Artist: The Real Tuesday Weld
Song: Heaven Can't Wait
Album: I, Lucifer (OST)
Label: Dreamy Records & PIAS Records
Year: 2002
Genre: Electronic, Lounge
Style: Future Jazz, Downtempo, Neofolk

Originally inspired by a dream of Greek bandleader Al Bowlly and actress Tuesday Weld, Stephen Coates found his inspiration to create music unafraid to be lush and fabulous and willing to tickle the ear with textures and timbres.

Many talented collaborators and friends join Stephen Coates in the studio and on stage: Clive Painter, Jacques Van Rhijn, Jed Woodhouse, David Guez, Don Brosnan, Brian Lee, Pinkie McClure, Pam Berry, Martine Roberts, Martyn Jacques, Mara Carlyle, David Piper, Cibelle to name a few.

I, Lucifer is the third studio album by The Real Tuesday Weld and was released in 2003. It was intended as a companion soundtrack to the novel I, Lucifer by Glen Duncan.

At least four different versions of the album exist - the first incarnation on Dreamy Records, the second on PIAS recordings in Europe and the third on Six Degrees in the US. A picture-disc vinyl release accompanied the 2004 PIAS re-release of the album.

Additionally, the entire album was newly remixed for its U.S. release in 2004. It was awarded album of the week in the UK Times and Telegraph and has generally been critically lauded.

2004

Electronic / Dub / Deep House

Samia Farah
Cool X 2

DJ Olive
Heaps As, Live In Tasmania

A Rocket In Dub
Rocket No. 5

Service
The Patio Of Delights EP

Joanna Law
Love Is Not Enough

Morcheeba
Trigger Hippie '97 (The Delicious Mixes)

King Kooba
Nufoundfunk

Miguel Migs
Moving On

Fetsum
Waitin' For You (Remixes)

Max Aristid
Crying (Max Aristid 4TTF Studio Bootleg)

Soultek
So Lovely E.P.