Trouble Every Day [Soundtrack] Image
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  • Summary: This is the band's second collaboration with French filmmaker Claire Denis, after recording the soundtrack to her earlier film "Nenette et Boni."
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  1. As spectacularly successful as the Tindersticks have been in their tribute to the horror of Trouble Every Day, I'm hoping for a lighter confection from their next collaboration with Denis -- something more along the lines of Nenette et Boni.
  2. Tindersticks create an elegant and unsettling collection of small mood pieces that stand miles apart from anything else you are likely to hear at the local multiplex.
  3. This music is beautiful enough to stand alone.
  4. [The title track is] a fantastic storm-brewing, brass-stabbing, Nelson Riddle-goes-Tom-Waits, claustrophobic blues number.... It's not worth buying this album for, however, since the rest of it's made up of frustratingly minimalist snatches of music.
  5. Many tracks are meaningless in isolation.[#184, p.146]
  6. 40
    An elegant soundtrack, but not much of an album. [Feb/Mar 2002, p.116]
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