Guided By Voices - Get Out Of My Stations EP


Get of My Stations is (in my opinion) the best of the series of mini-album 7 inches that GBV released in the early 90's. Where most of the other EPs felt just like leftover tracks this release has it's own distinct sound & fidelity that was never heard on any other release. Working again with Mike "Rep" Hummel (who also lovingly fucked with 1992's Propeller) this release has some really interesting sounds. From the warm and intimate ballads "Spring Tiger" & "Dusty Bushworms" to "Blue Moon Fruit" which sounds like the vocals were recorded in an empty parking garage, there is a lot to sink your teeth into during the short run time of this EP.

(this includes the live bonus tracks that were tacked on to the re-issue)

Format: MP3
Bitrate: VBR (VO)
Encoded with: LAME 3.96

9 comments:

decrepittapes said...

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michaeldustdevil said...

damn good start sir... XXX

frogcakemusic said...

nice stuff man! is this the cd or 7" rip???

decrepittapes said...

This is the CD rip.

frogcakemusic said...

you ARE my hero!! :P

jeff said...

sweeeeet! thank you.

Raul Reaction said...

hey man, lots of thanks.. always heard about them but never got to listen. great moment since i like quite a bit times new viking, similar kind of stuff to my ears
what other stuff you recommend me to start?
love the song "melted pat"

steve said...

I don't really hear any similarities between GBV & TNV other than the low-fidelity recordings.

There will be more Guided By Voices in the future. Stay Tuned!

Raul Reaction said...

great!

don't take me serious, i don't know nothing about this kind of music. i began to listen this type of stuff recently. both bands sound a bit indie for me, so i see similarities. i'm a garage / punk rock guy