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Making Mirrors is Gotye's eclectic-but-polished exploration of modern pop possibilities. Among songwriter/bandleader Wally De Backer's fusions are the electro reggae of “State of the Art,” the Motown garage rock of “I Feel Better,” and hushed, waltzing trip-hop of “Smoke and Mirrors.” “Somebody That I Used To Know” has one of the most persuasive melodies of the last 20 years, but the entire album runs with seamless continuity, right to the final pensive notes of “Bronte.”

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Easily one of the greatest albums I've ever owned.

Aside from the obvious "Somebody That I Used to Know," this album is easily one of the most powerful, provocative albums I've ever bought. Every song has its own very distinct personality, story, emotion. I get chills, I relax, I feel soothed and stimulated at the same time... Gotye has really produced an incredible piece of work.


Gotye is great. He reminds me a little bit of Beck, if anyone listens to Beck. They both have a great similar but very different sound.

Richly developed and well-rounded...

This album tells so many different stories through so many different feels and vibes, and yet, they all cohere! I love this album from top to tail.


Born: May 21, 1980 in Bruges, Belgium

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Gotye (pronounced "go-ti-yay" or "Gauthier") is the alias of Australian electronic pop trickster Wally de Backer. Born in Belgium and raised in Melbourne, de Backer began making music in his bedroom as a teen, and for several years fronted the rock band Downstares. After the group dissolved, he gravitated toward cut-and-paste electronic music, and in 2003 issued the first Gotye album, Boardface. Like Drawing Blood followed two years later, notching the cult hit "Learnalilgivinanlovin" and earning...
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