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Motivational Jumpsuit

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Download links and information about Motivational Jumpsuit by Guided By Voices. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 37:28 minutes.

Artist: Guided By Voices
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 37:28
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Littlest League Possible 1:18
2. Until Next Time 1:28
3. Writer's Bloc (Psycho All the Time) 2:43
4. Child Activist 1:21
5. Planet Score 1:41
6. Jupiter Spin 2:23
7. Save the Company 2:21
8. Go Without Packing 1:14
9. Record Level Love 1:16
10. I Am Columbus 2:54
11. Difficult Outburst and Breakthrough 1:42
12. Calling Up Washington 1:12
13. Zero Elasticity 2:06
14. Bird With No Name 1:23
15. Shine (Tomahawk Breath) 3:03
16. Vote For Me Dummy 2:21
17. Some Things Are Big (And Some Things Are Small) 2:08
18. Bulletin Borders 1:23
19. Evangeline Dandelion 1:16
20. Alex and the Omegas 2:15

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In terms of Guided by Voices albums, of which there are more than many, 2014’s Motivational Jumpsuit is a notable one. It's filled with songs that appear to have made the cut as opposed to just having been written during the time since the last one. Both Robert Pollard and Tobin Sprout are writing at the top of their capabilities here, and while “Save the Company” starts with a lo-fi crusty guitar, the supplementary guitars come forward with a meaty bassline to solidify the attack. Sprout’s “Jupiter Spin” captures the beauty of low-key psychedelia. Pollard’s “Littlest League Possible” announces itself with a brash insistence. “Go Without Packing” speaks to the Syd Barrett end of Pollard’s late-'60s troubadour phase. Since the band’s “reunion” in 2010, they’ve been trying to better their ‘90s selves—and the ghost of Bee Thousand, their “breakthrough” record of sorts, has been the measuring stick. Anyone who spends enough time with “Record Level Love,” “I Am Columbus," and “Calling Up Washington” will surely have another key reference album in the band’s overwhelming catalog.