Enigmatic pop legend Scott Walker has passed away, aged 76, and while many will remember him for his classic '60s hits with The Walker Brothers, the man enjoyed an eclectic career that lasted more than 50 years, remaining one of pop's true enigmas to the very end.

Enjoy five key moments from a remarkable career:

Melancholy boy band The Walker Brothers enjoyed a number of hits, but they don't come any more memorable - or bittersweet - than The Sun Aint Gonna Shine Any More, from 1966:

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Scott then released a series of remarkable, self-titled solo albums, covering songs by French songwriter Jacques Brel - commercially unsuccessful, they sealed his status as a cult legend forever: 

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The Walker Brothers briefly reunited in the '70s, leaving us with one more melancholy pop gem for the road, the utterly devastating No Regrets

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For most of the 80s, Scott's whereabouts became the stuff of legend, while a whole new generation of fans discovered his music, with the likes of David Bowie, Pulp and Radiohead singing his praises. Averaging an album a decade, he released a series of dark, dense, masterworks, culminating in 2012's Bish Bosch:

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An acclaimed documentary, 21 Century Man, gave us an insight to Walker's world, and in more recent years Scott collaborated with everyone from Bat For Lashes to experimental Japanese noise merchants Sunn O))), as well as composing the occasional sublime film score - his final release was the atmospheric soundtrack to Natalie Portman's new movie Vox Lux: 

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