Aidin Vaziri | Here’s a serious side effect of a successful band reunion: the new studio album. “Indie Cindy” is the Pixies’ first full-length release since 1991’s “Trompe Le Monde.” Except it isn’t quite a comeback because it was recorded without original bassist Kim Deal, who left the group last year and took a great deal of its mystique with her. It’s not entirely new, either. It compiles the 12 songs previously released on September’s “EP-1,” January’s “EP-2” and the fairly recent, ahem, “EP-3.” If you’re already feeling underwhelmed, that’s good because the music doesn’t demand much more. A few tracks, such as “Greens and Blues” and “Blue Eyed Hexe,” sound like vague approximations of old Pixies songs, but mostly this sounds like one of frontman Frank Black’s more recent solo albums – generic, sluggish and delivered with minimal effort.