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Dejected by his failed stabs at acceptance from NYC bohos, Gary Wilson retreated to his parents' basement in the late '70's to create on his lone. He cranked out the 1977 vanity album You Think You Really Know Me, which would have disappeared (as Wilson himself did for a spell) without continuous college radio exposure over the last two-and-a-half decades. That would have withheld one of the most thrillingly neurotic white-soul-bro workouts to ever come down the pike. Wilson's admitted acolyte Beck Hanson probably never would have heard it. Without college radio, Midnite Vultures (essentially a cagey, high-tech YTYRKM knockoff) never would have happened, to say nothing of Mary Had Brown Hair.

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1) A Very Small Town
2) Linda Wants to Be Alone
3) Shauna Made Me Cry
4) Debbie Debbie
5) Mary Had Brown Hair
6) Gary's in the Park
7) Newark Valley
8) Sodus Point
9) Gary Saw Linda Last Night
10) She Makes Me Think of Endicott
11) Electric Depression
12) Our Last Date
13) Hold Back the Daylight
14) Mary Make Me a Wish
15) 6.4 - Makeout (Original Version 1976) (Bonus Track)
16) Chromium Bitch (Original Version 1976) (Bonus Track)

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