Terminal

by pixels

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1.
Prelude 01:05
I should have loved my position in life, simple indeed, and obscure, but calm and serene. I should have died peacefully in the bosom of my family. Thought, doubtless, soon forgotten, I should have at least have been regretted as long as anyone remembered me. Instead of that, what picture amI going to draw? Let us not anticipate the sorrows of my life. I shall occupy my [listener] more than enough with this melancholy subject.
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Pepsi Queen 03:39
Here she come that little Pepsi Queen she's speeding all the time she's got no need for naps but she spits on coca-cola and she spits on royal crown she's a little royalty here she come that little Pepsi Queen I don't know why she lives on oxycodone she lives on broken ribs she's got giant little fists here she come that little Pepsi Queen I don't know why
3.
Oh boy, Lictenstein Your ben-days were square when I saw you with an iPhone no one believes in materials since the cloud came to our pockets Oh boy, Lichtenstein I'm streaming Tchaikovsky while I'm standing at the bus stop I know everything no kidding I got an iPhone Oh boy, Lichtenstein Oh dear, Tchaikovsky It's not a joke it's really the it is when you live in a petrified forrest Oh boy, Lichtenstein the cloud took you away
4.
Sylvia 03:43
I'm all alone in my room I'm wondering the days go by, the nights slip by not slumbering oh why must I feel so alone, Sylvia? it's 'cause you take too many pills oh why must I feel so alone, Sylvia? it's cause you take too many pills oh you and me could make make fun together yeah you and me could have made some fun together but, sylvia oh, sylvia oh you and me could have made fun together yeah you and me could have made some fun together oh, Sylvia dear Sylvia but Sylvia you take too many
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hey Manet hey hey hey hey hey-hey hey Manet what did you say? je suis le peintre de la vie moderne baby, put up a fight it doesn't matter if it's wrong or right I'm the painter of modern life hey Manet hey hey hey hey-hey hey Manet well, what did you say? I'll be your mirror and show you what the things that you just can't see I'll be your mirror show you what things that you just can't see it doesn't matter if it's wrong or right i'm the painter of modern life je t'aime la magnétophone je t'aime
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I wake up early on a Saturday night I think I need a constant in my life yeah 'cause everything's fair and everything's right when you've got a constant in your life yeah I think about getting myself a pet life everyone person i've ever met 'cause everything's fair and everything's right when you've got a constant in your life yeah and it's getting old and i'm getting late I think I finally want to be sedate
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we walked with our food stamps to the mini mart we sold all our movies to make the rent I was happy so happy with you well they call you and you are the terma terma terminator of hearts cruelty oh cruelty it took you away took my baby baby to-day why was I so cruel to you? baby, I was wise to you. but a broken heart is right twice a day and a broken heart tells time well they call you and you are the terma terma terminator of hearts
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Record Review from "THE NOISE," December 2014:

Pixels - Terminal (2014)

Guitarist and vocalist Andy Davis of the Universes and Doo Radley has teamed up with drummer Melba Cantwell and friends to create a poppy garage masterpiece. It’s hard to pin the Pixels down. Sometimes they sound like Galaxie 500, sometimes they sound like they should be on a Nuggets compilation. With Melba’s sparse kit and minimalist style, she is reasonably compared to Maureen Tucker when you see this band live, but this is no Pizza Underground. This album takes the Pixels to a whole new level musically and I can’t wait to see them again. (Eric Baylies)

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released June 6, 2014

Recorded by Andy Davis at Grove Street
Mixed by Ben Knox Miller at Columbus Recording Company
Mastered by Nick Stumpf
This release by subModern & Manic Pixie Radio

All songs written by Andy Davis and performed by Pixels.

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pixels Providence, Rhode Island

pixel (n.)
1969, coined to describe the photographic elements of a television image, from pix + first syllable of element.

An American rock group based in Providence, RI - active between 2012 and 2018.

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