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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Ghosteen

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Having made ‘Skeleton Tree’ our album of the year in 2016, we were aching for a new album from our master.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Skeleton Tree

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*** RESIDENT ALBUM OF THE YEAR - 2016 *** 'skeleton tree' is a much more abstract, cerebral experience than anything else in his incomparable catal...
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

The Boatman's Call (2015 reissue)

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‘The Boatman’s Call’ is the tenth studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, released in 1997.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

No More Shall We Part (2015 reissue)

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‘No More Shall We Part’ was released in April 2001 and was the eleventh studio record by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Let Love in (2015 reissue)

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‘Let Love In’, the eighth studio album by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, was originally released in 1994.
Nocturama (vinyl reissue)
  1. Wonderful Life
  2. He Wants You
  3. Right Out Of Your Hand
  4. Bring It On
  5. Dead Man In My Bed
  6. Still In Love
  7. There Is A Town
  8. Rock Of Gibraltar
  9. She Passed By My Window
  10. Babe, I’m On Fire

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Nocturama (vinyl reissue)

Mute/BMG
  • 2lp + download

    Released: 17th Nov 2014

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‘Nocturama’ is the twelfth studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released in 2003.

To date, it is the last Bad Seeds album to feature founding member Blixa Bargeld. This album reunited Nick Cave with Nick Launay, who had produced The Birthday Party’s groundbreaking ‘Junkyard’ 21 years earlier. Featuring the singles ‘Bring It On’, ‘He Wants You’ and ‘Rock Of Gibraltar’, this album finds Cave moving away from ‘Murder Ballads’ and the gory fire and brimstone of yore, and exploring more personal themes. More than twenty years into his career at this point, Nick Cave proved himself worthy of the comparisons made in the press on his behalf: now he could stand alongside the likes of Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Tom Waits, as a storyteller who could be unflinchingly honest in his work, whilst continuing to grow his fan base.