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Cave, Nick & The Bad Seeds : Fifteen Feet Of Pure White Snow

A great song from a fantastic album and a terrible single rolled into one.

A great song from a fantastic album and a terrible single

rolled into one. If ever a clue was needed as to why Cave enjoys commercial success in the album chart only, look here. This is a ghostly sermon about losing children under snow, released

in May. Hmm. Still, credit to the old buzzard for not sacrificing

his poor track record with singles by releasing a rip-roaring love song from 'No More Shall We

Part' - an album available for

you to buy instead.





Ted Kessler

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