Friday February 28, 2020

Album reviews

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: Ghosteen, The Blizzards: The Last Great Algorithm and Kitt Philippa: Human

13th October, 2019
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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: Ghosteen (Ghosteen Ltd)

Many people mistakenly believed that the lyrics of Nick Cave’s last album, 2016’s Skeleton Tree, were written about the death of his teenage son Arthur, who fell from a cliff near their home in Brighton in 2015. Although it was difficult to listen to Cave’s voice cracking on that record, most of it was written prior to his terrible loss. Ghosteen is the first...

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