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Abattoir Blues/the Lyre of Orpheus Import


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  • Audio CD (Dec 1 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Mute
  • ASIN: B000B4KZZA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

Disc: 1
1. Get Ready For Love
2. Cannibal's Hymn
3. Hiding All Away
4. Messiah Ward
5. There She Goes, My Beautiful World
6. Nature Boy
7. Abbatoir Blues
8. Let The Bells Ring
9. Fable Of The Brown Ape
Disc: 2
1. The Lyre Of Orpheus
2. Breathless
3. Babe, You Turn Me On
4. Easy Money
5. Supernaturally
6. Spell
7. Carry Me
8. O Children

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By Pieter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 22 2006
Format: Audio CD
The hard rock blast of Get Ready For Love with its tempo variation opens Abbatoir Blues. Cannibal's Hymn is a slow but intense rock ballad and is followed by the somewhat messy but equally powerful Hiding All Away. The music but not the lyrics, lightens up with the subdued love song Messiah Ward. There She Goes My Beautiful World with its disturbing imagery and edgy rhythmic patterns is a tour de force.

Nature Boy, a driving rock song with a beautiful melody and poetic lyrics, is one of the highlights. The mid-tempo track Let The Bells Ring is another track with a nervous beat and a lovely chorus. This CD concludes with Fable Of The Brown Ape, a slow number with a complex arrangement. Abattoir Blues contains mostly harder rock songs that sound messy at first listen but make sense after repeated spins. Perhaps it could be considered as Nick Cave's own Exile On Main Street.

More melodious, the Orpheus CD has a gentler overall sound and more immediately memorable compositions. The title track is a long story song in a bluesy vein. It is followed by the tuneful Breathless, an exquisitely beautiful love song which is one of my favourites. The atmospheric Babe You Turn Me On is another tender ballad with a gorgeous melody. After the meandering interlude of Easy Money comes the uptempo rock of Supernaturally that becomes quite rousing in the chorus.

The subdued song Spell has a dreamy quality as has the next one, Carry Me, with its moving spiritual undertone. The Orpheus CD concludes with O Children, a ruminative song with a gospel feel. This double album is an impressive showcase of Cave's multifaceted talents. Rock fans will prefer Abattoir Blues but I find the contemplative Orpheus more appealing. More precise rating: Four and a half stars.
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By Pieter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 22 2006
Format: Audio CD
The hard rock blast of Get Ready For Love with its tempo variation opens Abbatoir Blues. Cannibal's Hymn is a slow but intense rock ballad and is followed by the somewhat messy but equally powerful Hiding All Away. The music but not the lyrics, lightens up with the subdued love song Messiah Ward. There She Goes My Beautiful World with its disturbing imagery and edgy rhythmic patterns is a tour de force.

Nature Boy, a driving rock song with a beautiful melody and poetic lyrics, is one of the highlights. The mid-tempo track Let The Bells Ring is another track with a nervous beat and a lovely chorus. This CD concludes with Fable Of The Brown Ape, a slow number with a complex arrangement. Abattoir Blues contains mostly harder rock songs that sound messy at first listen but make sense after repeated spins. Perhaps it could be considered as Nick Cave's very own Exile On Main Street.

More melodious, the Orpheus CD has a gentler overall sound and more immediately memorable compositions. The title track is a long story song in a bluesy vein. It is followed by the tuneful Breathless, an exquisitely beautiful love song which is one of my favourites. The atmospheric Babe You Turn Me On is another tender ballad with a gorgeous melody. After the meandering interlude of Easy Money comes the uptempo rock of Supernaturally that becomes quite rousing in the chorus.

The subdued Spell has a dreamy quality as has the next one, Carry Me, with its moving spiritual undertone. The Orpheus CD concludes with O Children, a ruminative song with a gospel feel. This double album is an impressive showcase of Cave's multifaceted talents. Rock fans will prefer Abattoir Blues but I find the contemplative Orpheus more appealing. More exact rating: Four and a half stars.
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By Ralph Muench on Oct. 19 2005
Format: Audio CD
This has to be the best album by Nick Cave to date. I had approached him with caution in the past, as his music can be quite frankly, depressing, however I had no trouble loving this one. It is very approachable. If you are checking him out for the first time, this would be a good place to start.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Leanid on Feb. 9 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is strange album for me. Previous Nick Cave's albums were all different, but each one was in similar mood. This one includes two CD's and some songs I can listen over and over again, but some just put me off. Nature Boy, Abattoir Blues, Let The Bells Ring, The Fable Of The Brown Ape are amazing and if you add The Lyre Of Orpheus, Easy Money, Supernaturally and Spell from second CD you will get one great album. You can hear the old notes, you can feel old mood from 'Let love In' and a little bit from Neil Young music in 'Dead Man'. I did not get other songs at all. They are nothing like I heard from Nick Cave and not in a good way.
You might need to program your CD player to skip some songs or maybe rip good ones to mp3, but you don't want to miss it.
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Format: Audio CD
This is one of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds albums ever. I really can't say much other than that because I'm stoned.
Go buy this album and get high.
Cheers.
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