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by - written on 27/09/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Scott Walker is totally out on his own in the musical world, nobody compares to him and once you've listened to this record, you'll understand why. The journey to this record is a strange one as he began his popular musical career with the Walker Brothers, except none of them were called Walker and none of them were brothers, indeed Scott's actual name is Noel Scott Engel. Despite gaining a lot of popularity with the Walker Brothers, Scott threw it all away to pursue what he wanted to do and embarked on his solo career. After years of patchy work, some perfect albums, some dreadful ones too, a reunion with The Walker Brothers, Walker truly came into his own with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09, updated on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 11 readings)
Scott Walker is best known for his time as a 60s pop star as part of the Walker Brothers, famous for hits such as 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Any More'. Since then however he has become a recluse, appearing every few years to release increasingly weird solo albums before disappearing again. The Drift, released in 2006, is his latest album, and is a very strange release indeed. Its a strongly avant-garde listen, with percussive techniques employed including repeated punching of a cow carcass and banging concrete blocks on top of a huge hardboard box, the songs swinging from weird ambience and stark, eerie, semi-acoustic guitar chords to bombastic and unsettling ... Read the complete review
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