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|1. Song Of Joy|
|2. Stagger Lee|
|3. Henry Lee|
|4. Lovely Creature|
|5. Where The Wild Roses Grow|
|6. The Curse Of Millhaven|
|7. The Kindness Of Strangers|
|8. Crow Jane|
|9. O'Malley's Bar|
|10. Death Is Not The End|
one of the greatest albums ever made, this should still be on the top of the charts its that goodPublished 4 months ago by polka music best music
If Let Love In (Collector's Edition) could not be considered a sufficient comeback after the rather weak Henrys Dream (Rm) (Enhanced), this album certainly can. Read morePublished on Nov. 23 2012 by brotagonist
Prurient? Nefarious? Perhaps.
Also, lush and beautiful odes that take one mysteriously beyond the subject matter and into strangely soothing realms. Read more
Ah, dearest Nick Cave, you are music's last hope. How perfect an idea to sing little folksy, countryish ballads about gruesome murders. Read morePublished on Oct. 7 2002 by DerUeberMensch
Nick's finest, in my humble opinion. "Stagger Lee" is simply one of the best songs EVER!!!!!!! Every cut is unbelievable.Published on Aug. 11 2002 by "firstname.lastname@example.org"
A co-worker said to me "If you love Tom Waits, then you'll love Nick Cave." And since I am a die-hard Waits fan, I bought this album on his recomendation. Lord, was he wrong. Read morePublished on July 16 2002 by S. Dufrechou
This album is Nick Cave to the hundredth power. His obsession with violence, love, death, and Southern culture (and how they all relate) populate this album like a disease -- the... Read morePublished on June 18 2002 by eRgO
This album is dark and menacing and I love it. Song of Joy is just really morbid. This man has a real talent for abusive unnerving songs. Just awesome.Published on June 12 2002 by "beelzibub"
a fantastic album that started as a joke and became their best selling album. nick is mytified and slightly diturbed at this, but at the same time loves this album. Read morePublished on May 14 2002 by jennifer p