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Right now listening to his songs again and again as I do, I'm a bit confused about your use of the word "fun".
Maybe I'm wrong, but the very last thing that would have ever occured to me regarding Nick Cave was the word "FUN".

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i haven't checked out much of his stuff but some of those Grinderman lyrics are - sorry roni - really fun AND funny.

but i don't think his wife would agree...

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'And No More Shall We Part' is my favorite Nick Cave album.

I also enjoyed his novel, 'And The Ass Saw The Angel', at the time. It's a great read. I have 'The Death Of Bunny Munro' as well, but haven't read it yet.
'And No More Shall We Part'
That's a beautiful one. I love it.

First one of it that comes to my mind is: "Darker with the Day".
It's the perfect companion for a sad look out the window during the afternoon.

"We Came Along This Road" and "Love Letter" are perfect melancholy too.
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'Darker With The Day' is a great song. I love that whole album. Couldn't stop listening to it when it was released.
Hear Ghosteen, the new two part album from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, for the first time in full tonight (Thursday 3 October) on YouTube at 10pm BST. Subscribe to the channel here and set a reminder to be notified when the premiere begins.

This will be the first chance to listen to the new album along with listening events worldwide. Find your nearest event here.

Ghosteen will be released globally on all digital platforms on Friday 4 October.

Vinyl and CD will be released on Friday 8 November, pre-order now here.

Track Listing:

Part One
1 Spinning Song
2 Bright Horses
3 Waiting for You
4 Night Raid
5 Sun Forest
6 Galleon Ship
7 Ghosteen Speaks
8 Leviathan

Part Two
1 Ghosteen
2 Fireflies
3 Hollywood

The album was recorded in 2018 and early 2019 at Woodshed in Malibu, Nightbird in Los Angeles, Retreat in Brighton and Candybomber in Berlin. It was mixed by Nick Cave, Warren Ellis, Lance Powell and Andrew Dominik at Conway in Los Angeles.

Nick Cave - vocals, piano, synthesizer, backing vocal
Warren Ellis - synthesizer, loops, flute, violin, piano, backing vocals
Thomas Wydler - drums
Martyn Casey - bass
Jim Sclavunos - vibraphone, percussion
George Vjestica - guitar
Anybody listened to the new album?
If I was forced to say something about it in one word, it would be: unnecessary.
Just announced: On July 23 will be aired online a solo-concert of Nick Cave alone at the piano.

quote: "The film will be streamed as a live experience, and will not be available to view online following the event. Please note during the event you will not be able to pause, rewind or fast forward the stream."

Of course, I'd Never call for any illegal action. But if all of a sudden *somebody* who's watching it, had the ability to somehow record a video of the airing and share it with me, I would not exactly call the police either.

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