Album artwork for Motivational Jumpsuit by Guided By Voices

'Motivational Jumpsuit' is the latest, bestest release by reunited indie rock (whatever that means) juggernaut (means an unstoppable force) Guided By Voices. It speaks in several silvery tongues, and like last year's English Little League takes many routes to the same shimmery, elusive destination: rock greatness. Its 20 songs (in 38 minutes!) range from the shaggy, Who Sell Out pop-pourri of 'Evangeline Dandelion' to the lurching, rifferific 'Planet Score,' breezing briskly through every worthwhile rock 'n' roll style sheet along the way. Robert Pollard and co.'s influences are by now so thoroughly assimilated that Guided By voices referents are mostly to other Guided By Voices songs / eras: 'Save the Company' calls to mind the band's 'Bee Thousand / Alien Lanes' lo-fi glory daze, while 'Vote for Me Dummy' could be from Isolation Drills. For instance.

Guided By Voices

Motivational Jumpsuit

Fire Records
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Album artwork for Motivational Jumpsuit by Guided By Voices
CD

£12.99

Released 17/02/2014Catalogue Number

firecd337

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Guided By Voices

Motivational Jumpsuit

Fire Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for Motivational Jumpsuit by Guided By Voices by Motivational Jumpsuit - Guided By Voices
Album artwork for Motivational Jumpsuit by Guided By Voices
CD

£12.99

Released 17/02/2014Catalogue Number

firecd337

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

'Motivational Jumpsuit' is the latest, bestest release by reunited indie rock (whatever that means) juggernaut (means an unstoppable force) Guided By Voices. It speaks in several silvery tongues, and like last year's English Little League takes many routes to the same shimmery, elusive destination: rock greatness. Its 20 songs (in 38 minutes!) range from the shaggy, Who Sell Out pop-pourri of 'Evangeline Dandelion' to the lurching, rifferific 'Planet Score,' breezing briskly through every worthwhile rock 'n' roll style sheet along the way. Robert Pollard and co.'s influences are by now so thoroughly assimilated that Guided By voices referents are mostly to other Guided By Voices songs / eras: 'Save the Company' calls to mind the band's 'Bee Thousand / Alien Lanes' lo-fi glory daze, while 'Vote for Me Dummy' could be from Isolation Drills. For instance.