Seven inch vinyl pressing. The song "Class Clown Spots A UFO" is unusual for two reasons: 1) the title is not referenced in the lyrics. Most Robert Pollard songs contain the title within the lyrics, often within the first line. 2) It's a re-working of an old (mid-80s) song that first appeared in (lovely, slow, sad) acoustic form under the title "Crocker's Favorite Song," on the King Shit and the Golden Boys LP from Box, and later on the "Director's Cut" of Bee Thousand, and still later, a more fleshed-out version appeared on Suitcase 3. Although, come to think of it, the process of reworking older songs is not actually so unusual for Guided By Voices.
Class Clown Spots a Ufo
Message From the Moon
Worm W/ 7 Broken Hearts (Home-Fi)
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