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Push the Sky Away [VINYL]

Nick Cave, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Vinyl
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
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  • Vinyl (19 Feb 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Bad Seed Ltd
  • ASIN: B00AJLHTT0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 161,287 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hauntingly beautiful. 18 Feb 2013
Format:MP3 Download|Verified Purchase
This has been a much-anticipated album for many people, myself included. The Grinderman project Nick Cave has been working on has been far louder than the recent Bad Seeds albums, and there were rumours that this album would be a good deal quieter than previous Bad Seeds offerings. The release of the first track - We No Who U R - seemed to indicate that was indeed the case. But would it still be a Nick Cave album as we know and love them?

This is a highly introspective album, and seems to come from a different place than the last Bad Seeds outing "Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!" from 2008. It certainly is a good deal quieter in that there are no clearly identifiable rock tracks, but it is definitely a Nick Cave album. The melancholy comes through in every track, and Nick's voice is as mournful as ever. I hate to draw comparisons with other artists, but it does remind me in tone of the classic Scott Walker albums - the same poetry, the same swooping arrangements, the same truly heart-felt emotion which comes over through the speakers. Comparisons aside however, this seems to me an album in which Nick has the same passion for what he does, but does it in a much calmer way.

It will put some fans off, I know, and it will certainly divide the music press. It's not what we've heard from Nick in a while - perhaps elements of The Boatman's Call - and some people will think this is a bad thing, but it is for me one of the most lovely things I have heard for some time. Standout tracks are Higgs Boson Blues, Water's Edge, and Jubilee Street (especially Jubilee Street - truly a wonderful song), and the whole thing is just a brilliant collection - play it through headphones without distractions, and just listen intently to what is passing into your ears.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
By Red on Black TOP 50 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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Nick Cave has always been about wild contrasts. Recall that after the brutal "Murder Ballads" came the most beautiful Bad Seeds record, the gorgeously meditative "Boatman's Call". Setting aside the naked aggression of the Grinderman records, the Bad Seeds last full album was 2008's electrifying whacked out blues of "Dig Lazarus Dig" so there is a quiet inevitably that the great man will take a tangential turn. Coming in the shape of the 15th studio album by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Push the sky away" sees him return with a melancholy beast that is contemplative and measured. This is not the fiery Nick Cave but the one who reflects on the human condition and uses the sea as a metaphor for a cast of subjects leading to the production of a stunning album which is as quietly powerful has any thing they have done to date.

The departure of Mick Harvey has impacted and into the vacuum he has left steps Cave's soundtrack collaborator Warren Ellis, whose slow instrumentation and ghostly keyboard parts establish an ominous often soured mood. The nine songs here range from the gently rolling "We no who U R" which oozes a sultry almost Portishead style atmosphere to the albums absolute standout of the near eight minute "Higgs Boson Blues" so wasted it could have be happily located within the grooves of Neil Young's "On the Beach". It's a burningly strung out powerhouse saga that name checks an eclectic list that includes Robert Johnson, the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was shot in Memphis, Hannah Montana and Milly Cyrus. When at one point Cave sings "Well here comes Lucifer/With his canon law, And a hundred black babies runnin' from his genocidal jaw/He got the real killer groove" it is almost scary.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A minor masterpiece 22 Feb 2013
Format:Audio CD
With each listen, I increasing come to the conclusion that this is a minor masterpiece!

There are far better individual Bad Seeds songs on other albums, but as a cohesive album this works beautifully.

Adjectives such as ambient, liquid, minimalist and haunting are all perfectly correct. The whole is far greater than the sum of the parts.

A Brighton based pastoral concept album.

To quote one title track: it is Real Cool!
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW! 23 Feb 2013
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I know there are a lot of lifelong Nick Cave fans giving mixed reviews on here and in that respect I must be impartial. I have 'dabbled' with his music since 'Let Love In' came out and have been blown away by many of his tunes but never a full LP. So I write this review as a fan of music in general. I like all types of music regardless of genre...if the music is good then don't put a label on it, great music is great music. Which brings me to 'Push The Sky Away'...I heard Nick Cave had a new album out and thought I'd give it a go. To be honest I have just been waiting for the new Bowie album and was passing the time giving it a listen. I tried 'Jubilee Street' first which blew me away so streamed the LP. I kept returning to 'Jubilee Street' because it haunted me. After listening to the album in full I placed my order for the vinyl and since then it has been on heavy rotation. Not only (mark my words) will this be the album of 2013 at the end of year polls but it is simply one of the best albums I have ever heard by Nick Cave or anybody. Remember, I have never been a huge Nick Cave fan, but now in 2013 I am returning to his back catalogue on the strength of this album alone. A STONE COLD CLASSIC!!!!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
enough said
Published 7 days ago by Gary Stillings
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Great album
Published 19 days ago by paul
5.0 out of 5 stars Go out and buy it if you haven't already
Either the best or second best album of 2013, and an excellent example of the vinyl format!
Published 1 month ago by FiftySomething
2.0 out of 5 stars going over the same old, same old
what a bunch of carp. ageing hipster rubbish. actually i liked the title track but everything else washed over me. he doesn't deserve to have such a beautiful wife. Read more
Published 1 month ago by J. M. Edwards
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
The best Nice Cave album i've heard in years.
Published 2 months ago by stephen groves
5.0 out of 5 stars great
Typical Nick Cave - enjoyable
Published 2 months ago by mandymw
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
A very satisfactory purchase
Published 2 months ago by Jacqueline Flynn
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome...
As good as any of his albums that you think are good.. every track is excellent, everything is just perfect.. possibly his best ever...
Published 4 months ago by Signalman
5.0 out of 5 stars Push the sky away - Nick Cave
This album is great, one of his best. Buy it if you like The Boatmans Call as they are similar and suit a certain type of mood.
Published 5 months ago by Ms Jane M Kerry
1.0 out of 5 stars Knackered vinyl
Unfortunately I had a pretty rubbish time with the vinyl, a problem I assume with the pressing. I had it replaced 3 times and all had the same issue. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Frank.F.Forman
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