#1
Okay so i used the search bar and nothing came up, I went to see Nick Cave last tuesday and almost everyone i talked to who were uner the age of 18 had never heard of him, i was severely dissapointed. So if you're reasonably young and know and love Nick Cave then please tell me and restore my faith. Also his live show was one of the best ive ever been to.
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That does seem to be the general impression of the fanbase. I imagine that its similar to what Leonard Cohen's fans were like back in the 60s/70s.
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#6
I'm 18.


First got into him age 16 after hearing his Disco 2000 cover.


Only know only one other fella who likes them.
#7
been listening to him for a few years now, i'm 18... and a bunch of my friends are into nick cave but maybe they're just weird
#9
I only really started listening to him after I saw him in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.
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#12
just like to say I was born and lived in Wangaratta which is where he grew up tehehe
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just like to say I was born and lived in Wangaratta which is where he grew up tehehe


That's where my grandparent's used to live.
i've been there heaps, great place.

Let Love In is such a fantastic record.
i'm really getting into Nick's stuff.
#14
Yeah when I saw the documentary on TV he was talking about how he hated it and **** but its still cool to know its a good setting for the music he made though murder ballads etc and Beechworth even though he probably didnt write any music there
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#16
I just revived the first thread the search bar came up with so yeah
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#17
Love Nick Cave, i'm 22 by the way.
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#18
I like nick cave and Imm 17.

Mind you Ive been a bit bogged down with the birthdayparty lately.

His back catalogue take a while to get into.
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#19
Probably my favourite solo artist EVER. I have all the albums, and some of his side project stuff.

'Murder Ballads' is probably my favourite of his albums, at least, the only of his where I think every song is ace.

The Birthday Party were quite cool too, though hugely different to most of the Bad Seeds back catalogue.
#20
I heard 'Dig, Lazarus, Dig' on a local public station recently, and I must say my interest was piqued.

And since everybody seems so interested in the ages of people in this thread? 14.
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#21
I always hear about The Birthday Party being pretty influential, I have Junkyard and Prayers on Fire
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#24
So, "Lay Me Low" is a pretty fantastic song.
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#26
Im 14 and I know who he is and listened to The Firstborn is Dead when I was maybe 13 but I havenet listened in a long time. I know that J mascis (one of my favorites) cites him as a major influence. But like what does he sound like and wheres a good starting point to get into his music.
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#27
the birthday party,none of their albums are bad.even prayers of fire and junkyard.i'm 22 by the way, and i'm indonesian.My band also heavily influenced with BP.Nick cave lyrics never wear out,even if you hear iy in another 10 years.For the bad seed, i think it's just a cooling down from that wild era of birthday party, but yes still have the same kind of rage but in an ear friendly way.Mercy seat and i let love in are the best,for lovesongs i reccomend Love letter,to be by your side and into my arms