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Boomkat Product Review:
Is it just us or does the instrumentation just get lovelier and lovelier with every new Tindersticks album? Those of you who have obsessed over their soundtrack work (handily collected by the Constellation label last year) will find much to fall in love with here, espeically on the short but perfectly formed album closer "Goodbye Joe" - sounding like something off their wonderful "Nenette Et Boni" score mixed with the lonesome harmonica from John Barry's theme for Midnight Cowboy. It's all spacious, padded percussion, bells and strings - showing the band at their most affecting. But back to the begining of the album and you don't have to wait long for Stuart Staples' distinctive voice, augmented here by some spoken narration courtesy of David Boulter, setting the scene perfectly for what's to follow. It's a strong album, probably their strongest since re-forming, and a welcome addition to an already formidable body of work. Recommended.