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8 thoughts on “ Chocolate Boy - Guided By Voices - Live In Athens (File, Album)

  1. Dec 20,  · Chocolate Boy Lyrics: Chocolate boy / You fell into the summer / And neither neither none / Of all the good you've done / Could turn our happy .
  2. 40 Watt Club - Athens, GA 1. Blue Babbleships Bay 2. Laundry & Lasers 3. He Rises! Our Union Bellboy 4. The Unsinkable Fats Domino 5. Smothered In Hugs 6. The Head 7. Doughnut For A Snowman 8. No Transmission 9. Spiderfighter Chocolate Boy Echos Myron Hang Up And Try Again
  3. Recent Additions Click on view details. Note: this list currently includes only albums/gigs that have been recently added to the database. It does not include everything that has been recently updated.
  4. Dec 31,  · On Guided by Voices’ three albums, Pollard’s as weird and brilliant as ever, and Sprout has written some of the best songs of his career. (“Doughnut for a Snowman,” “Chocolate.
  5. Let's Go Eat the Factory, an Album by Guided by Voices. Released in January on Guided by Voices (catalog no. GBVi 16; Vinyl LP). Genres: Indie Rock.
  6. Let's Go Eat The Factory is an album by Guided By Voices. Track Listing "Laundry And Laser" () "The Head" () "Doughnut For A Snowman" () "Spiderfighter" () "Hang Mr. Kite" () "God Loves Us" () "The Unsinkable Fats Domino" () "Who Invented The Sun" () "The Big Hat And Toy Show" () "Imperial Racehorsing" () "How I Met My Mother" () "Waves" () "My.
  7. Suitcase: Failed Experiments and Trashed Aircraft is a four-CD box set released by Guided by Voices in Named for the reputed literal suitcase in which the bandleader Robert Pollard allegedly stored his hundreds of unreleased tapes, the set is a trawl through decades worth of material from throughout (and even predating) Guided by Voices.
  8. Introducing a startlingly straitlaced cover of the Guided By Voices song “Game of Pricks” in , elfin violin/electronics master Owen Pallett recalled how after a live encounter with the band’s rowdy following, he found himself suddenly less comfortable with calling himself a fan of Rob Pollard and his rotating cast of drunks. “They were amazing,” he clarified, “the best live.

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