Paul Haig deserves a place in music history alone for his role as singer-songwriter in the post-punk-meets-soul music group Josef K. Since then he has collaborated with luminaries such as New Order and Billy Mackenzie but his solo career began twenty years ago and his latest release is the third instalment of the Cinematique series. The story begins in somewhat unadventurous fashion with 'Over Over' and 'Electronica' sounding no more than club tunes by-numbers and 'No Place Within' adding little to the already over-populated market of French film soundalikes. It takes a while for Haig to find his real vocation beginning with the beautiful vistas conjured up by 'Milan' and continuing with the superb moody chill-out/ambient works of 'Siliconic', 'Xenogamy' and 'Find Me'. It also ends impressively with the widescreen sound of 'Storm'. Haig never threatens to break new ground but for half an hour he more than holds his own in creating filmic soundscapes.