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Reinvigorated, Tindersticks catches fire

Stuart Staples (center, with Neil Fraser, left, and David Boulter) says a break from Tindersticks helped him appreciate the band. Stuart Staples (center, with Neil Fraser, left, and David Boulter) says a break from Tindersticks helped him appreciate the band. (Richard Dumas)
By James Reed
Globe Staff / March 6, 2009

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There might not have been a more appropriate album cover last year than the one for Tindersticks' latest. "The Hungry Saw" featured just that: a sketch of a little red heart being sawed in half, the perfect juxtaposition of cute and cruel. (Full article: 828 words)

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