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On the title track Gotye whisper-sings into a lo-fi filter over spacy drones, sounding a lot like Spiritualized’s Jason Pierce. The following “Easy Way Out” makes good use of '60s-style fuzz guitar, tambourine, and bombastic drum parts before his falsettos in the chorus recall a young Beck Hansen. “Smoke and Mirrors” contrasts orchestral accouterments with a big, boomy tribal rhythm.

Customer Reviews

love it

great song just not catchy

finally some music that isnt crap

great album. go buy it now. thats all thats needed to say :D

reminds me of Manu Chao

the instruments and the music remind me of him, not the lyrics, and obviously they have different voices but i could't help thinking of Manu Chao the minute i heard this sing

Biography

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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