Tindersticks ‎– The Something Rain

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Tracklist

Chocolate 9:04
Show Me Everything 5:29
This Fire Of Autumn 4:17
A Night So Still 5:44
Slippin' Shoes 4:33
Medicine 5:00
Frozen 5:43
Come Inside 7:41
Goodbye Joe 2:42

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LUCKY DOG 10, SLANG50015 Tindersticks The Something Rain(CD, Album, Gat) Lucky Dog Recordings, City Slang LUCKY DOG 10, SLANG50015 Europe 2012 Sell This Version
Lucky Dog 14, Slang50033 Tindersticks The Something Rain / San Sebastian 2012(2xCD, Album, Comp, Ltd) Lucky Dog Recordings, City Slang Lucky Dog 14, Slang50033 Europe 2012 Sell This Version
LUCKY DOG 10, HN966CD Tindersticks The Something Rain(CD, Album) Lucky Dog Recordings, High Note Records LUCKY DOG 10, HN966CD Taiwan 2012 Sell This Version
CST086-2 Tindersticks The Something Rain(CD, Album, Gat) Constellation CST086-2 Canada 2012 Sell This Version
LUCKY DOG 10, SLANG50015 Tindersticks The Something Rain(CD, Album, Promo) Lucky Dog Recordings, City Slang LUCKY DOG 10, SLANG50015 Europe 2012 Sell This Version
none Tindersticks The Something Rain(CDr, Album, Promo) Sonic Records (2) none Poland 2012 Sell This Version
LuckyDog10LP, SLANG50015LP Tindersticks The Something Rain(LP, Album) Lucky Dog Recordings, City Slang LuckyDog10LP, SLANG50015LP Europe 2012 Sell This Version
CST086-1 Tindersticks The Something Rain(LP, Album, Inc) Constellation CST086-1 Canada 2012 Sell This Version

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Vendat93

Vendat93

April 5, 2016
edited 29 days ago
referencing The Something Rain, LP, Album, LuckyDog10LP, SLANG50015LP

"Lucky Dog Recordings" LP plays bad (saturation all time long). Avoid it !
Buy the CD instead. I don't know about the "Constellation" LP.
Jazzual

Jazzual

May 6, 2012
edited over 3 years ago
referencing The Something Rain, CD, Album, Gat, LUCKY DOG 10, SLANG50015

Tindersticks are a total one off. Unique. They often got termed an 'indie' band by lazy journalists but their sound bears no relation to the sea of banality and conformity that makes up most of the indie scene. No other band could take jazz, chamber music, sweeping orchestral arrangements, dense melodicism, Leonard Cohen melancholy and weave it into a meaningful sound. They have had a cult following for about 20 years but have never been household names. Households are missing out. The first time I heard them was on the third disk of Laurent Garnier's Excess Baggage mix. Stuart Staple's vocal style is one of the most recognisable in modern music and worked well amongst weird and wonderful esoterica of that mix.

The Something Rain is about their 9th studio album and is a good representation of what they are all about musically. It's not the best of their albums that I own but still has an enormous amount of character. Mostly up-beat and pretty propulsive in places, hell you could even have a go at dancing to some of it. One of the UK's finest bands, they continue to deliver beautiful and memorable music.