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The Pixies pay tribute to Chilean miners at Santiago concert

By David Malitz

Last night, the Pixies neverending reunion tour found them playing their first headlining show in Chile, on the same day of the dramatic rescue of the 33 miners who had been trapped underground for 69 days. The enormity of the moment wasn't lost on the band and they played a 33-song set dedicated to the miners. Black Francis's introduction can be seen above. He says that while he doesn't speak much Spanish, he knows it's a special day. (We know he speaks some Spanish.) Pretty cool tribute by the band; full setlist after the jump.

Cecilia Ann
Rock Music
Bone Machine
Crackity Jones
River Euphrates
Debaser
Wave of Mutilation
Monkey Gone to Heaven
I Bleed
Caribou
Cactus
Broken Face
Something Against You
Isla de Encanta
Tame
Sad Punk
Hey
#13 Baby
Gouge Away
Is She Weird
Dead
U Mass
Break My Body
Velouria
Dig For Fire
Allison
Ed is Dead
Mr. Grieves
Winter Long
Here Comes Your Man
Head On
Holiday Song
Vamos

ENCORE:
Where Is My Mind
Gigantic

By David Malitz  | October 14, 2010; 12:45 PM ET
Categories:  News  | Tags:  The Pixies  
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