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  • jeez, the dissonance sends my mind in all new different places... such a challenging record. It won't intrigue everyone hence the moaning about "eugh too indulgent", but they're predictable wafflery. :)
  • I was planning on checking this one out for a while now, but all the arguments surrounding it discouraged me a little bit. Now, I'm happy I did anyway.
  • great album where your're designing!
  • his attention to emotional detail, and his ability to capture the intangible. Clearly David explores the audio landscape like a painter approaches a canvas.
  • very strong and touching. real art, masterpiece such a gems justify existance of experimental pop music from the standpoint of history
  • Easily the best Sylvian album. His depression about his divorce is brutally, yet poignantly, exhibited.
  • The free-improv guitar tracks don't exactly do it for me, and kind-of ruins the feel of the rest of the album. Still, it's a great album nonetheless.
  • On my first few listens, I used to thought that "well, sure this sounds quite interesting; but I dunno if I'll ever return to it... Last track was very nice though." Fast forward a few months later (being actually forgot anything about it), I decided to listen to this again and all of a sudden it became one of the most rotated album on my list. From out of the blue, what was sounded far too cerebral and austere to my liking, now sounds very natural, and vital. I guess sometimes you don't have to force yourself to 'difficult' albums.
  • Whats the point of this shout below mine?
  • Slinky Vagabond features Glen Matlock of the Sex Pistols, Clem Burke of Blondie, and Earl Slick (David Bowie's guitarist) and singer Keanan Duffty. Slinky Vagabond made their debut in May 2007 at Irving Plaza as part of Joey Ramone's annual birthday bash. Slinky Vagabond also performed for Gen Art during New York fashion week and at the Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp

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