Hey (track) by Pixies
Hey appears on the following album(s) by Pixies:
- Doolittle (track #13) (this album) (1989)
- Wave Of Mutilation: Best Of Pixies (track #8) (compilation) (2004)
- Death To The Pixies (track #18) (compilation) (1997)
- Death To The Pixies (track #30) (compilation) (1997)
- Pixies At The BBC (track #14) (1998)
- Live At Coachella 2004/05/01 (track #14) (2010)
- Live: Malibu Nightclub, Lido Beach, NY, 31 July '89 (track #10) (2017)
- Minotaur (track #34) (compilation) (2009)
- Live From Brixton Academy, London. June 2nd, 2004 (track #17) (2020)
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It's use in The Suicide Squad is fantastic. And no, that's not why I know the song lol
Plaintive vocals - great guitar work creating an atmosphere of pained emptiness -hypnotic bass line - potentially a great song. Just give me better lyrics.
I don't get the hype. Whenever I listen to this album this song always passes without my noticing.
Said the man to the LAY day! Amazing amazing song; best on the album
A beautiful song, the chorus evokes this sense of tragedy with Kim and frank's interchanging wailing simply a perfect song
Love this track :) Awesome guitarwork!
This is where the interplay between the vocals of Black Francis and Kim Deal shines brightest on Doolittle. Mesmerizing, groovy, and maybe a little creepy. Great bass line, great stuff.
That groove. MMMmmm
Good teamwork on this song.
This is the definition of perfect... in Pixie's words at least.
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