Guided by Voices were a band from Dayton, Ohio led by Robert Pollard, a junior high school teacher who wrote and recorded hard-rocking pop songs with his buddies in his spare time. When their self-released album Propeller -- recorded in Pollard's basement on a four-track cassette machine -- caught the attention of a handful of rock critics in 1992, Guided by Voices suddenly went from being a hobby to one of the most acclaimed bands in indie rock. But in 2004, after nearly twenty years and sixteen albums, Pollard decided to retire Guided by Voices and the band embarked on the "Electrifying Conclusion" farewell tour. Only a few weeks before their final concert, Guided by Voices taped an appearance on the long-running PBS music series Austin City Limits, and Guided by Voices: Live From Austin, TX preserves the full, uncensored performance GbV delivered at the KLRU-TV studios on November 4, 2004. Songs include "Teenage FBI," "Watch Me Jumpstart," "Gold Star For Robot Boy," "Glad Girls," "Window Of My World," "Exit Flagger," "Navigating Flood Regions" and many more.