é assim, o bob não pára e isso.
mais três discos, mas o gajo da spinner explica melhor.
As they anxiously await Guided by Voices' New Year's Eve Bash at New York's Irving Plaza,Robert Pollard's disciples will be stoked to learn that the singer shows no sign of slowing down in 2011. According to Blurt, Pollard has three albums readied for release early next year, including a solo disc he's calling 'Space City Kicks,' plus recordings by Lifeguards, his project with ex-GBV guitarist Doug Gillard, and Mars Classroom, his collaboration with Big Dipper's Gary Waleik and Pell Mell's Robert Beeman.
'Space City Kicks,' which Pollard recorded with the help of longtime conspirator Todd Tobias, drops Jan. 18. According to a description from his label, Guided by Voices Inc., the album captures Pollard "at his loosest and most free, under which conditions he very often produces his finest work."
Meanwhile, Lifeguards' long-awaited follow-up to 2002's 'Mist King Urth' will have its official release on Feb. 15. Titled 'Waving at the Astronauts,' the disc will boast titles like 'Paradise Is Not So Bad' and 'Sexless Auto.' Six weeks later, Mars Classroom unveils 'The New Theory of Everything,' which finds the GBV mastermind in cahoots with Waleik, who fronted Boston's Big Dipper on '80s college-rock masterpieces like 'Craps.'