Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Skeleton Tree album flac
- Album: Skeleton Tree
- FLAC: 1936 mb | MP3: 1183 mb
- Released: 2016
- Style: Alternative Rock
- Rating: 4.1/5
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|6||I Need You|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4582214514994
|BS009V, 5060454943846||Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds||Skeleton Tree (LP, Album)||Bad Seed Ltd., Bad Seed Ltd.||BS009V, 5060454943846||Europe||2016|
|none||Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds||Skeleton Tree (8xFile, AAC, Album, 256)||Bad Seed Ltd.||none||2016|
|5060454943839||Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds||Skelton Tree (CD-ROM)||Kobalt Music Publishing||5060454943839||Australia||2016|
|BS009V||Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds||Skeleton Tree (8xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Bad Seed Ltd.||BS009V||Europe||2016|
|BS009CD||Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds||Skeleton Tree (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Bad Seed Ltd.||BS009CD||Russia||2016|
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Their 16th album comes with a ‘stark, fragile and raw’ documentary film that ‘delves into the tragic backdrop of the writing and recording of the album’.
Skeleton Tree is the sixteenth studio album by Australian rock band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. It was released on 9 September 2016 on Bad Seed Ltd. A follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed album Push the Sky Away (2013), Skeleton Tree was recorded over 18 months at Retreat Recording Studios in Brighton, La Frette Studios in La Frette-sur-Seine and Air Studios in London. It was produced by Nick Cave, Warren Ellis and Nick Launay
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds’ sixteenth studio album, Skeleton Tree, is out now on vinyl, CD and across all digital platforms. Skeleton Tree began its journey in late 2014 at Retreat Studios, Brighton, with further sessions at La Frette Studios, France in autumn 2015. The album was mixed at AIR Studios, London in early 2016. Classically trained Danish soprano Else Torp provides guest vocals on ‘Distant Sky’.
The writing and recording of Skeleton Tree had commenced before the tragic incident, but the album was completed in its aftermath, and its specter hangs over it like a black fog. This is a record that exists in the headspace and guts of someone who’s endured an unspeakable, inconsolable trauma. If you try to listen to Skeleton Tree removed from its somber context, the album feels very much like a natural step from 2013’s Push the Sky Away, whose premium on disquieting, ambient textures and wandering-mind lyricism now seems like less like a momentary detour than the gateway into an intriguing new phase for the Bad Seeds. But where that record rallied for show-stopping epics like Jubilee Street and Higgs Boson Blues, Skeleton Tree’s drones and jitters offer no such moments of release.
Album Art. One More Time With Feeling Poster. Now, we come to discover that the moments of agony are likewise permanent With such permanence as time has. We appreciate this better In the agony of others, nearly experienced, Involving ourselves, than in our own. For our own past is covered by the currents of action, But the torment of others remains an experience Unqualified, unworn by subsequent attrition. People change, and smile: but the agony abides. THE DRY SALVAGES (No. 3 of ‘Four Quartets’) .
Album · 2016 · 8 Songs. On his latest collaboration with the Bad Seeds, Nick Cave pulls us through the gorgeous, groaning terrors of Anthrocene and Jesus Alone only to deliver us, scarred but safe, to I Need You and Skeleton Tree, a pair of tender, mournful folk ballads. Skeleton Tree Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Listen on Apple Music.
Made in the EU. Published by Kobalt Music Group Ltd. Recorded at The Retreat by Kevin Paul and at La Frette by Nick Launay Mixed at Ai. .Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Skeleton Tree (8xFile, AAC, Album, 256). Skelton Tree (CD-ROM). Kobalt Music Publishing.
Skeleton Tree offers little solace, but as the Bad Seeds’ 16th album, it gives the listener an experience that is unshakable. In the canon of Bad Seeds albums Skeleton Tree is immensely difficult to pin down.
All the things we love, we lose, Nick Cave sings on Anthrocene, a dark and jazzy rumination on loss from Skeleton Tree, his captivating 16th album with backing band the Bad Seeds. The song as a whole is so understated and loose that the earnestness of his lyrics catch you by surprise. Here is the dean of literary gothic song-craft, a master of wordplay, symbolism and irony, baring his soul like never before. Although Cave still writes safely from the perspective of characters on Skeleton Tree‘s eight songs, the grief on each track is undeniably and uniquely his own. Last summer, while Cave was writing the record, one of his twin sons, Arthur, age 15, fell off a cliff to his death in Brighton, England.