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|1. Wonderful Life|
|2. He Wants You|
|3. Right Out Of Your Hand|
|4. Bring It On|
|5. Dead Man In My Bed|
|6. Still In Love|
|7. There Is A Town|
|8. Rock Of Gibraltar|
|9. She Passed By My Window|
|10. Babe, I'm On Fire|
It is very simplistic, no fiery guitars or wild synthesized sound.
As a long,long-time fan of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds I am constantly amazed at how their music changes and flows with each new album always evolving and growing.
That is not to say that it is bad, but i pales in comparrison to the former albums like "No More Shall We Part" and "The Boatman's Call".
While I'm a huge Nick Cave fan, this isn't one of his best works (in my opinion). Still, it's Cave on his journey and well worth having. All Nick Cave is a must. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kurk Schoner
'Bring It On,' 'He Wants You' and 'Babe, I'm On Fire' are the highlights of the album. The rest of it kind of just sounds the same. It's like the generic version of Abattoir Blues. Read morePublished 11 months ago by dvd-addict91
As a long,long-time fan of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds I am constantly amazed at how their music changes and flows with each new album always evolving and growing. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amber N.
A great album and worth every penny namely for the last track - there's a reason it's 14 minutes long, give it a listen (not to sell short the other tracks, many good songs here). Read morePublished on October 17, 2008 by Shane Ratliff
Given, I'm only a fairly recent (last 2-3 years) Nick Cave fan, and only own 8 of his albums (including Abbatior Blues/Lyre Live and B-Sides), but I loved this album. Read morePublished on February 4, 2008 by madbookworm
No More Shall We Part encapsulated everything Nick Cave was, taking him to the pinnacle of his songwriting ability combining the best elements of his previous albums. Read morePublished on August 9, 2007 by Poor Napoleon
I freely admit that I'm on the mellower side of most Nick fans - I love the man for his lyrical brilliance and his innovations, not for his songs that sound like he's playing the... Read morePublished on April 16, 2007 by C. E. Creager