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Under the Bushes Under the Stars


Download links and information about Under the Bushes Under the Stars by Guided By Voices. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 55:46 minutes.

Artist: Guided By Voices
Release date: 1996
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 24
Duration: 55:46
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No. Title Length
1. Man Called Aerodynamics 2:01
2. Rhine Jive Click 1:34
3. Cut-Out Witch 3:05
4. Burning Flag Birthday Suit 2:22
5. The Official Ironmen Rally Song 2:48
6. To Remake the Young Flyer 1:43
7. No Sky 2:03
8. Bright Paper Werewolves 1:14
9. Lord of Overstock 2:34
10. Your Name Is Wild 2:01
11. Ghosts of a Different Dream 2:30
12. Acorns & Orioles 2:12
13. Look At Them 2:27
14. The Perfect Life 0:59
15. Underwater Explosions 2:02
16. Atom Eyes 1:42
17. Don’t Stop Now 2:39
18. Office of Hearts 2:06
19. Big Boring Wedding 3:43
20. It’s Like Soul Man 2:09
21. Drag Days 2:50
22. Sheetkickers 3:17
23. Redmen and Their Wives 3:55
24. Take to the Sky 1:50



It was only a matter of time before the guys in America's most beloved garage band would leave the lo-fi confines of the garage and find their way to a professional recording studio. With the Breeders' Kim Deal serving as a "producer," the band increased the fidelity ever so mildly, still resting on the comforts of densely packed distorted guitars and extra-helpings of echo-plexed vocals to heighten the Britpop vocal stylings of Ohio resident Robert Pollard. The band's fun-loving songwriting never abandons them and tracks such as "Rhine Jive Click," "The Official Ironmen Rally Song," and "Big Boring Wedding" mirror the band's serious facility with modern pop and their genuinely silly worldview, where another beer is the only answer that need apply. The songs are even occasionally epic, by Pollard standards, reaching the three-minute mark on multiple occasions ("Redmen and Their Wives" flirts just under four). The band was, unbelievably, growing up and maturing into a more serious unit, as their next batch of albums would reveal.