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You Think You Really Know Me

Gary Wilson

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Album

You Think You Really Know Me

Gary Wilson

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Gary Wilson is a strange one, but like everyone he's just searching for love. He's fond of the word "groovy" and, apparently, making out ("your love goes on like a make-out party"); his guitar riffs trade off between crunchy psychedelia and smooth lite-rock; he sometimes inflects with Lou Reed flippancy, but at other times sounds like he's being swallowed by Satan ("Loneliness") or at least strapped in a straitjacket ("6.4 = Make Out"). Most of the grooves are lit in lava-lamp luridness, thanks mostly to the synthesizers. Perfect for Love Boat lounging, or maybe a '70s soft-core flick.

About This Album

Gary Wilson is a strange one, but like everyone he's just searching for love. He's fond of the word "groovy" and, apparently, making out ("your love goes on like a make-out party"); his guitar riffs trade off between crunchy psychedelia and smooth lite-rock; he sometimes inflects with Lou Reed flippancy, but at other times sounds like he's being swallowed by Satan ("Loneliness") or at least strapped in a straitjacket ("6.4 = Make Out"). Most of the grooves are lit in lava-lamp luridness, thanks mostly to the synthesizers. Perfect for Love Boat lounging, or maybe a '70s soft-core flick.

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About This Album

Gary Wilson is a strange one, but like everyone he's just searching for love. He's fond of the word "groovy" and, apparently, making out ("your love goes on like a make-out party"); his guitar riffs trade off between crunchy psychedelia and smooth lite-rock; he sometimes inflects with Lou Reed flippancy, but at other times sounds like he's being swallowed by Satan ("Loneliness") or at least strapped in a straitjacket ("6.4 = Make Out"). Most of the grooves are lit in lava-lamp luridness, thanks mostly to the synthesizers. Perfect for Love Boat lounging, or maybe a '70s soft-core flick.