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  • Audio CD (Jan. 12 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mute U.S.
  • ASIN: B000003Z4C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #128,723 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Do You Love Me?
2. Nobody's Baby Now
3. Loverman
4. Jangling Jack
5. Red Right Hand
6. I Let Love In
7. Thirsty Dog
8. Ain't Gonna Rain Anymore
9. Lay Me Low
10. Do You Love Me? Part 2

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Digitally remastered edition of this 1994 album from the acclaimed singer/songwriter. Nick Cave formed the Bad Seeds following the end of his previous band Birthday Party. The Bad Seeds brought together former Birthday Party guitarist Mick Harvey (drums), ex-Magazine bassist Barry Adamson, and Einstrzende Neubauten guitarist Blixa Bargeld. EMI.

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Ten or so albums into their careers, if not sooner, artists tend to subside into laziness, self-parody, or fruitless second-guessing of the musical climate. It is entirely in keeping with Cave's willful obstinate character that at roughly that point he started making his very best work. Let Love In is a masterpiece. It sounds both like a summation of everything Cave and his peerless band the Bad Seeds have ever done well--string-laden ballads; gothic blues; brooding, gospel-tinged rock & roll--and is a cohesive collection in its own right. "Do You Love Me?" might even be the single best thing Cave and the Bad Seeds have ever come up with: here he's passionate, literate, and funny; they are muscular, sensitive, and menacing. --Andrew Mueller

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Hubbard on June 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
Once in a blue moon, I feel absolutely compelled to review an album, simply because it has recently absolutely blown my mind. This is one such record. As much as I love the Birthday Party, and several other Cave output, this may be the single greatest album that I've heard with his name attached. "Nobody's Baby Now" is so good it almost hurts, and I don't care who the hell has covered "Loverman" (including Metallica), there's no topping the version included herein. Once you add in masterpieces like "Do You Love Me" and "Thirsty Dog," along with the supernal "Red Right Hand," there is barely a chance of topping this record. In terms of consistency alone, it's one of the greatest albums I've ever heard. If you have any curiousity about the work of Cave, with the BP or the BS, you absolutely MUST check this album out first. If ever there was a record that will lead you to pursue other records in an artist's catalogue, this is the one. Simply put, this is brilliant beyond words. I've studied the holy books, and this album will put you closer to "the truth" than most of them.
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By GB Absalon on Dec 18 2003
Format: Audio CD
Oh, Nick, I thank thee for what you recorded! I'd kill for 'Loverman', 'Red right hand (this memorable bass guitar line)', 'I let love in' and 'Lay me low'. These songs are nothing very innovative but anyway precious gems not only for Cave's fans. If you didn't like 'The first born is dead' etc. you may give Nick a second chance - he's more 'edible' now, but nevertheless fantastic, and singing unforgettable things, with his dark humour, and well-known deviations. As for music, it's almost an album to be played on the radio, as for lyrics, I'd never let my little child listen to the radio if I knew Nick was there. No drawbacks, as for this album, a complete masterpiece
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By Steven Aldersley TOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 23 2014
Format: Audio CD
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have produced several great albums. The music is usually dark and moody, but also includes some tender ballads and the occasional rant. The Bad Seeds are very much a part of the sound, and are superb live. This is marginally the best of their efforts, and is full of excellent tracks. The stand out track is Red Right Hand which is really atmospheric and transports me to a sinister place. There are some very strong tracks on this album and I consider it essential listening.
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By brotagonist TOP 500 REVIEWER on Nov. 23 2012
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Cave's early masterworks period is behind him. A more straightforward rock sound is now in evidence on this album and on Murder Ballads (Collector's Edition). Nevertheless, these two albums may still be considered essential. Of particular note are Do You Love Me, Loverman, Jangling Jack, Red Right Hand, I Let Love In, Thirsty Dog and Ain't Gonna Rain Anymore. The album is full of good listening.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Packham on Jan. 25 2004
Format: Audio CD
On 'Let Love In', Cave creates a pretty horrific 'anti-love' kind of mood - from the subtle cruelty of 'Nobody's Baby Now', to the demonic fury of 'Loverman', to the chilling pedophile in 'Do You Love Me (Part II)'. These are some really good songs that don't shy away from heavy themes, and in truth it is a relentlessly melancholic, violent album. The classic 'Do You Love Me' could be interpreted as the song of a brutal rapist, and the frantic 'Jangling Jack' is a pretty wrenching tale.
But that doesn't mean it's a bad album; rather, it's a d**n good one. It's hard-hitting, powerful and reveals all its charms and nuances after multiple listens. Cave comes through as a master songwriter and balladeer. This is top notch work.
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