Scott Walker is one of the most mythologized, mysterious figures in modern music. After finding fame as a mid-'60s pop pin-up in the Walker Brothers, Walker recorded four astonishing solo albums in the space of three years (including the classic Scott 3 and Scott 4 in 1969). After a depressing descent into sell-out mediocrity in the '70s, Walker disappears into oblivion. Surfacing roughly once a decade thereafter, he delivers musical explorations of his "nightmarish imagination," each more terrifying and experimental than the last. With these, his legend only grows.