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No More Shall We Part (Reprise). Review by Terry Eagan.
February 1998 :: Print :: Nick Cave (Michael Crown)
Or, should I recast, can it commence? Yes, it can. Truth be sadly told, this is my
first introduction to The Tindersticks. Yeah, I know: Being a big fan of Nick Cave, ...
... and intensity that it is hard not to sing (or scream) every word of every song.
The music is a combination of Nick Cave depression and Radiohead intensity.
And, hey, B even has the, um, balls to cover Nick Cave's "Do You Love Me?" here
, doing a bang-up job of it, and far better than Metallica's stab at "Loverman.
I would have liked to have heard a vocalist who sounds a bit angrier; Kohl sings a
bit too much, in a strange, almost Nick Cave-esque voice. It just doesn't mesh ...
Alvarius B's lead singer croons like a second-rate Nick Cave, so their three songs
are totally lame. The Cerberus Shoal tracks are disappointing, yet intriguingly ...
Nov 10, 2008 ... He strikes poses and whoops it up somewhere between an outlaw country ruffian
, madman choir director, and Nick Cave, leeeeeeaning his ...
His throaty delivery, reminiscent of Nick Cave on an off day, isn't anything we
haven't heard a hundred times before and ten times better. At least he tones it ...
Nick Cave captures a side of east Sussex that you'll never see on travel posters
in this novel that Carl F Gauze likens to Death of a Salesman for the 21st ...