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To celebrate their 21st anniversary, Stuart Staples and his remaining Tindersticks assembled at Abbey Road Studios to re-record songs from their catalog that they felt needed touch-ups or revisions. Only hardcore fans will notice most changes, with just a few tracks getting serious-enough overhauls to be obvious to the casual ear. “Friday Night” and “Marseilles Sunshine” first appeared on Stuart Staples’ debut solo album, Lucky Dog Recordings ’03-’04: showing how fuzzy the borders are between what's Tindersticks and what isn't. The minimalism turns to a subdued buzz where fidelity plays a large part in the re-creation. “I Know That Loving” and the cover of Odyssey's “If You’re Looking for a Way Out” are rescued from obscurity; they're from the band’s now-unavailable Simple Pleasure album. “A Night In” is actually downsized from its days in the larger consortium, with just half the members around to execute its velvet glamour. Tindersticks have always been about extending the mood, and this fine collection sounds brilliant in the night air.

Customer Reviews

Takes me Back!

Great album reminiscent of the early 1990s releases. Hauntingly good.


This is some of the worst garbage I've heard in a decade. Unbelievably terrible; makes my ears bleed.


Formed: 1992 in Nottingham, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Tindersticks were one of the most original and distinctive British acts of the '90s, standing apart from both the British indie scene and the rash of Brit-pop guitar combos that dominated the U.K. charts. Where their contemporaries were often direct and to the point, Tindersticks were obtuse and leisurely, crafting dense, difficult songs layered with literary lyrics, intertwining melodies, mumbling vocals, and gently melancholy orchestrations. Essentially, the group filtered the dark romanticism...
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