Propeller is the fifth album by Dayton, Ohio indie rock group Guided by Voices. Conceived initially by Robert Pollard as a farewell album in the face of years of obscurity and mounting debt, the album ended up "propelling" the band to a higher-profile status and influence, affording the band a lasting position in the indie rock canon.
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Propeller Crunchy guitars. verses as hooky as choruses and rollicking rhythms that would frighten most metronomes. Mixed and served loud. Don't Ever Let This Let You Down, released 09 August 2017 1. Summer Arrives 2. Lose My Way 3. Don't Wake Me Now 4. Broken In So Many Places 5. Girl Gone 6. We're Better Than Nothing 7. Girl I Know 8. Days Collide 9. Little Unsteady 10. Something Blue Propeller is: Greg Randall and Will Anderson All songs written and performed by Propeller Special Guest - Geoffrey Mack John Rackerby - Design Mixed by Scott Llamas.
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On Propeller these period-rock influences are closer to the surface than on subsequent GbV albums. It's Pollard's first big rock statement, from the crowd chants that open side one to the anthemic guitar chords that end side two. As such, it's a little rough here and there, its slight imperfections alternately amplified and pardoned by its lo-fi sound, but ultimately it remains insistent and compelling. Bee Thousand is written about more often and exalted more devotedly (and rightly so), but Propeller proves just as essential to the Guided by Voices mythos. Propeller achieves what Pollard calls on "Weedking" a "violent pace. That song picks up where "Over the Neptune/Mesh Gear Fox" leaves off- in full rock anthem mode. It begins with the rallying cry, "Long live Rockathon", which is both a shout-out to the band's fledgling minilabel and a concise summation of a credo for long, beery live shows.
1992's Propeller was an album that Guided by Voices originally released themselves; it was eventually reissued on the Scat label one year later. All of the ingredients that make the group totally original are present - rough production, strong melodies courtesy of Robert Pollard, and an overall sound straight out of the British clubs back in the mid-'60s. The opening epic, "Over the Neptune/Mesh Gear Fox," is two different songs sewn together (similar to T. Rex's "Tenement Lady" off their classic Tanx album)
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