Liz + the Baguettes | Everything I Think I Know Is Wrong

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Everything I Think I Know Is Wrong

by Liz + the Baguettes

The first outing from the wry, brainy post-punk/alt-country quartet, remastered and expanded.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Everything I Think I Know Is Wrong
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2. Like
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3. Get Out
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4. Coward's Blues
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5. Manhattan Up
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6. Hookup Song
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7. [Less Than] 3
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8. O Chem
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9. Whiskeyboots
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10. Cryptomnesia
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11. Whatever, I Know
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12. Sleepwalker
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13. Midway
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14. Candy
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15. Grace
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16. Half
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I see your eyes wander to the door
So what keeps making you ignore
The little voice that whispers "Get out, get out, there's nothing for you here"?

The original twelve songs of Everything I Think I Know Is Wrong loosely described the arc of a failing relationship: fights (the title track), side flirtations and bad ideas ("Manhattan Up"), bids for self-improvement ("O Chem"), and the eventual—solitary—epiphany of departure ("Sleepwalker").

Get out of here, get over here, get over her (another her)
An overture, an impetus, it's over here, just look at us

Remastered and expanded, with four additional tracks, the 2019 version has a bit more hope—although it still ends on a solitary note, with late-night driver of "Half."

It's strange, but sweet
To know one day our lips are gonna meet
But I don't know when

Above all, these songs are a testament to the druglike power of flirtation: the eternal possibility that someone new might change you into something better—and the extreme likelihood that you're still going to have to solve your own damn problems.

What will you do with your apostate soul
When three a.m. opens and swallows you whole?
You gotta find someone to believe in
You gotta find someone to believe in

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