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It's been nine years since Walker's last album. "An increasingly revered figure, Scott Walker is a singular craftsman, one of rock's few individuals to demonstrate a willingness to both embrace elements of the unfashionable and ignore prevailing trends, yet also display an acute awareness of contemporary sound" - Pitchfork.
|1. Cossacks Are|
|4. Jolson and Jones|
|6. Hand Me Ups|
|9. The Escape|
|10. A Lover Loves|
Scott Walker at his best. Brilliant album, Dark + Creepy = goose bumpsPublished 7 months ago by DSO
Settle in and relax. It's going to be a soft, dark journey. Brilliant. One of my favorites. Reaches further into the places where Tilt couldn't quite touch.Published 18 months ago by Arise Therefore
moments of singular beauty with a few sections of songs i sometimes skip through..
this album is full of truly unique music. Read more
The Drift is my first exposure to the great mind of Scott Walker, and after only two listens, it has become my favorite album that I've heard over the past few years, and my... Read morePublished on November 25, 2012 by William
Now, I've read many of the reviews here and I must say some of them are the best I've ever read. So, I can't add much except to say that when I first introduced this CD to my... Read morePublished on September 8, 2012 by Sebastian Gerber
I only bought this because the snobs at "Pitchfork" raved about it. with rapidly diminishing airwaves, (college bandwidth is shrinking due to greed & standardization) I ventured... Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by bonebomb
Scott Walker has had a very strange career arc, from teen idol to sixties pop balladeer to elegiac crooner to cover artist to now experimental composer. Read morePublished on March 8, 2011 by Chet Fakir
Scott Walker, pop's most enigmatic genius, puts out only one record every decade or so.... But each one is of the highest quality - a distinguishable vision that makes sense only... Read morePublished on January 8, 2010 by Internal Abbatoir
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|Death Metal band to be influenced by "The Drift" ???||
Steven Wilson's solo album "Insurgentes" is totally Drift-influenced! In case you don't know, he's the leader of Porcupine Tree and I believe he produced Opeth's last album.
Mar 20, 2011 by Glyn Styler | See all 2 posts