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In the late '80s and early '90s, David Wilcox rose quickly through the burgeoning ranks of singer-songwriters on the strength of his emotionally observant writing, butterscotch voice, and elegant, sophisticated guitar work. This compilation draws from the three albums he made for Aamp;M--from the sparsely produced How Did You Find Me Here (1989) through the increasingly band-oriented Home Again (1991) and Big Horizon (1994)--and does, in fact, include some of his best work, from the vivid biker's tale "Eye of the Hurricane" to the bitingly funny "Advertising Man" to the chilling drugs/sex analogy of "Strong Chemistry." A couple of live tracks culled from promo EPs ("Daddy's Money" and "Johnny's Camaro") plus one unreleased studio variation ("That's What the Lonely Is For") are nice but minor enticements for those who already own the original albums. For the uninitiated, this is a decent single-disc introduction, but the still fresh-sounding How Did You Find Me Here would serve at least as well. --Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers

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