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    Rustin Man (AKA Paul Webb) >> ex- Talk Talk, new album

    For those who loved his collab with Beth Gibbons called Out Of Season, Rustin Man is back, but it doesn't sound anything like that album.

    However, there is a bit of Robert Wyatt into his new album called Drift Code

















    BTW, it's an odd coincidence that this album came out a few days before Mark Hollis' disappearance.
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    Yes, a good album - and totally agree with the Wyatt colour.

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    BTW, Beth Gibbons latest project (well.... from 2014, actually, but released just recently) is a Gorecki project with Penderecki



    Maybe this was too grand for her. Best forgotten; IMHO/
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    Out Of Season has held my interest ever since release, it’s a stunning album.

    I do quite like Drift Code, although it isn’t anything like the former, where Beth Gibbons added a certain other quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunlight Caller View Post
    Out Of Season has held my interest ever since release, it’s a stunning album.

    I do quite like Drift Code, although it isn’t anything like the former, where Beth Gibbons added a certain other quality.
    Actually, I consider Out Of Season close to a Portishead album
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    Actually, I consider Out Of Season close to a Portishead album
    That is probably why it resonates so well with me, Portishead's output is somewhat close to perfection.

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