Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 album from the British Alt-Rock band led by singer/songwriter Stuart Staples. The Something Rain brims and bristles with canny narrative thrust. Slinky, supple compositions are spiked with plenty of barbed edges and sparkling fizz. Right out the gate, album opener "Chocolate" features David Boulter's sequel to the spoken-word classic "My Sister" from Tindersticks' 1995 eponymous release. Boulter narrates the story while the band works up a brilliant, brewing crescendo, abetted by the swirling horns of long-time collaborator Terry Edwards. This is indeed a new Tindersticks classic edgier, more exuberant and more expansive.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 album from the British Alt-Rock band led by singer/songwriter Stuart Staples. The Something Rain brims and bristles with canny narrative thrust. Slinky, supple compositions are spiked with plenty of barbed edges and sparkling fizz. Right out the gate, album opener "Chocolate" features David Boulter's sequel to the spoken-word classic "My Sister" from Tindersticks' 1995 eponymous release. Boulter narrates the story while the band works up a brilliant, brewing crescendo, abetted by the swirling horns of long-time collaborator Terry Edwards. This is indeed a new Tindersticks classic edgier, more exuberant and more expansive.
666561008611

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Format: Vinyl
Label: CNST
Catalog: 10086
Rel. Date: 02/21/2012
UPC: 666561008611

The Something Rain
Artist: Tindersticks
Format: Vinyl
New: Currently Unavailable New
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Chocolate
2. Show Me Everything
3. This Fire of Autumn
4. A Night So Still
5. Slippin Shoes
6. Medicine
7. Frozen
8. Come Inside
9. Goodbye Joe

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Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 album from the British Alt-Rock band led by singer/songwriter Stuart Staples. The Something Rain brims and bristles with canny narrative thrust. Slinky, supple compositions are spiked with plenty of barbed edges and sparkling fizz. Right out the gate, album opener "Chocolate" features David Boulter's sequel to the spoken-word classic "My Sister" from Tindersticks' 1995 eponymous release. Boulter narrates the story while the band works up a brilliant, brewing crescendo, abetted by the swirling horns of long-time collaborator Terry Edwards. This is indeed a new Tindersticks classic edgier, more exuberant and more expansive.