5 Outstanding NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS Albums

Turn Up The Volume’s 5 most played NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS albums.

1. LET LOVE IN – 8th LP – 1994

Pitchfork: “Cave’s love songs could easily turn into death songs, it was inevitable
that he’d devote an entire album to exploring that symbiotic relationship.”

Score: 8.5/10

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2. HENRY’S DREAM – 7th album – 1992

NME: “Primarily bloodied, fiercely energetic, vituperative music.
Henry’s Dream’digs deep into the ancient lore of the blues
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Score: 8/10

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3. THE BOATMAN’S CALL – 10th LP – 1997

AllMusic: “This is a stunning and captivating piece of work. Beautiful
album of faith, hope, hopelessness, frustration and despair
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Score: 9/10

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4. DIG LAZARUS DIG!!! – 14th LP – 2008

Tiny Mix Tapes: “Rock, country, blues, and post-punk rhythms meld with Cave’s lyrics on
sex, death, God, and America to create what could be one of his most perfect albums yet.”

Score: 9/10

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5. PUSHING THE SKY AWAY – 15th LP – 2013

The Guardian: “Funeral-paced songs and stripped-down music that
calls to mind Leonard Cohen fronting James Blake minimalism.”

Score: 8/10

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