Discography: Scott Walker: The Drift
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Discography: Scott Walker: The Drift

The Drift still stands as one of the bleakest and most despairing releases of the Bush era.

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Discography: Scott Walker: Pola X
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Discography: Scott Walker: Pola X

Pola X is a stirring entry in Walker's discography – a rare display of instrumental compositions that stand on their own, despite the impetus for the work.

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

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.

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Discography: Scott Walker: Climate of Hunter
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Discography: Scott Walker: Climate of Hunter

Walker’s sole album of the ‘80s is like a crystal, cut and polished into the purest jewel.

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Discography: Scott Walker: Nite Flights
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Discography: Scott Walker: Nite Flights

Nite Flights both predicted post-punk and sounded older and scarier than nearly anything else that could be called rock.

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

Listeners ought to be grateful that we have records like this to exhibit Walker’s wide-ranging talents.

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Discography: Scott Walker: No Regrets
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Discography: Scott Walker: No Regrets

No Regrets is the first of a string of Walker Brothers albums that would importantly loosen Scott’s creative reigns.

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Discography: Scott Walker: We Had It All
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Discography: Scott Walker: We Had It All

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

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.

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Discography: Scott Walker: Any Day Now
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Discography: Scott Walker: Any Day Now

Scott Walker’s voice sounds incredible over sighing strings and it’s the one thing that makes Any Day Now halfway redeemable.

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