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Waiting for the Moon is the sixth studio album (or the eighth if including the soundtracks Nenette et Boni and Trouble Every Day) by Tindersticks. Recorded between September 2001 and January 2003 at Great Linford Manor, Eastcote and various home studios, the long-player was released on the Beggar's Banquet label in 2003. This was the last Tindersticks album to feature the band's original lineup before their extended hiatus and subsequent departure of half the band.
The fact that Waiting for the Moon isn't much more than another addition to Tindersticks' discography will be enough to keep the devout fans pleased
The Waiting Room by Tindersticks. Philharmonie De Paris by Tindersticks. Falling Down A Mountain by Tindersticks. San Sebastian 2012 by Tindersticks. Amsterdam February 94 by Tindersticks. View all albums . Waiting For The Moon. By: Tindersticks (2003, Rock). 1. Until The Morning Comes. 2. Say Goodbye To The City. 5. 6. Trying To Find A Home. 7. Sometimes It Hurts. More albums from Tindersticks
Band Name Tindersticks. Album Name Waiting for the Moon.
Waiting For The Moon. 1-1. 1-2. Trumpet – Terry Edwards. Album stickered and shrinkwrapped with free copy of the 'Don't Even Go There' EP. EP comes in card 'pocket' picture sleeve rather than the usual digipak. Card sleeve is textured in the same way as the album digipak. Waiting for the Moon finds Tindersticks staying resolutely on the path that first won them praise in the early '90s, as well as a slew of comparisons to Nick Cave, Lee Hazlewood, and Leonard Cohen. Since their emergence, Tindersticks have thrived by building bold romantic soundscapes around the themes of despair and heartbreak. They just get better with age. Been a fan of Tindersticks since their essential first album. This one will not come as a surprise to any long time fans but a great introduction for any new listeners.
Waiting for the Moon is just what I needed from Tindersticks: an album that doesn't abandon their recent direction, but breathes new life into it by drawing breath from their noisier past. They may operate below the radar of hype and trends- especially in recent years- but for whatever public ignorace, Tindersticks are one of the best bands going today. I'm more than happy to have their hands 'round my throat.
Record Label: Beggars Banquet. Genre(s): Indie, Rock.
Album Intro： Waiting for the Moon finds Tindersticks staying resolutely on the path that first won them praise in the early '90s, as well as a slew of comparisons to Nick Cave, Lee Hazlewood, and Leonard Cohen. Following the brooding majesty of their soundtrack to the bloodthirsty art-house flick Trouble Every Day, South London's reliably morose troubadours have returned with another dose of aching lyrical desolation and sweeping melodies
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