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8 thoughts on “ Monkey Gone To Heaven - Pixies - Doolittle Brussels, The Forest National, October 14th 2009 (CDr)

  1. Monkey Gone to Heaven Lyrics: There was a god / An under water god who controlled the sea / Got killed by ten million pounds of sludge / From New York and New Jersey / This monkey's gone to Heaven.
  2. Dec 10,  · Monkey Gone to Heaven is a song by the American alternative rock band Pixies and is the seventh track on their album Doolittle. The song was written and sung by frontman Black Francis and was produced by Gil Norton. Referencing environmentalism and biblical numerology, the song's lyrics mirrore.
  3. The Pixies Monkey Gone to Heaven inspired sticker! This monkeys gone to Heaven Permanent semi gloss self adhesive sticker -- Simply peel off the back and stick wherever you fancy! % waterproof!! Exact Size - x 3 inch (mm — 76mm) _____ - UK - Royal.
  4. "Monkey Gone to Heaven" is a song by the American alternative rock band Pixies and is the seventh track on their album Doolittle. The song was written and sung by frontman Black Francis and was produced by Gil Norton. Referencing environmentalism and biblical numerology, the song's lyrics mirrored themes that were explored in Doolittle.
  5. "Monkey Gone to Heaven" is a song by the American alternative rock band Pixies and is the seventh track on their album Doolittle. The song was written and sung by frontman Black Francis and was produced by Gil svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfoncing environmentalism and biblical numerology, the song's lyrics mirrored themes that were explored in Doolittle. "Monkey Gone to Heaven" was the first Pixies song to Genre: Alternative rock.
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  7. Jul 01,  · Album: Doolittle Year: Perhaps the pixieish Pixies song that ever pixied, “Monkey Gone to Heaven” is a full-blown art rock anthem that somehow crams an insane amount of ideas into just less than three minutes, and while it’s not quite my favorite Pixies song, on just about any objective scale, it sure as shit is their greatest, encapsulating everything that made them unique and.
  8. The first single from Doolittle, this song received lots of accolades from the music press, including from Rolling Stone magazine, which named it the #5 single of and later listed it as # on their list of the Greatest Songs of All Time. The Doolittle album made many "best of" lists, but the Pixies went on hiatus after touring to promote the album, and never achieved great.

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