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Live, Chicago Metro 12-10-99
- Sixteen photos by Matt Waters of the band in concert.
Lycos Music: Biography
- A short bio of the band with links to homepages for several side projects as well audio and video Internet downloads of live performances.
- The Matador records website for Guided by Voices, the label releasing all material up to 1997 for the band.
Metacritic: Isolation Drills
- Multiple critic and user reviews for Isolation Drills by Guided By Voices.
Pitchfork: Isolation Drills
- In an extensive review, Matt LeMay rates the latest album a 7.3, praising the return of the sound GbV fans' wait for, but pointing out the lo-fi, four-track days are over.
PopMatters: Isolation Drills
- Review by Wilson Neate declaring the album to be "as diverse as it is consistently compelling."
Robert Pollard and His Soft Rock Renegades: Choreographed Man of War: Pitchfork Review
- Pitchfork review of the latest Rockathon/Recordhead release by Robert Pollard, featuring the former GbV mainstays Greg Demos and Jim Macpherson. Review by Matt LeMay
RockNet's Roch on Music
- Roch Parisien gives "Under the Bushes, Under the Stars" four stars (on a scale from 1-5).
RollingStone: GBV Cancel Tour
- Band scrap dates after drummer's breaks hand.
Salon: Sharps and Flats
- A review of the Matador release "Mag Earwig" by Mark Athitakis. Includes an .aiff version of "Bulldog Skin".
Spin: Guided By Voices Tour Opener
- Dan O'Conor sets up GbV's 2001 tour for Spin Magazine.
Splendid E-zine: Isolation Drills
- A review by Jason Jackowiak who says, "Isolation Drills rocks harder than anything else in GBV's seemingly endless canon."
- Page for the band's current label, featuring the 2001 release "Isolation Drills". A scrapbook, tour dates, band news and message board are included.
The Onion AV Club: Guided By Voices
- Interview with hard-drinking, outspoken singer Robert Pollard on his band's many lineups, Tobin Sprout, and Cobra Verde.
The Voices, The Voices: Robert Pollard continues to evolve
- John Sewell analyzes the band's position prior to their March 1, 2001 appearance at Moose's Music Hall in Knoxville, TN.
The War Against Silence #13
- TWAS, a weekly music review website, looks at 15 albums, from "Sandbox" to "Alien Lanes".
Their voices have changed
- The Washington Post's David Segal reviews GbV's 2001 release "Isolation Drills".
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