The kids have been asking for it, and who wants to deny the kids? The second installment of Guided By Voices Suitcase contains another hundred unreleased gems from the mind of Robert Pollard. Despite the fragmented nature of the recordings and the way they’re assembled, Pollard carves out a solid, cohesive, and intriguing set that showcases all eras of this famed band. Like the previous Suitcase, each song is credited to a different band, depending on the players involved. The recordings date all the way back to the late ‘70s and are as current as Spring 2005. Demos, full band, live in the studio, discarded finished tracks, sketches of ideas - they’re all here. Looking for the germ of the idea behind “Teenage FBI?” How about the original “I Am Decided,” a song that Ms. Kim Deal borrowed for the The Amps record? Here and here. Ben Zing, Modular Dance Units and The Fake Organisms make appearances as well.Included alongside these four discs of magic is a substantial 36-page book focusing on the imaginary bands. See for the very first time the lost Bug Eyed Mums album cover for Invisible Train To Earth or the discarded artwork for Acid Ranch’s Supersonic Love Funky Love Gun. Ever wondered what The One Too Many looked like? Or Mutts UK? Get ready.