Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - From Her To Eternity
NME.COM feature on Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - From Her To Eternity album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 01 June 1984
- May 17, 2013
The grand lord of gothic lushness is 55 and still in his prime on this majestic and desolate masterpiece
- Feb 15, 2013
New sermons from the old prince of darkness. Carling Academy, Glasgow (May 4)
- May 15, 2008
The promo features a new live version of the track
Band unveiled the song on the opening night of their just-finished UK tour
'Live from KCRW' is released on December 2, 2014
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - From Her To Eternity: Wikipedia Album Entry
Released June 18, 1984
Recorded September 1983 - March 1984
Genre Post-punk,rock,alter rock
Label Mute Records
From Her to Eternity is the debut album released by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds in 1984.
"Avalanche" (Leonard Cohen) – 5:13
"Cabin Fever!" – 6:11
"Well of Misery" – 5:25
"From Her to Eternity" – 5:33
"In the Ghetto" (Mac Davis) - 4:06 (CD only)
"The Moon Is in the Gutter" – 2:36 (CD only)
"Saint Huck" – 7:22
"Wings off Flies" (Cave, Sutcliffe, Jim Thirlwell) – 4:06
"A Box for Black Paul" – 9:42
"From Her to Eternity" (1987 version from the Wim Wenders film Der Himmel Über Berlin) – 4:35 (CD only)
"Avalanche" is a cover of the Leonard Cohen song.
"Well of Misery" is partly in the style of a rhythmic work song or sea shanty.
"In the Ghetto" is a version of the Elvis song written by Mac Davis.
"Saint Huck" lyrics make reference to Huckleberry Finn, The Odyssey and Elvis.
"A Box for Black Paul" possibly refers to the breakup of Cave's previous band the Birthday Party, however, Cave himself has never verified this.
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