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|1.||"For The Beauty" (4:44)|
|2.||"The Amputees" (3:21)|
|3.||"Trees Fall" (5:04)|
|4.||"Pinky In The Daylight" (5:20)|
|1.||"Take Care In Your Dreams" (3:58)|
|2.||"See My Girls" (5:16)|
|3.||"The Old Mans Gait" (4:41)|
|4.||"Tough Love" (4:57)|
|5.||"No Treasure But Hope" (3:51)|
If you're a fan of Antony and the Johnsons then Tindersticks should be familiar by now. Or at least Stuart Staples' voice should be, even if you've never come across the band before. But whereas Antony et al exist in a flamboyant queer disco cabaret, this lot occupy a place far less counter cultural, much sweeter and more tender. "No Treasure No Hope" a string-infused, piano-focussed chamber pop declaration of sweet nothings, both for those who are still with us and those who have come and gone. And it's not all romance. Comparisons are made between father's relationship with son and relationship with his own father ("The Old Man's Gait"). Tears falling into beers ("Trees Fall"). And delightful, innocent worlds are presented via songs like "The Amputees". Back on fine, late-night dark barroom form, it's the finest Tindersticks have given us in years.
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