Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

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Nick Cave & Blixa Bargeld - Real men swag like this folks.) Edit/ you guys are just too much❤ Nick Cave, Susie Cave, Photo Rock, Beautiful Men, Beautiful People, Red Right Hand, Goth Bands, The Bad Seed, Music Pics

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - La Luna Bruxelles (16.05.1994)

sounding big, bad and beautiful Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - La Luna Bruxelles (16.05.1994) Setlist: 01 Loverman 02 Brother my cup is empty 03 Red right hand 04 City of refuge 05 Let love in 06 Do you love me 07 The ship song 08 Papa wont leave you Henry 09 Jangling Jack 10 The Weeping Song 11 Jack the Ripper 12 The Mercy seat 13 Your Funeral My Trial 14 The Good Son 15 The Loom of the Land http://www.mediafire.com/?fnx7dijlmnl

Is that the gold blade you stuck in the head of a girl, Nick Cave? (check out Gold Blade" by the Birthday Party, though this photo is Bad Seeds era) Rock N, Rock And Roll, Don't Like Me, My Love, Red Right Hand, Mike Patton, The Bad Seed, Nick Cave, Aesthetic People

It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate on We Heart It

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Nick & Blixa – Nick Cave Fixes Beautiful Mind, Beautiful People, Red Right Hand, The Bad Seed, Nick Cave, Music Icon, Post Punk, Music Is Life, Music Artists

The Interimlovers: Photo

"The destructive character is young and cheerful. For destroying rejuvenate, because it clears away the traces of our own age; it cheers, because everything cleared away means to the destroyer a complete reduction, indeed a rooting out, out of his own condition." The Destructive Character, Walter Benjamin (November 1931)

If you have seen Mark Reeder’s B-Movie: Lust and Sound in West Berlin, then you may recognize the footage used from the Nick Cave Documentary Stranger in a Strange land,… Nick Cave, Berlin Hauptstadt, The Bad Seed, First Novel, Music Photo, Music Icon, Music Music, Music Stuff, Post Punk

NATURAL BORN WORLD SHAKERS

“Nick Cave spent much of the mid-1980s writing his first novel - And the Ass Saw the Angel. He would retreat to Berlin and immerse himself in the world of its protagonist, the deaf-mute Euchrid...