It’s been 15 years since the ”classic” GBV lineup stopped putting out the tuneful, delightfully shambolic albums that became their signature. Now reunited and intent on rebottling that boozy magic, the boys have dusted off their four-tracks and revisited their basements. Like previous efforts, Let’s Go Eat the Factory seats shining riffsters alongside hypnotically inscrutable interludes, though much of it sounds more belabored and less beer-soaked than those of yore. B+
Let's Go Eat the FactoryIt's been 15 years since the ''classic'' GBV lineup stopped putting out the tuneful, delightfully shambolic albums that became their signature. Now...Let's Go Eat the FactoryIndie RockIt's been 15 years since the ''classic'' GBV lineup stopped putting out the tuneful, delightfully shambolic albums that became their signature. Now...2012-01-18
REUNITED 'VOICES' The indie rock band reunites after 15 years to produce shining tunes(Cory Schwartz/Getty Images)
Genre: Indie Rock; Music Label: Guided by Voices Inc.
Posted January 18 2012 — 12:00 AM EST
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