Often, the most affecting music is by no means what it is perceived to be. Sigur Ros, for example, were only really a 'post-rock' band for the final ten minutes of their landmark ( ) album, whilst Scott Walker's Tilt and Talk Talk's Spirit Of Eden were not the absolute side-steps into a brave new direction that revisionists would have you believe; listen to 'The Electrician' or 'Happiness Is Easy' respectively should proof be required.
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