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Boomkat Product Review:
**Gatefold slipcase with 10-page concertina booklet printed on agrippa paper** 'Les Salauds' is Tindersticks' achingly bleak electronic soundtrack to Claire Denis' "intoxicating and provocative neo noir" film of the same title - their 7th OST for the acclaimed director. We've not actually copped the film (yet) but the hypnotic soundtrack can easily be judged on its own merits. As with BEB's imminent reissue of former Tinderstick, Dickon Hinchcliffe's 'Red Riding…" OST, it's a sumptuously sorrowful affair, transposing the group's patented brand of loner atmosphere and bleak landscaping to purpose, evoking all the hallmarks of low-lit, noirish cinema. Most notably, the all-electronic palette is a big departure for Stuart Staples and works beautifully in his favour, especially on the opening cover of Hot Chocolate's 'Put Your love In Me', which actually comes off closer to Bruce Gilbert's 'Eline Cout II' than the original, whilst the lushly dark atmopsheres and miserable drum machine toil of 'Low Life' feels something like a Tropic Of Cancer piece, and the muscular, adrenalising arpeggios and soaring pads of 'Night Drive' are perfect for belting your Rover over moorland and highlands. Strong recommendation for all BEB fans who own Rovers, then!