You Think You Really Know Me

Perhaps best known as the man who "rocks the most," according to Beck in the single "Where It's At," the eccentric and enigmatic Gary Wilson—author of curious song titles like "6.4=Make Out" an

Perhaps best known as the man who "rocks the most," according to Beck in the single "Where It's At," the eccentric and enigmatic Gary Wilson—author of curious song titles like "6.4=Make Out" and "Groovy Girls Make Love at the Beach"—has long been a cult favorite among fans of avant rock. However, Wilson's lone album, the 1977 proto new wave classic, You Think You Really Know Me, has been unavailable to the public-at-large for the bulk of its existence because of limited pressings of the vanity project (which was self-produced and recorded in the basement of Wilson's parents' home). Now, though, it resurfaces for the masses to enjoy and appreciate. Remastered, with extensive liner notes and photos, You Think You Really Know Me showcases a wonderfully bizarre collection of stripped-down experimental synth-pop soul and off-center romantic angst that has been overlooked for far too long. For info, contact 888-755-6347.—BG