The Drift still stands as one of the bleakest and most despairing releases of the Bush era.
Tilt delves directly into the interests and anxieties of the man himself, and may actually be, despite former album titles, the first time we truly see Scott.
Nite Flights both predicted post-punk and sounded older and scarier than nearly anything else that could be called rock.
No Regrets is the first of a string of Walker Brothers albums that would importantly loosen Scott’s creative reigns.
Stretch is a curio, a collection of once-meaningful songs that haven’t survived and which, largely, will vanish into the back catalogs of history.