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Tindersticks Release Film Score Box Set

Claire Denis Film Scores, 1996-2009

Feb 04, 2011 Tindersticks Bookmark and Share


On April 26, orchestral six-piece Tindersticks are set to release a box set of film scores created between 1996 and 2009 for French director Claire Denis. Four of the six soundtracks have been unreleased up until this point so for fans this is, as the French might say, “un catch.” (Okay, I made that up.)

Not only do you get music, but what sounds like some amazing packaging as well. (Remember buying music physically? Now is as good a time as any to get back into that.) The press release describes the albums as. “A slipcase box made from deluxe uncoated black paperboard with a custom die-cut window and metallic cover-print. Discs are housed in printed sleeves, each of which features an iconic image from the corresponding film that can interact with the window-cut box. Also included is a 48 page perfect-bound booklet of color film stills and an essay (in English and in French translation) by renowned music writer Michael Hill (who has also contributed liner notes for collections by Lou Reed, Sam Cooke, The Replacements and others).”

Check out the list of included soundtracks below:

White Material (2009)

35 Rhums (2008)

L’intrust (2004)

Vendredi Soir (2002)

Trouble Every Day (2001)

Nenette Et Boni (1996)

(www.tindersticks.co.uk)



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