Tindersticks is a British rock band. It is also the name of two eponymous albums by that band:
Tindersticks are an English alternative rock band formed in Nottingham in 1991. They released six albums before singer Stuart A. Staples embarked on a solo career. The band reunited briefly in 2006 and more permanently the following year. The band have recorded several film soundtracks.
Tindersticks is the debut album by the chamber pop band Tindersticks, released in the UK on 11 October 1993 on This Way Up. Following positive reviews for their early singles and live performances, it was released to widespread critical acclaim by the music press, eventually being named album of the year by the UK music magazine Melody Maker.
Tindersticks is the second album by the British alternative band Tindersticks, released in 1995. It is often referred to as The Second Tindersticks Album to distinguish it from the band's first album, which was also called Tindersticks. It reached no. 13 in the UK Album Chart.
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Beggars Banquet is a British independent record label that began as a chain of record shops owned by Martin Mills and Nick Austin, and is part of the Beggars Group of labels.
David Kitt is an Irish musician. He has released six studio albums to date: Small Moments, The Big Romance, Square 1, The Black and Red Notebook, Not Fade Away and The Nightsaver. He is the son of former Irish politician Tom Kitt.
Waiting for the Moon is the sixth studio album 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. Tindersticks member David Boulter later selected it as his least favorite Tindersticks album, remarking: "It has a feeling of something that was lost—the feeling that the band hadn't been great for a couple of albums."
Can Our Love... is the fifth studio album by British band Tindersticks, released in May 2001 on the Beggars Banquet record label.
Nénette et Boni is the name of Tindersticks' soundtrack album to the 1996 Claire Denis film Nénette et Boni.
Stuart Ashton Staples is an English musician best known as the lead singer of indie band Tindersticks, in which he also plays guitar. Staples has a very recognizable vocal style and a distinctively low, nasal voice.
Amsterdam February 94 is a limited edition live album by British band Tindersticks. Recorded as part of their live concert on the 8 February 1994 at the Melkweg in Amsterdam, Netherlands, the album was only available by mail order or to purchase at the group's concerts. The 10" vinyl version was pressed on white vinyl and limited to 2000 numbered copies. In France, Germany and Canada the first 1000 copies of the first studio album Tindersticks were shrink-wrapped together with a CD of the Amsterdam February 94 album with a burgundy-coloured cover.
The Bloomsbury Theatre 12.3.95 is a live album by British band Tindersticks, released in October 1995 on both CD and double 10-inch vinyl. The CD was limited to 10000 copies and the vinyl to 8000 copies. Due to an error in production, the CD version has become rarer than the vinyl format. The album reached no. 32 in the UK album charts.
Donkeys 92–97 is a compilation album by the British alternative band Tindersticks, released in August 1998. The album is a collection of singles, B-sides, rarities, and unreleased recordings. The band had signed to the major label Island Records after their previous independent label, This Way Up, had folded, and Donkeys 92–97 was intended to be an introduction by Island for new listeners. The vinyl version of the album was limited to 5,000 copies and contained an extra track, "Feeling Relatively Good".
Working for the Man is a compilation album by British band Tindersticks. It was released on Island Records in April 2004 in the UK, and on Island's parent company Universal in November 2004 in the U.S. The album covers the period from the band's first single in 1992 to 1999, when Tindersticks' contract with Island ended after the release of their fourth studio album Simple Pleasure. Working for the Man was released ahead of the reissue by Island of the group's first five albums in remastered and expanded versions.
A waiting room is a place where people sit or stand until the event they are waiting for occurs.
The Hungry Saw is the seventh studio album by British alternative band Tindersticks, released on 28 April 2008 by Beggars Banquet Records. Following the release of the band's sixth album, Waiting for the Moon in 2003, Tindersticks had entered an extended hiatus before reconvening to perform at the Don't Look Back event in September 2006. This concert marked the final performance of the original line-up of the band, and three members left the group shortly afterwards. The remaining members of Tindersticks felt reinvigorated by the performance, and relocated to France to begin working on new material in the summer of 2007, recording and producing the album at their own Le Chien Chanceaux studio in Limousin. The Hungry Saw was the first new Tindersticks material in five years.
Falling Down a Mountain is the eighth studio album by English rock band Tindersticks, released in 2010 on 4AD/Constellation Records. Although the album failed to chart in their homeland, it still became a commercial success in Greece, by charting at No. 2 spending 5 weeks on the international artist charts.
The Something Rain is the ninth studio album by British band Tindersticks, released in February 2012 on their own Lucky Dog Recordings label in the UK, on City Slang Records in Europe, and on Constellation Records in North America.
Claire Denis Film Scores 1996–2009 is a compilation album by Tindersticks. Released in 2011, the albums compiles the soundtrack music scored by the band to six films by Claire Denis. This creative partnership began in 1996 when Denis approached the band about using the song "My Sister" from the second Tindersticks album in the film she was scripting, Nénette et Boni. Singer Stuart A. Staples liked the idea, but suggested Tindersticks write something original for the film instead.
Across Six Leap Years is the tenth studio album by British alternative band Tindersticks, released on 14 October 2013. The album consists of ten previously released songs from the band's and singer Stuart Staples' solo back catalogue, which were re-recorded at Abbey Road Studios. The title refers to the fact that there had been six leap years during the 21 years that Tindersticks had been together up to the recording of this album, and hinted that the record was something of a retrospective interpretation of their career.
The Waiting Room is the eleventh studio album by the British band Tindersticks, released in 2016 on the City Slang label. Some editions of the album came packaged with a short film that had been commissioned for each song by various directors.