Paste is featuring a roundup of great albums recorded “at home.” This ranges from the DIY closet folk of Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska to the Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main St. which was recorded at home—in Keith Richards’ rented house in the south of France. Here’s how they describe another favorite lo-fi classic, Guided by Voices’ Bee Thousand:

From guitars cutting in and out of the mix on “Hardcore UFO’s” to the jangly, out-of-tune guitar on “Queen of Cans & Jars,” Bee Thousand takes trashy, cheap recording and embraces it like a sixth member.

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