Discography: Scott Walker: Scott
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Discography: Scott Walker: Scott

Scott Walker’s solo debut is both the logical extension of his work with the Walker Brothers and a clear statement of intent for the artistic vision that too…

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Discography: Scott Walker: Images
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Discography: Scott Walker: Images

Discography: Scott Walker: Portrait
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Discography: Scott Walker: Portrait

The Walker Brothers LPs hark back to the early days of albums as delivery vehicles for singles padded out with copious filler intended to bilk the public into…

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Discography: Scott Walker: Take it Easy with the Walker Brothers
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Discography: Scott Walker: Take it Easy with the Walker Brothers

The long look back at Scott Walker’s discography is more akin to searching through the troubled childhood that formed a serial killer.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Medicaid Fraud Dogg
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Medicaid Fraud Dogg

Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: First Ya Gotta Shake the Gate

Shake the Gate’s stylistic experiments are most successful when Clinton finds a way to make the borrowed sounds his own.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Toys
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Toys

Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: By Way of the Drum
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: By Way of the Drum

After its cancellation in 1989, By Way of the Drum’s cult reputation grew in proportion to its inaccessibility.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: The Electric Spanking of War Babies
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: The Electric Spanking of War Babies

Funkadelic is dead, long live Funkadelic. And still there’s no decent dick in Detroit.

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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Trombipulation
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Discography: Parliament-Funkadelic: Trombipulation

Trombipulation is a well-played and frequently interesting funk record that might be a rare-groove classic if it were made by any other band.

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