Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Collector’s Edition DVD Trailer

The final three titles in the Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Collector Editions series are due out 30 July: Nocturama, Abattoir Blues/The Lyre of Orpheus, Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!

Product & purchase info for all NCATBS Deluxe Collector’s Editions is HERE.

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I write contemporary LGBTQ fiction that explores the dark & light of human love and desire. Interests: Progressive politics, visual arts, vintage illustration, mid-century design. French films, Queer cinema. Literary quotes. J'adore Paris. Ich liebe Berlin.

One thought on “Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Collector’s Edition DVD Trailer

  1. Review:

    The Quietus – David Bennun , August 6th (extract follows)
    http://thequietus.com/articles/09603-nick-cave-bad-seeds-reissues-nocturama-abbatoir-blues-dig-lazarus-dig

    On Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!!:

    “Lazarus… where to begin? It was only four years ago, so it’s not as if you’re likely to have forgotten. But in case you’ve retrieved this review from some improbably preserved server in a future wherein civilisation has either (a) collapsed, or (b) occurred, then this album will function, either way, as a quite delicious told-you-so. In its swaggering absurdism, its lewd self-mockery, its cantankerous glee, it is a piece of work that wallows in its own exuberant contradictions. Literary devices? By the skipload. Scorn for literary devices? Sweltering with it. Derision for our myths and mores? Plenty, and then some. Ridicule for the iconoclastic posturing with which we attack them? There you go. Prolix, prolix… well, when in Rome.”

    “Most albums, you’ll allow, which attempted synapse-popping cerebration with a cock-swinging leer, would likely induce you to frisbee them out of the window in the faint hope of scoring a long-odds hit on somebody involved in the making of them. This one is liable to leave you grinning like a priapic chimp. When it isn’t doing salacious, it can do eerie, too, on ‘Jesus Of The Moon’; while on ‘Hold On To Yourself’ and ‘Midnight Man’, it accomplishes both.”

    “…The Bad Seeds always were one hell of a band. Over time, and shifting line-ups, they have also become a formidable set of players. Very few acts succeed at growing old both gracefully and disgracefully. Just one more of the many paradoxes that make this lot as endlessly captivating as they are.”

    Agreed. Nice review, David.

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