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Dean Wareham's solo single , "Anesthesia" (later reprised on the debut Luna LP, Lunapark) sounds only marginally different from his previous records fronting Galaxie 500 — an airy, psychedelia-tinged pop song complete with a superbly lyrical guitar solo; it wouldn't sound at all out of place on This Is Our Music, although the self-conscious lyrics ("You know I try to please ya/You're under anesthesia") anticipate the increasingly goofy wordplay Wareham more fully explored with Luna. The flipside "I Don't Care" is a different story altogether — a collaboration with the Clean's Hamish Kilgour — the song's ringing guitars and propulsive drums evoke the heyday of New Zealand's legendary Flying Nun label to vivid effect.

Biography

Born: 01 August 1963 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer/guitarist Dean Wareham is more influential than he is usually given credit for. Often sounding like a depressed slacker, Wareham has inspired a number of indie rockers to express their sadness with a wistful tenor. Wareham was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on August 1, 1963. In 1977, Wareham and his parents relocated to New York City. Wareham then moved to Boston to attend college. After spending a year in Germany, Wareham returned to Boston in 1987 and formed Galaxie 500 with his high-school...
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