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From the Album 1. As I Sat Sadly By Her Side 2. And No More Shall We Part 3. Hallelujah 4. Love Letter 5. Fifteen Feet Of Pure White Snow 6. God Is In The House 7. Oh My Lord 8. Sweetheart Come 9. The Sorrowful Wife 10. We Came Along This Road 11. Gates To The Garden 12. Darker With The Day

Other Songs A Box For Black Paul Abattoir Blues Aint Gonna Rain Anymore Albert Goes West Albuquerque All Tomorrows Parties Anthrocene Are You The One Ive Been Waiting For? Are You The One That Ive Been Waiting For? Avalanche Babe I Got You Bad Babe Im On Fire Babe You Turn Me On Balcony Man Big Dream Big-Jesus-Trash-Can Black Betty Black Crow King Black Hair Blind Lemon Jefferson Blue Bird Breathless Bring It On Brompton Oratory Brother My Cup Is Empty By The Time I Get To Phoenix Cabin Fever! Cannibals Hymn Carnage Carnival Carry Me Cassiels Song Cat Man Christina The Astonishing City Of Refuge Come Into My Sleep Crow Jane Dead Man In My Bed Deanna Death Is Not The End Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!! Distant Sky Do You Love Me? Down In the Willow Garden Easy Money Everything Must Converge Fable Of The Brown Ape Far From Me Finishing Jubilee Street Foi Na Cruz Frogs From Her To Eternity Get Ready For Love Girl In Amber God's Hotel Good Good Day Green Eyes Grief Came Riding Grinder Man Blues Hamlet Hand of God Happy Birthday Hard On For Love He Wants You Heart That Kills You Hell Villanelle Helpless Henry Lee Here Comes The Sun Hey Joe Hiding All Away Higgs Boson Blues Ho-ho Hold On To Yourself I Do Dear I Do I Do Love Her So I Feel So Good I Had A Dream Joe I Just Dropped In I Let Love In I Need You I Put a Spell on You Idiot Prayer (Ill Love You) Till the End of the World Im Gonna Kill That Woman Im Your Man In The Ghetto Into My Arms Jack The Ripper Jacks Shadow Jangling Jack Jennifers Veil Jesus Alone Jesus Met The Woman At The Well Jesus Of The Moon John Finns Wife Jubilee Street Junkyard Just You and Me King Kong Kitchee Kitchee Ki-Mi-O King Sized Nick Cave Blues Knockin On Joe Knoxville Girl La Vie En Rose Lament Lavender Fields Lay Me Low Let It be Let The Bells Ring Letter to Cynthia Lie Down Here Life Per Se Lightning Bolts Lime Tree Arbour Little Empty Boat Little Ghost Song Little Janeys Gone Long Black Veil Long Time Man Lovely Creature Loverman Lucy Mack the Knife Magneto Mamas Boy Mercy Mermaids Messiah Ward Midnight Man Mojo Moonland More News From Nowhere Mr. Clarinet Muddy Water Nature Boy Needle Boy New Morning Nick Cave Nick the Stripper Night Of The Lotus Eaters Nobodys Baby Now Nocturama O Children Old Time OMalleys Bar Oxford Tragedy Papa Wont Leave You Henry People Aint No Good Plain Gold Ring Pleasure Is The Boss Push The Sky Away Rainy Night In Soho Red Right Hand Release the Bats Right Now Im A-roaming Right Out Of Your Hand Rings Of Saturn Rock Of Gibraltar Rye Whiskey Sad Waters Sail Away Saint Huck Say Goodbye To The Little Girl Tree Scum Shattered Ground She Fell Away She Passed By My Window Sheep May Safely Graze Shes Hit Shes Leaving You She's Not There Shivers Shoot Me Down Six Inch Gold Blade Skeleton Tree Sleeping Analeah Slowly Goes The Night Somethings Gotten Hold Of My Heart Song Of Joy Sorrows Child Spell Stack O' Lee Stagger Lee Steve McQueen Still In Love Straight To You Stranger Than Kindness Sudden Song Sugar Sugar Sugar Sundays Slave Supernaturally Suzanne Swing Low That's What Jazz Is to Me The Atra Virago Or The Vargus Barking Spider The Ballad of Robert Moore and Betty Coltrane The Big Hurt The Carnival Is Over The Carny The Curse Of Millhaven The Dim Locator The Good Hun The Good Son The Hammer Song The Kindness Of Strangers The Loom Of The Land The Lyre Of Orpheus The Mercy Seat The Moon Is In The Gutter The Ship Song The Singer The Six Strings That Drew Blood The Sweetest Embrace The Train Song The Weeping Song The Willow Garden The Witness Song There Is a Kingdom There Is A Light There Is A Town There She Goes My Beautiful World Thirsty Dog Time Jesum Transeuntum Et Non Riverentum Todays Lesson Tower Of Song Train Long-Suffering Truck Love Tupelo Under This Moon Up Jumped The Devil Viviane Vixo Wanted Man Watching Alice Waters Edge We Call Upon The Author We No Who U R We Real Cool Well Of Misery West Country Girl What a Wonderful World What Can I Give You? When I First Came To Town Where Do We Go Now But Nowhere Where The Wild Roses Grow White Elephant Wide Lovely Eyes Wild God Wings Off Flies Wonderful Life Young Hunting Your Funeral... My Trial Zoo Music Girl
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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds are an Australian alternative rock band that was formed in Melbourne in 1983 by frontman Nick Cave, multi-instrumentalist Mick Harvey and guitarist Blixa Bargeld. The band was founded after the demise of Cave and Harvey's former group The Birthday Party, the members of which met at a boarding school in Victoria, Australia. -Wikipedia
Members:
Nick Cave
(born September 22nd, 1957 - age )
vocals, piano, organ, harmonica, percussion, electric guitar, string arrangements
(1983-present)

Thomas Wydler -
drums, percussion, vocals
(1985-present)

Martyn P. Casey -
bass, vocals
(1990-present)

Conway Savage -
piano, organ, vocals
(1990-present)

Jim Sclavunos -
percussion, drums, organ, melodica, vocals
(1994-present)

Warren Ellis -
violin, fender mandocaster, loops, mandolin, tenor guitar, viola, bouzouki, accordion, flute, lute, piano, programming, percussion, string arrangements, vocals
(1997-present; as guest, 1994-1997)

From: Melbourne, Australia
Genre(s): Alternative rock, post-punk, experimental rock
Active From: 1983-present
Associated Acts: The Birthday Party, Einst├╝rzende Neubauten, Grinderman, Die Haut, The Cramps
Quotes:
An artist's duty is rather to stay open-minded and in a state where he can receive information and inspiration. You always have to be ready for that little artistic Epiphany.

Getting married, for me, was the best thing I ever did. I was suddenly beset with an immense sense of release, that we have something more important than our separate selves, and that is the marriage. There's immense happiness that can come from working towards that.

I love rock-n-roll. I think it's an exciting art form. It's revolutionary. Still revolutionary and it changed people. It changed their hearts. But yeah, even rock-n-roll has a lot of rubbish, really bad music.

I think I have always had a pretty strong creative impulse. And that has probably saved me from abandoning myself completely.

I think there is a certain perversity in my music in that I continue, you know, to eat at the same ball of vomit year after year.

I write a lot, and very often I write a couple of lines that are particularly revealing in some kind of way. And then as a few more lines get added and a piece gets added, eventually the song pretty much takes over and you can't really find a way to change those things.

I'm a believer. I don't go to church. I don't belong to any particular religion, but I do believe in God. I couldn't write what I write about and be creative without a certain form of belief.

I'm very happy to hear that my work inspires writers and painters. It's the most beautiful compliment, the greatest reward. Art should always be an exchange.


People think I'm a miserable sod but it's only because I get asked such bloody miserable questions.

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