Originally released in 1993, Get Out Of My Stations boasts the same classic Guided by Voices lineup as Propeller - Robert and Jim Pollard, Tobin Sprout, Mitch Mitchell, Dan Toohey and Kevin Fennel (and let's not forget that it was lovingly fucked with by Mike Rep on the production side of things). Outside of the Siltbreeze seven-inch collection (Tard & Further'd), none of the original seven tracks have turned up on any GBV, Pollard, or Sprout project since this seven-inch was released 10 years ago. Too frequently overlooked - due to the unavailability of this record for many years - is how great these tracks are, even compared to the spate of seven-inch EPs that turned up in the wake of Propeller hysteria. Not one throwaway track exists upon it. This is blood, sweat and beers, otherwise known as blue ribbon GBV. (How and why this record originally came to be should tell you all you need to know: the recordings were traded to Siltbreeze for a pair of vintage Walt "Clyde" Frazier Pumas - 1973, size 11, green suede, never worn - and a bottle of Silly Goose authentic German apple schnapps. Those were the days!)Get Out Of My Stations, in all its lo-fi glory, now on compact disc for the first time, contains four extra live tracks from the same era. The recordings are sharp, captured as they came down - hot, spontaneous and presented to you honestly, without the assistance of studio gimmicks. Don't be afraid to crack open a beer and enjoy the show.