Real Tuesday Weld (The) - Last Werewolf (Original Soundtrack) (Music CD)

Release Date: 03 October 2011
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Projects such as Frank Black's soundtrack for �20s silent movie The Golem show that film soundtracks by indie artists are becoming more commonplace, but the Real Tuesday Weld -- aka Stephen Coates -- goes one better with The Last Werewolf, the musical accompaniment to Glen Duncan's book of the same name. This is Coates' second collaboration with Duncan; the first, I, Lucifer, provided music to the writer�s tale of the Devil�s return to Earth. It felt more insular than this set of songs, which chronicles a suicidal 200-year-old werewolf. The Last Werewolf is virtually a full-fledged rock opera, with Coates bringing along an inspired cast of collaborators, including Marcella Puppini and the rest of the Puppini Sisters, who add to �The Hunt��s breathless cabaret whimsy, and Pinkie Maclure, whose smoky alto makes �Save Me� a torch song so convincing it�ll give listeners d�j� vu. However, Coates himself is The Last Werewolf's most varied player, swinging from �Wolfman��s feral blues stomp to �(I Always Kill) The Things I Love��s genteel croon to �Tear Us Apart��s heartbroken synth pop with ease. Coates' finesse with styles as far-flung as electronic pop and �30s cabaret makes him the perfect artist to breathe musical life into a creature as changeable as a werewolf, something he does with extra poignancy on �Come Around� and his duet with Piney Gir, �Me and Mr. Wolf.� Bold, sensitive, and evocative, this collaboration is another triumph for Duncan and Coates. ~ Heather Phares
Release Date: 03 October 2011

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