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Let's Go Eat The Factory by Guided By Voices

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Let's Go Eat The Factory

Guided By Voices

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Album

Let's Go Eat The Factory

Guided By Voices

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Label: GBV Inc
These perpetually soused, constantly mutating indie-rock gods here reconvene their beloved mid-'90s lineup, with oracle/genius frontman Bob Pollard backed by fellow singer-songwriter Tobin Sprout, bassist Greg Demos, guitarist Mitch Mitchell and drummer Kevin Fennell. Bizarre, scattershot, occasionally transcendent Beatles worship ensues, as always. It's ramshackle and spotty by design, but "The Unsinkable Fats Domino" is magnificent, and Sprout's songs, from the blissful "Waves" to the tender "Old Bones," are a revelation. Bee Thousand fans, look out.

About This Album

These perpetually soused, constantly mutating indie-rock gods here reconvene their beloved mid-'90s lineup, with oracle/genius frontman Bob Pollard backed by fellow singer-songwriter Tobin Sprout, bassist Greg Demos, guitarist Mitch Mitchell and drummer Kevin Fennell. Bizarre, scattershot, occasionally transcendent Beatles worship ensues, as always. It's ramshackle and spotty by design, but "The Unsinkable Fats Domino" is magnificent, and Sprout's songs, from the blissful "Waves" to the tender "Old Bones," are a revelation. Bee Thousand fans, look out.

Songs

About This Album

These perpetually soused, constantly mutating indie-rock gods here reconvene their beloved mid-'90s lineup, with oracle/genius frontman Bob Pollard backed by fellow singer-songwriter Tobin Sprout, bassist Greg Demos, guitarist Mitch Mitchell and drummer Kevin Fennell. Bizarre, scattershot, occasionally transcendent Beatles worship ensues, as always. It's ramshackle and spotty by design, but "The Unsinkable Fats Domino" is magnificent, and Sprout's songs, from the blissful "Waves" to the tender "Old Bones," are a revelation. Bee Thousand fans, look out.