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Boomkat Product Review:
The notorious Gary Wilson returns with another album of sickly lounge music. In case you missed out on his Stones Throw album and all the hype surrounding him at the other end of this decade - Gary was the quintessential outsider pop genius, creating a string of singles and an album in the late '70s which would be cited by the likes of Sub Pop records and Beck as a huge influence on their work. His strange confection of lounge music with experimental tendencies, even stranger voyeuristic lyrics and unique arrangements is still as oddball as ever on 'Electric Endicott', "equal parts Prince and Pee Wee Herman", except perhaps more Pee Wee Herman nowadays. Karen, Sandy, Kathy and Linda are still the object of his romantic creepiness and the music itself is still like the soundtrack to a fantasy hotel bar somewhere in the USA, balding businessmen propping up the bar and ten dollar tricks prowling for a John. Somebody needs to get this guy, Ariel Pink and Cosmic Dennis Greenridge on an album together.