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Self-Inflicted Aural Nostalgia takes an in-depth look at the history of, and context behind, every Guided By Voices record, starting with their 1987 debut. Each episode talks about how every LP was made, the songs it contains, its sound and how it fits into the Guided By Voices universe. A new episode will be uploaded every two weeks until we get through them all.

Self-Inflicted Aural Nostalgia takes an in-depth look at the history of, and context behind, every Guided By Voices record, starting with their 1987 debut. Each episode talks about how every LP was made, the songs it contains, its sound and how it fits into the Guided By Voices universe. A new episode will be uploaded every two weeks until we get through them all.
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Self-Inflicted Aural Nostalgia takes an in-depth look at the history of, and context behind, every Guided By Voices record, starting with their 1987 debut. Each episode talks about how every LP was made, the songs it contains, its sound and how it fits into the Guided By Voices universe. A new episode will be uploaded every two weeks until we get through them all.

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English


Episodes

Episode 18 // The Bears for Lunch

9/9/2018
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What we talk about when we talk about prolific. It’s GBV's third LP of 2012.

Duration:00:32:28

Episode 17 // Class Clown Spots a UFO

8/26/2018
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You wanted a reunion, you got a reunion. It's the second GBV LP of 2012. (And there’s a third.)

Duration:00:39:54

Bonus Episode // Matthew Cutter

8/19/2018
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A discussion with the author of the Robert Pollard biography, Closer You Are.

Duration:00:39:04

Episode 16 // Let's Go Eat the Factory

8/12/2018
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You call that a break up? It’s the triumphant return of GBV’s classic lineup.

Duration:00:37:52

Episode 15 // Half-Smiles of the Decomposed

7/29/2018
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It’s the end of Guided By Voices. For a couple of years anyway.

Duration:00:47:36

Episode 14 // Earthquake Glue

7/15/2018
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My Son, My Secretary, My Country, My Look at GBV LP #14.

Duration:00:40:58

Episode 13 // Universal Truths and Cycles

7/1/2018
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GBV heads back to the lake for LP #13. And back to Matador Records.

Duration:00:41:05

Bonus Episode // Adam Shore

6/24/2018
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Adam Shore, the man who signed GBV to TVT, talks about working with the band, getting kicked out of the Pine Club, and why going to see the band play live is like going to church.

Duration:00:56:20

Episode 12 // Isolation Drills

6/17/2018
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Divorce, drinking and poetry written at ninety miles an hour.

Duration:00:42:32

Episode 11 // Do the Collapse

6/3/2018
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GBV’s most controversial record. I’ll be the someone who tells you why.

Duration:00:36:51

Episode 10 // Mag Earwhig!

5/20/2018
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Bob pairs up with Cleveland band Cobra Verde for a record that sounds like the Who, except on all those tracks where it doesn’t.

Duration:00:33:41

Episode 9 // Under the Bushes, Under the Stars

5/6/2018
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Kim Deal. Steve Albini. Robert Pollard. What could go wrong?

Duration:00:43:34

Episode 8 // Alien Lanes

4/22/2018
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Dud? Masterpiece? Bombastic? Steve Albini’s cat? It’s Alien Lanes.

Duration:00:40:04

Bonus Episode // Robert Griffin

4/15/2018
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Here’s my discussion with the man who first signed GBV, and who gave The Grand Hour, Vampire on Titus, and Bee Thousand to the world.

Duration:00:36:32

Episode 7 // Bee Thousand

4/8/2018
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Take an audio tour of an indie rock masterpiece, GBV’s 1994 record, Bee Thousand.

Duration:00:37:06

Episode 6 // Vampire on Titus

3/25/2018
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Shocker in Dayton: GBV gets signed, plays shows, and releases a lo-fi classic.

Duration:00:33:16

Episode 5 // Propeller

3/11/2018
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The indie rock classic that almost never got heard.

Duration:00:32:55

Episode 4 // Same Place the Fly Got Smashed

2/25/2018
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Drinking, destruction, murder, and madness. It’s GBV’s fourth record, and their first classic.

Duration:00:36:54

Episode 3 // Self-Inflicted Aerial Nostalgia

2/11/2018
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1989. The birth of lo-fi. Let's navigate some flood regions.

Duration:00:32:10

Episode 2 // Sandbox

1/28/2018
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Let's talk about GBV's second record of 1987, Sandbox. Bob calls it "overproduced." I call it not as bad as you remember it.

Duration:00:27:17