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No More Shall We Part (I), 2012

No More Shall We Part (II), 2012

No More Shall We Part (III), 2012

No More Shall We Part  is an album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. It was released in 2001.

This was the Bad Seeds’ eleventh album together and was recorded after a four-year hiatus (due to Nick recovering from this, that and the other thing), and showcases the band’s  instrumental prowess. The lyrics deal with Cave’s usual preoccupations (death, religion, relationship breakdowns, death) and, despite the dark humour, are startlingly emotive in places. If I had a ratings system for these things, I would give this album four dead flowers out of five.

Here’s And No More Shall We Part.

In our house this CD can be found: dining room, right-hand bookshelves, third shelf down.

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Thanks John and Deanne and Terry and to Richard at CK Ponderings. You know why.

Ascent (1990), bookwork in an edition of 1.

The Siren Songs is the first track on Thomas Feiner & Anywhen’s 2008 album, The Opiates Revised. You can read more about it here.