Bete Noire - Bryan Ferry (1987)
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From his early days as the frontman for the pioneering art-rock band, Roxy Music, right up until present day, the great Bryan Ferry has crafted both a sound and style that has been imitated countless times, but never quite duplicated. In honor of this suave and dapper crooner and songwriter's 75th birthday on September 26th, Jon and Chris take a look at his 1987 solo effort, Bete Noire. And while the two have a heated disagreement regarding the album's nadir, they both agree that the album is Ferry's undisputed solo masterpiece, and that gender reveal parties are one of the most asinine trends in modern society.