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1999 Paradise in Distress. Their last television appearance was on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on December 2, 2004. 1997 Naked II (unplugged). According to Pollard:. 1995 Love Sweat (covers). In 2004, Pollard announced he was discontinuing Guided By Voices  (http://gbv.com/2004gbvannouncement.htm) following the release of the Half-Smiles of the Decomposed LP. 1994 Face It (partially unplugged). 2003 saw the release of Earthquake Glue, followed by the box set Hardcore UFOs and the greatest hits compilation Human Amusements at Hourly Rates.
1992 The Naked Truth (unplugged). In 2002 Guided by Voices returned to Matador and released Universal Truths and Cycles, something of a return to their lo-fi roots. 1991 Bloody Buccaneers. Critics were kinder to 2001's Isolation Drills, due in part to producer Rob Schnapf, who was able to help the band capture their live intensity. 1989 Keeper of the Flame. The following album, 1997's Mag Earwhig, continued with the band's trademark sound, but in 1999 Pollard left Matador Records, joined TVT Records, and released Do the Collapse, a Ric Ocasek-produced album that attempted a more radio-friendly sound for Guided by Voices, yet one which did not garner significant radio airplay. 1986 The Hole. Shortly after the '96 release of UTBUTS, Pollard and Sprout had a falling out that resulted in Pollard firing most of the band and starting to work with Cleveland glam rockers Cobra Verde as the new Guided by Voices backing band.
1984 Something Heavy Going Down (live). Tobin Sprout was a major contributor during this period, penning a handful of songs on all the albums through 1996. 1984 N.E.W.S.. The next few years saw the release of Alien Lanes and Under the Bushes, Under the Stars, which, while still maintaining the lo-fi aesthetic (Alien Lanes was mostly recorded on a 4-track), saw their songwriting and performing gradually become more accessible. 1982 Cut. The band soon signed with Matador. 1981 2nd Live. Formed in Dayton, Ohio in the early 1980s, GbV released several albums on several independent record labels, and in 1994 they had a major release of Bee Thousand with Scat Records; distributed by Matador Records.
1980 Prisoner of the Night. Many songs are 30 seconds long; often they end abruptly or are intertwined with odd and homemade sound effects. 1979 No Promises...No Debts. GbV has garnered much attention for its prolificacy, with a seemingly endless stream of releases. 1978 Grab It for a Second. Over the years the band has seen many personnel changes, but always maintained the presence of principal singer/songwriter Robert Pollard, a former school teacher. 1977 Live. Drawing from pop, prog rock, punk and British Invasion music, and with lyrics tackling such issues as alien abductions, cinnamon-flavored skulls, latter day saints and twilight camp fighters, Guided by Voices is a part of the American alternative rock scene.
1976 Contraband. Guided by Voices (or GbV) is a lo-fi/indie-rock band. 1976 To the Hilt. Isolation Drills. 1975 Switch. Under the Bushes Under the Stars. 1973 Moontan. Alien Lanes.
1972 Together. Bee Thousand. 1971 Seven Tears. Chicago, Illinois - December 30. 1970 Golden Earring. New York, New York - December 5. 1969 Eight Miles High. Los Angeles, California - November 12.
1969 On the Double. San Diego, California - November 11. 1968 Miracle Mirror. Dallas, Texas - November 6. 1967 Winter-Harvest. Austin, Texas - November 5. 1965 Just Earrings. Bloomington, Indiana - October 25.
Newport, Kentucky - October 22. Houston, Texas - October 1.