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Someone please clarify. This passage: "At the end of 2000, Calexico joined with two French friends Naïm Amor and Thomas Belhorn to record Tete a Tete for release at the beginning of 2001. The band released two collections of rarities during 2001. Even My Sure Things Fall Through collected outtakes from previous albums, B-sides, remixes and material previously unreleased in the US. The album also featured Mariachi Luz de Luna who frequently played live with the duo. The Aerocalexico album was sold exclusively at their gigs in 2001."
What album is the 'this album' that featured Mariachi Luz de Luna? Even My Sure Things Fall Through? Aerocalexico? Tete a Tete? Something else? I'm confused. JonathanNil 23:44, 25 March 2006 (UTC)
Videography: The article says the video for Quattro from Feast of Wire/2003 was their first one (6th column of recording history). I recall watching videos both of The Ballad of Cable Hogue and Crystal Frontier (both from Hot Rail/2000). Does anyone know if there are possibly even older ones? -Simon
Discography should be a separate link like other bands have. Also, several items missing from the discography:
EPs Descamino (2000) (see www.casadecalexico.com) Alone Or Again (Aus Tour EP) (see Amazon.com)
Compilation contributions: (all sold on Amazon.com) The Believer Magazine (Throws Daggers) Sweetheart 2005: Love Songs (Love Will Tear Us Apart) Guess Who This Is: A Tribute to Dom Leone (Drivin' on 9) Total Lee! The Songs of Lee Hazlewood (Sundown Sundown - Calexico feat. Valerie Leulliot) KFOG: Live From The Archives 14 (Quattro/World Drifts In) VPRO's De Avonden: Crossing Border 1998 (The Ride, Part 2, The Black Light and Trigger) ISO68: Here/There (song not known)
New images available
The band history section needs to be updated
In 2010, a new album of Calexico was released: the soundtrack of the documentary "Circo".
"Until recently, Calexico has been on tour with Arcade Fire along the west coast in 2010." - recently was 2 years ago
"A new album, Algiers, is due out in September 2012 on ANTI Records and CITY SLANG (Europe)" The record is out now — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 19:11, 3 October 2012 (UTC)