(The Real) Tuesday's Weld debut, 'When Cupid Meets Psyche' witnessed the first glimpse of the curiously delightful and original world inside the head of one Stephen Coates. A mixture of 1930's dance hall, grooves and hip-hop beats, Coates - more than most - should be the ideal musician to attempt to pull off a soundtrack to Glen Duncan's novel of heaven, hell and love. As you'd probably expect from a soundtrack, space is divided equally between instrumentals and vocalised pieces. Of the latter, the jazz-inflected 'The Ugly And The Beautiful' is cool and louche and features vocoder, in contrast to the cracked-up torch song that is 'Someday Soon'.On the other side of the coin, 'One More Chance' employs smooth jazz and the French chanson-stylings of 'Heaven Can't Wait' draw up inescapable images of black and white silent movies. Admittedly the high camp nature of this record is an acquired taste but it's hard to knock the imagination and pioneering spirit of the man.