittle

Pixies - Doolittle
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
1989 Ratings: #1 / 140
User Score
1989 Ratings: #2
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CRITIC REVIEWS

100
AllMusic

Their most accessible album, Doolittle's wide-ranging moods and sounds make it one of their most eclectic and ambitious. A fun, freaky alternative to most other late-'80s college rock, it's easy to see why the album made the Pixies into underground rock stars.

100
Drowned in Sound

The Doolittle album has amazing tunes that make you feel all tingly one moment and darkly maudlin the next, and its this power the Pixies have over you that makes them so goddamn fun to listen to. 

100
Pitchfork

Doolittle is their most famous album and for understandable reasons. It's more even keel than Surfer Rosa and better mannered, too, forgoing the harsh live sound of Steve Albini for the lush, almost folksy one of Gil Norton, who had had previously worked with marshmallows like Echo and the Bunnymen.

100
Rolling Stone

The album's breathtaking mix of noisy, almost surflike guitars, sweet pop melodies and primal-scream-therapy vocals inspired a generation of would-be rock stars

100
PopMatters

Listening to any Pixies record is akin to entering a disturbing and disconcerting fairytale book, and even the most tuneful songs on Doolittle threaten to take a sudden malevolent turn.

Doublez
94
CFCE 87.8 FM Weekly Genre : Indie Rock

We have all known or heard endless debates on the classification of musical genres and sub-styles. Can we study the relevance or not of a term invented by a journalist who has become a trend, or a term self-proclaimed by the artist himself? I think it's relative and different for each individual. However, these musical genres/styles are quite practical and rather well done when you think about it. Whether you accept it or not, they are now indirectly a ... read more
knewnie
10
pee pee dogshit (objectively)
Atrocityblubber
90
Original score(82)

Ok, I think I get this now
Flamingooooo
85
This album has everything I love about this type of music. It's heavy, energetic, catchy, has great instrumentation and crazy emotional vocals, and of course it sounds great. I also like that the songs in this album are very short so that they don't become boring after time. And... This cover actually sucks balls.
YuriDING
80
Damn good album.
In the song "Hey", the drums and the voice give the impression of a band doing a concert and the guitar and bass are the couple dancing over the melody.
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Track List

  1. Debaser 
  2. Tame 
  3. Wave of Mutilation 
  4. I Bleed 
  5. Here Comes Your Man 
  6. Dead 
  7. Monkey Gone to Heaven 
  8. Mr. Grieves 
  9. Crackity Jones 
  10. La La Love You 
  11. No. 13 Baby 
  12. There Goes My Gun 
  13. Hey 
  14. Silver 
  15. Gouge Away
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Added on: September 24, 2012