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Do the Collapse is the 11th album by Dayton, Ohio indie rock group Guided by Voices. In contrast with their lo-fi reputation, the album features glossy production work from Ric Ocasek, and found a mixed reception from critics and fans. Ocasek also demanded that the band not drink whilst recording, making this the only completely sober Guided By Voices recording.

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  • Avatar for Ryantalope
    My cover of Hold on Hope
  • Avatar for Dmorpheus_
    things i will keep.....surgical good
  • Avatar for Dani_Gabarrot
    great album, but gvb is a great band on its own and this sounds like r.e.m
  • Avatar for MCIS
    not a big fan of this album as a whole but it's not because it's too slick or anything (love other big studio gbv albums). it got some really great songs sure (teenage fbi, hold on hope, zoo pie) but a chunk of the album seems forced to me when it comes to hooks and sounds. also feels more sterile and less passionate than other gbv albums.
  • Avatar for peter21
    this is where the band lost me.
  • Avatar for fkesserieusman
    that ocasek guy must be such a wanker
  • Avatar for Gowienczyk
    Great Band, Great Songs, Great Record. /discussion
  • Avatar for herr_stepanoff
    nice songs, terrible sound
  • Avatar for wangmaster69
    why does everyone hate this album? sure, its no alien lanes, but honestly, its just excellent.
  • Avatar for TrustTheWizard
    My favourite post-mag earwhig gbv album

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