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1 Debaser 3:07 575,159
2 Tame 1:55 386,121
3 Wave of Mutilation 2:03 469,946
4 I Bleed 2:25 301,776
5 Here Comes Your Man 5:09 625,881
6 Dead 2:18 288,512
7 Monkey Gone to Heaven 2:54 755,084
8 Mr. Grieves 2:16 258,420
9 Crackity Jones 1:37 272,829
10 La La Love You 2:43 312,440
11 No. 13 Baby 4:19 253,860
12 There Goes My Gun 1:49 262,256
13 Hey 3:54 543,661
14 Silver 2:25 235,140
15 Gouge Away 2:53 377,998
No 13 Baby 3:51 41,442

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Doolittle is the second studio album from the American alternative rock band Pixies, released in April 1989 on 4AD. The album’s offbeat and dark subject material, featuring references to surrealism, Biblical violence, torture and death, contrasts with the clean production sound achieved by the then newly hired producer Gil Norton. Along with Surfer Rosa, Doolittle is considered the band’s strongest work.

Doolittle has continued to sell consistently well in the nineteen years since its release, and in 1995 was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. The album has been cited as inspirational by many alternative artists, while numerous music publications have ranked it as one of the most influential albums ever. A 2003 poll of NME writers ranked Doolittle as the second greatest album of all time. Reaction to Doolittle was positive in general, with the album garnering praise from several major music publications. NME commented that “the songs on Doolittle have the power to make you literally jump out of your skin with excitement.” Q, giving the album four stars out of five, said that Doolittle’s “carefully structured noise and straightforward rhythmic insistence makes perfect sense.” Tim Rolston, of the Daily Telegraph praised Doolittle as “a scintillating rock’n’roll album” and the Pixies’ “finest half-hour so far.” Other publications also awarded the album four out of five stars, including the British music weekly Record Mirror, The Philadelphia Inquirer, the Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune.

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