- Artist(s): Robert Pollard, Doug Gillard, Bobby Bare, Jr., Mark Shue
- Summary: The latest full-length release for the prolific indie rock band led by Robert Pollard features some tracks created from rejected songs.
- Record Label: Guided by Voices, Inc.
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Indie Rock, Lo-Fi
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May 4, 2021Earth Man Blues stands out slightly from the several records that came before it, for both its abundance of hooks and its tendency to take the songs even further off the deep end. As with most GbV albums, it's a wonderfully bizarre and occasionally disarming ride through warped thoughts and cracked beauty.
May 4, 2021Hardcore fans will likely find things to be affectionate about here, with Pollards knack for sweet melodies with a rough edge still just about shining through, but the safe production and tired performance means Earth Man Blues is ignorable for those outside of the '90s indie sphere.
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