Eat a lot(if your bodyfat gets out of control, do sprints 2 times a week to start)
Compound lifts, that doesn't mean curls.
It means, pullups, barbell bent over rows (not cable rows), free weight presses (military, bench and incline), squats, deadlifts.
That is not a lot of stuff. But if you don't want to be skinny, you have to do ALL of these. Yes all. Some of the above can be very dangerous if not performed correctly. Be a man, and ask an experienced lifter to show you how to do bent over rows, squats and deadlifts properly.
Everyone here is pulling for you. But you can't pussy foot around the gym. You have to do hardcore lifts properly and progressively (add weight accordingly).
1. Eat a lot
2. Do compound lifts
3. Seek assistance on the proper technique for some of the compound lifts
Once you have been doing these lifts for a few months then you can slowly add and experiment with a few other lifts.
It is wise to always strengthen your abs and lower back constantly, this can help prevent injuries that can occur down the LONG road to getting huge. You don't want setbacks and you sure as hell don't want weak links. Last thing...Strive to have strong hamstrings. I could go on and on and on...
Good luck, and do your research