Scott's return (solo, anyway...Nite Flights was a Walker Brothers release.) I once read a review somewhere that this was "post Roxy Music," meaning that it could be seen as a darker, more abstract "Avalon." This seems fair...
Certainly not for everyone...there's precious little one would call pop, and while not as severely disjointed as "Tilt," there's still quite a bit of introspective (and downright inaccessable) stuff going on here.
Also, I had a REALLY bad time hunting this down...Lasse Yngvesson had the astonishing good grace to send me a copy (along with a tape of "Nite Flights" and a Walker Brothers comp...thanks a million, Lasse! I owe you one...)
Back Home Scott 1 Scott 2 Scott 3 Scott 4 Til The Band Comes In I Threw It All... Climate Of... Tilt
The Godlike Genius... It's Raining Today
(WB) Introducing... (WB) The Sun... (WB) No Regrets (WB) Nite Flights (?) I Only Came...