2010 debut solo album from this acclaimed singer/songwriter and former member of Youth Of Today, Gorilla Biscuits, Rival Schools and Quicksand. Drawing influence from many classic British artists such as Elvis Costello and Syd Barrett, the record embraces Walter's politically and socially charged past, with stripped down covers of Agnostic Front's 'Society Suckers' and CIV's 'Don't Gotta Prove It' (a song Walter wrote himself in '95), and seamlessly blends them in with newer tracks on topics ranging from matters of the heart in 'She Is To Me' to the life of celebrity in 'Ballad Of Lil' Kim'. A wonderful, eclectic record showing the continuing growth of one of our generations most influential underground songwriters. 10 tracks.
An Open Letter To The Scene Import
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Vinyl, November 8, 2011
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1. Arthur Lee's Lullaby,
2. She Is To Me,
3. Society Sucker,
4. Save The Saveables,
6. Don't Gotta Prove It,
7. Wild Pandas,
9. Ballad Of Lil' Kim,
10. Open Letter To The Scene.
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