The Goon Sax :: We’re Not Talking

One-third of the Goon Sax is descended from Australian rock royalty: Louis Forster's dad is Go-Betweens' co-founder Robert Forster. And make no mistake, Go-Betweens fans will find plenty to like on We're Not Talking, the band's stellar second LP — it's packed with cleverly eccentric pop that's spiked with melancholy-but-always-witty lyrics. The Goon Sax's uniformly strong songwriting manages to transcend any familial connections, however, whether on the surprisingly lush opener "Make Time 4 Love," the devilishly catchy "Losing Myself" or the sad drift . . .

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