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Uli, try More News From Nowhere... my fave track on the album and the closest to his more ballady material.
You going to see Bruce in Cork too?
Fuck Cork and all Cork related things
Like fuck I am. Was there on business a few weeks back and got the usual Corkonian cold shoulder.Springsteen in Thomond
clean your ears...Nickelback's guitar work is awesome.
Shit, not even the boss can tempt ya. I thought I had you there. Your probably better off seeing him in Limerick, you might get overwhelmed with seeing the legend with all those other legends.
Been listening to 'The Boatman's Call' this week. God what an album
New video, gotta say I like the song!!!http://louderthanwar.com/watch-the-new-nick-cave-video-for-jubilee-street-dark-and-seedy-stuff/Yes, that was the one album which got me into him. Liked the occasional song before, but then someone gave me this album for my birthday, so I listened the next day with a hangover - perfect music for such a day...
Wonderful album. Fantastic atmosphere and brims with a sense of real menace and grit yet is still infused with a strange kind of beauty. Best he's done since Abattoir Blues/Lyres of Orpheus
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds announce the release of a new album ' 'Live from KCRW'. The fourth official live album in the band's history, it features a stripped-down line-up performing classic Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds material alongside four songs from their recent global hit album 'Push the Sky Away'.'Live from KCRW' will be released on CD, download and double vinyl format. The vinyl edition features two additional exclusive, un-broadcasted live recordings from the session, 'Into my Arms' and 'God is in the House'.
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