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  • Tender Prey (1988)
    1. The Mercy Seat
    2. Up Jumped the Devil
    3. Deanna
    4. Watching Alice
    5. Mercy
    6. City of Refuge
    7. Slowly Goes the Night
    8. Sunday's Slave
    9. Sugar Sugar Sugar
    10. New Morning

  • B-Sides & Rarities (2005)
    1. Deanna (Acoustic Version)
    2. The Mercy Seat (Acoustic Version)
    3. City Of Refuge (Acoustic Version)
    4. The Moon Is In The Gutter
    5. The Six Strings That Drew Blood
    6. Rye Whiskey
    7. Running Scared
    8. Black Betty
    9. Scum
    10. The Girl At The Bottom Of My Glass
    11. The Train Song
    12. Cocks 'n' Asses
    13. Blue Bird
    14. Helpless
    15. God's Hotel
    16. (I'll Love You) Till the End of the World
    17. Cassiel's Song
    18. Tower of Song
    19. What Can I Give You?
    20. What a Wonderful World
    21. Rainy Night in Soho
    22. Lucy - Version #2
    23. Jack the Ripper (acoustic version)
    24. Sail Away
    25. There's No Night Out in the Jail
    26. That's What Jazz Is to Me
    27. The Willow Garden
    28. The Ballad of Robert Moore and Betty Coltrane
    29. King Kong Kitchee Kitchee Ki-Mi-O
    30. Knoxville Girl
    31. Where the Wild Roses Grow
    32. O'Malley's Bar, Part 1
    33. O'Malley's Bar, Part 2
    34. O'Malley's Bar, Part 3
    35. Time Jesum Transeuntum Et Non Riverentum
    36. O'Malley's Bar Reprise
    37. Red Right Hand (Scream 3 version)
    38. Little Empty Boat
    39. Right Now I'm a-Roaming
    40. Come Into My Sleep
    41. Black Hair (Band Version)
    42. Babe, I Got You Bad
    43. Sheep May Safely Graze
    44. Opium Tea
    45. Grief Came Riding
    46. Bless His Ever Loving Heart
    47. Good Good Day
    48. Little Janey's Gone
    49. I Feel So Good
    50. Shoot Me Down
    51. Swing Low
    52. Little Ghost Song
    53. Everything Must Converge
    54. Nocturama
    55. She's Leaving You
    56. Under This Moon

  • Live from KCRW (2013)
    1. Higgs Boson Blues
    2. Far from Me
    3. Stranger Than Kindness
    4. The Mercy Seat
    5. And No More Shall We Part
    6. Wide Lovely Eyes
    7. Mermaids
    8. People Ain't No Good
    9. Push the Sky Away
    10. Jack the Ripper

  • Push the Sky Away (2013)
  • Push the Sky Away is the fifteenth studio album by the Australian alternative rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, released on 18 February 2013 on the band's own label Bad Seed Ltd. Recorded at La Fabrique in southern France, it is the band's first album not to feature founding member Mick Harvey, who departed the band in January 2009, and the first album to feature founding member Barry Adamson since Your Funeral... My Trial (1986). The cover image shows Cave opening a window shutter to illuminate his naked wife, Susie Bick, and was shot by Dominique Issermann in the couple's own bedroom. Personnel: Nick Cave – vocals, piano, electric piano, additional mixing, design Warren Ellis – violin, viola, tenor guitar, flute, synthesizer, electric piano, loops, backing vocals, additional mixing Martyn P. Casey – bass (1–6, 8), backing vocals Barry Adamson – bass (7, 9), backing vocals Conway Savage – vocals, backing vocals Thomas Wydler – drums, backing vocals Jim Sclavunos – percussion, backing vocals Additional musicians George Vjestica – twelve-string guitar (4, 5), backing vocals (5, 8) Chris Dauray – saxophone (8) Jessica Neilson – bass clarinet (8) Ryan Porter – trombone (8) Antonio Beliveau – backing vocals (1, 3, 7, 9) Aya Peard – backing vocals (1, 3, 7, 9) Jason Evigan – backing vocals (1, 3, 7, 9) Natalie Wilde – backing vocals (1, 3, 7, 9) Martha Skye Murphy – backing vocals (1, 3, 7) Children Of Ecole Saint Martin – backing vocals (4, 8, 9) Recording Push the Sky Away was recorded at La Fabrique, a recording studio based in a 19th century mansion in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France. It was produced by Nick Launay, who produced Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds three previous studio albums—Nocturama (2003), Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus (2004) and Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! (2008)— and Grinderman's two studio albums. Segments of the album's recording sessions were featured in the official trailer for Push the Sky Away, which was posted on YouTube upon the album's announcement. The band entered the studio when Nick Cave had "unformed and pupal" ideas, and the band "[transformed] them into things of wonder." Read more on Last.fm.

  • Skeleton Tree (2016)
    1. Jesus Alone
    2. Rings Of Saturn
    3. Girl In Amber
    4. Magneto
    5. Anthrocene
    6. I Need You
    7. Distant Sky
    8. Skeleton Tree

    Skeleton Tree is the sixteenth studio album by Australian rock band Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds. It was released on 9 September 2016 on Bad Seed Ltd. A follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed album Push the Sky Away (2013), Skeleton Tree was recorded over 18 months at Retreat Recording Studios in Brighton, La Frette Studios in La Frette-sur-Seine and Air Studios in London. It was produced by Nick Cave, Warren Ellis and Nick Launay. During the sessions Cave's 15-year-old son Arthur died from an accidental cliff fall. Most of the album had been written at the time of Cave's son's death, but several lyrics were amended by Cave during subsequent recording sessions and feature themes of death, loss and personal grief. Skeleton Tree's minimal production and "less polished" sound incorporates elements of electronica and ambient music and, like Push the Sky Away, features extensive use of synthesizers, drum machines and loops. Several songs on the album utilise avant-garde techniques, including the use of dissonant musical elements and non-standard song structures. Cave's allegorical and often-improvised lyrics have also been noted to be less narrative and character-based than on previous Bad Seeds albums. One More Time with Feeling, a documentary film about the aftermath of Cave's son's death and the recording process of Skeleton Tree, accompanied the album's release. Directed by Andrew Dominik, the film received a limited release and was conceived by Cave to explain the context and themes of Skeleton Tree without conducting interviews with the media. Both the film and the album received widespread critical acclaim. Read more on Last.fm.