Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds -《Murder Ballads》专辑[MP3!]

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds -《Murder Ballads》专辑[MP3!]
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    专辑: Murder Ballads
    艺人: Nick Cave the Bad Seeds
    厂牌: Mute/Reprise
    风格: Post-Punk/Gothic
    日期: 1996
    专辑简介:
    1996年,nick cave出版了经典的《谋杀歌谣》专辑。这张传统的谋杀歌谣实在魅力无穷,深深浸淫于传统的蓝草音乐、乡村乐、民谣和旧日歌谣的氛围中。整张专辑充满了各式各样的罪恶和叛逆。如果这些歌谣在尼克.凯夫之前并不存在,我敢打赌,他会以他特有的叙事方式将它们创造出来。
    在他与“生日派对”(Birthday Party,凯夫的第一个乐队,其专辑被《滚石》杂志评价为“后朋克时代最无序和野蛮的音乐”)和“坏种”乐队合作的十几张专辑中,凯夫已经创立了他自己的模式-他黑暗的故事有一种让时光停滞的感觉,仿佛这些故事是从被长久遗忘的废墟里发掘出来的。他的歌可能不会让人感到愉悦,他的音乐也似乎与时代不合拍,但这正是他的魅力所在。
    该专辑的名称很简单:《谋杀歌谣》,被认为是“10首歌以同样的方式结尾”,体现了一种对死亡的奇妙感觉,同时也不乏幽默感。无论是传统歌谣还是原创歌谣,都充分表现了凯夫风格,他创作了其音乐生涯中最黑暗、最令人困扰和最佳的作品。该专辑是当年的最佳专辑之一。
    谋杀歌谣 中的的每首歌都有其特殊含义,这是一张由绝对出色的艺术家创作的伟大的专辑。96年,他因该专辑被MTV音乐奖评为最佳男艺术家,但他婉拒了该荣誉,解释是:他不想与别人竞争,因为艺术是很主观的。
    专辑曲目:
    1.Song of joy
    2.Stagger lee
    3.Henry lee
    4.Lovely creature
    5.Where the wild roses grow
    6.The curse of millhaven
    7.The kindness of strangers
    8.Crow jane
    9.O malley s bar
    10.Death is not the end
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精选评论

第一次用电骡,找到自己一直在找的;耗时虽久,但是值得
哪位有歌词;麻烦贴上来
我喜欢其中一首歌曲,所以这张专辑下来听听看,喜欢叙述性的专辑。
啊...喜欢这张.
凯夫的经典之作!谋杀情歌!!!
 Song Of Joy
  
  Have mercy on me, sir
  Allow me to impose on you
  I have no place to stay
  And my bones are cold right through
  I will tell you a story
  Of a man and his family
  And I swear that it is true
  Ten years ago I met a girl named Joy
  She was a sweet and happy thing
  Her eyes were bright blue jewels
  And we were married in the spring
  I had no idea what happiness and little love could bring
  Or what life had in store
  But all things move toward their end
  All things move toward their their end
  On that you can be sure
  La la la la la la la la la la
  La la la la la la la la la la
  Then one morning I awoke to find her weeping
  And for many days to follow
  She grew so sad and lonely
  Became Joy in name only
  Within her breast there launched an unnamed sorrow
  And a dark and grim force set sail
  Farewell happy fields
  Where joy forever dwells
  * Hail horrors hail *
  Was it an act of contrition or some awful premonition
  As if she saw into the heart of her final blood-soaked night
  Those lunatic eyes, that hungry kitchen knife
  Ah, I see sir, that I have your attention!
  Well, could it be
  How often I've asked that question
  Well, then in quick succession
  We had babies, one, two, three
  We called them Hilda, Hattie and Holly
  They were their mother's children
  Their eyes were bright blue jewels
  And they were quiet as a mouse
  There was no laughter in the house
  No, not from Hilda, Hattie or Holly
  "No wonder", people said, "poor mother Joy's so melancholy"
  Well, one night there came a visitor to our little home
  I was visiting a sick friend
  I was a doctor then
  Joy and the girls were on their own
  La la la la la la la la la la
  La la la la la la la la la la
  Joy had been bound with electrical tape
  In her mouth a gag
  She'd been stabbed repeatedly
  And stuffed into a sleeping bag
  In their very cots my girls were robbed of their lives
  Method of murder much the same as my wife's
  Method of murder much the same as my wife's
  It was midnight when I arrived home
  Said to the police on the telephone
  Someone's taken four innocent lives
  They never caught the man
  He's still on the loose
  It seems he has done many many more
  Quotes John Milton on the walls in the victim's blood
  The police are investigating at tremendous cost
  In my house he wrote "his red right hand"
  That, I'm told is from Paradise Lost
  The wind round here gets wicked cold
  But my story is nearly told
  I fear the morning will bring quite a frost
  And so I've left my home
  I drift from land to land
  I am upon your step and you are a family man
  Outside the vultures wheel
  The wolves howl, the serpents hiss
  And to extend this small favour, friend
  Would be the sum of earthly bliss
  Do you reckon me a friend
  The sun to me is dark
  And silent as the moon
  Do you, sir, have a room
  Are you beckoning me in
  La la la la la la la la la la
  La la la la la la la la la la
  
  =================
  
  Stagger Lee
  
  It was back in '32 when times were hard
  He had a Colt .45 and a deck of cards
  Stagger Lee
  He wore rat-drawn shoes and an old stetson hat
  Had a '28 Ford, had payments on that
  Stagger Lee
  His woman threw him out in the ice and snow
  And told him, "Never ever come back no more"
  Stagger Lee
  So he walked through the rain and he walked through the mud
  Till he came to a place called The Bucket Of Blood
  Stagger Lee
  He said "Mr Mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]er, you know who I am"
  The barkeeper said, "No, and I don't give a good goddamn"
  To Stagger Lee
  He said, "Well bartender, it's plain to see
  I'm that bad mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]er called Stagger Lee"
  Mr. Stagger Lee
  Barkeep said, "Yeah, I've heard your name down the way
  And I kick mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing asses like you every day"
  Mr Stagger Lee
  Well those were the last words that the barkeep said
  'Cause Stag put four holes in his mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing head
  Just then in came a broad called Nellie Brown
  Was known to make more money than any bitch in town
  She struts across the bar, hitching up her skirt
  Over to Stagger Lee, she starts to flirt
  With Stagger Lee
  She saw the barkeep, said, "O God, he can't be dead!"
  Stag said, "Well, just count the holes in the mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]er's head"
  She said, "You ain't look like you scored in quite a time.
  Why not come to my pad It won't cost you a dime"
  Mr. Stagger Lee
  "But there's something I have to say before you begin
  You'll have to be gone before my man Billy Dilly comes in,
  Mr. Stagger Lee"
  "I'll stay here till Billy comes in, till time comes to pass
  And furthermore I'll [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明] Billy in his mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing ass"
  Said Stagger Lee
  "I'm a bad mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]er, don't you know
  And I'll crawl over fifty good pussies just to get one fat boy's asshole"
  Said Stagger Lee
  Just then Billy Dilly rolls in and he says, "You must be
  That bad mother[内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]er called Stagger Lee"
  Stagger Lee
  "Yeah, I'm Stagger Lee and you better get down on your knees
  And suck my dick, because If you don't you're gonna be dead"
  Said Stagger Lee
  Billy dropped down and slobbered on his head
  And Stag filled him full of lead
  Oh yeah.
  
  ==================
  
  Henry Lee
  
  (feat. PJ Harvey)
  
  Get down, get down, little Henry Lee
  And stay all night with me
  You won't find a girl in this damn world
  That will compare with me
  And the wind did howl and the wind did blow
  La la la la la
  La la la la lee
  A little bird lit down on Henry Lee
  I can't get down and I won't get down
  And stay all night with thee
  For the girl I have in that merry green land
  I love far better than thee
  And the wind did howl and the wind did blow
  La la la la la
  La la la la lee
  A little bird lit down on Henry Lee
  She leaned herself against a fence
  Just for a kiss or two
  And with a little pen-knife held in her hand
  She plugged him through and through
  And the wind did roar and the wind did moan
  La la la la la
  La la la la lee
  A little bird lit down on Henry Lee
  Come take him by his lilly-white hands
  Come take him by his feet
  And throw him in this deep deep well
  Which is more than one hundred feet
  And the wind did howl and the wind did blow
  La la la la la
  La la la la lee
  A little bird lit down on Henry Lee
  Lie there, lie there, little Henry Lee
  Till the flesh drops from your bones
  For the girl you have in that merry green land
  Can wait forever for you to come home
  And the wind did howl and the wind did moan
  La la la la la
  La la la la lee
  A little bird lit down on Henry Lee
  
  ===============
  
  Lovely Creature
  
  There she stands, this lovely creature
  There she stands, there she stands
  With her hair full of ribbons
  And green gloves on her hands
  So I asked this lovely creature
  Yes, I asked. Yes I asked
  Would she walk with me a while
  Through this night so fast
  She took my hand, this lovely creature
  "Yes", she said, "Yes", she said
  "Yes, I'll walk with you a while"
  It was a joyful man she led
  Over hills, this lovely creature
  Over mountains, over ranges
  By great pyramids and sphinxs
  We met drifters and strangers
  Oh the sands, my lovely creature
  And the mad, moaning winds
  At night the deserts writhed
  With diabolical things
  Through the night, through the night
  The wind lashed and it whipped me
  When I got home, my lovely creature
  She was no longer with me
  Somewhere she lies, this lovely creature
  Beneath the slow drifting sands
  With her hair full of ribbons
  And green gloves on her hands
  
  =============
  
  Where The Wild Roses Grow
  
  (feat. Kylie Minogue)
  
  They call me The Wild Rose
  But my name was Elisa Day
  Why they call me it I do not know
  For my name was Elisa Day
  From the first day I saw her I knew she was the one
  She stared in my eyes and smiled
  For her lips were the colour of the roses
  That grew down the river, all bloody and wild
  When he knocked on my door and entered the room
  My trembling subsided in his sure embrace
  He would be my first man, and with a careful hand
  He wiped at the tears that ran down my face
  [Chorus]
  On the second day I brought her a flower
  She was more beautiful than any woman I'd seen
  I said, "Do you know where the wild roses grow
  So sweet and scarlet and free"
  On the second day he came with a single red rose
  Said: "Will you give me your loss and your sorrow"
  I nodded my head, as I lay on the bed
  He said, "If I show you the roses, will you follow"
  [Chorus]
  On the third day he took me to the river
  He showed me the roses and we kissed
  And the last thing I heard was a muttered word
  As he knelt (stood smiling) above me with a rock in his fist
  On the last day I took her where the wild roses grow
  And she lay on the bank, the wind light as a thief
  And I kissed her goodbye, said, "All beauty must die"
  And lent down and planted a rose between her teeth
  [Chorus]
  
  ==================
  
  The Curse Of Millhaven
  
  I live in a town called Millhaven
  And it's small and it's mean and it's cold
  But if you come around just as the sun goes down
  You can watch the whole town turn to gold
  It's around about then that I used to go a-roaming
  Singing La la la la La la la lie
  All God's children they all gotta die
  My name is Loretta but I prefer Lottie
  I'm closing in on my fifteenth year
  And if you think you have seen a pair of eyes more green
  Then you sure didn't see them around here
  My hair is yellow and I'm always a-combing
  La la la la La la la lie
  Mama often told me we all got to die
  You must have heard about The Curse Of Millhaven
  How last Christmas Bill Blake's little boy didn't come home
  They found him next week in One Mile Creek
  His head bashed in and his pockets full of stones
  Well, just imagine all the wailing and moaning
  La la la la La la la lie
  Even little Billy Blake's boy, he had to die
  Then Professor O'Rye from Millhaven High
  Found nailed to his door his prize-winning terrier
  Then next day the old fool brought little Biko to school
  And we all had to watch as he buried her
  His eulogy to Biko had all the tears a-flowing
  La la la la La la la lie
  Even God's little creatures, they have to die
  Our little town fell into a state of shock
  A lot of people were saying things that made little sense
  Then the next thing you know the head of Handyman Joe
  Was found in the fountain of the Mayor's residence
  Foul play can really get a small town going
  La la la la La la la lie
  Even God's children all have to die
  Then, in a cruel twist of fate, old Mrs Colgate
  Was stabbed but the job was not complete
  The last thing she said before the cops pronounced her dead
  Was, "My killer is Loretta and she lives across the street!"
  Twenty cops burst through my door without even phoning
  La la la la La la la lie
  The young ones, the old ones, they all gotta die
  Yes, it is I, Lottie. The Curse Of Millhaven
  I've struck horror in the heart of this town
  Like my eyes ain't green and my hair ain't yellow
  It's more like the other way around
  I gotta pretty little mouth underneath all the foaming
  La la la la La la la lie
  Sooner or later we all gotta die
  Since I was no bigger than a weavil they've been saying I was evil
  That if "bad" was a boot that I'd fit it
  That I'm a wicked young lady, but I've been trying hard lately
  O [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明] it! I'm a monster! I admit it!
  It makes me so mad my blood really starts a-going
  La la la la La la la lie
  Mama always told me that we all gotta die
  Yeah, I drowned the Blakey kid, stabbed Mrs. Colgate, I admit
  Did the handyman with his circular saw in his garden shed
  But I never crucified little Biko, that was two junior high school psychos
  Stinky Bohoon and his friend with the pumpkin-sized head
  I'll sing to the lot, now you got me going
  La la la la La la la lie
  All God's children have all gotta die
  There were all the others, all our sisters and brothers
  You assumed were accidents, best forgotten
  Recall the children who broke through the ice on Lake Tahoo
  Everyone assumed the "Warning" signs had followed them to the bottom
  Well, they're underneath the house where I do quite a bit of stowing
  La la la la La la la lie
  Even twenty little children, they had to die
  And the fire of '91 that razed the Bella Vista slum
  There was the biggest shit-fight this country's ever seen
  Insurance companies ruined, land lords getting sued
  All cause of wee girl with a can of gasoline
  Those flames really roared when the wind started blowing
  La la la la La la la lie
  Rich man, poor man, all got to die
  Well I confessed to all these crimes and they put me on trial
  I was laughing when they took me away
  Off to the asylum in an old black Mariah
  It ain't home, but you know, it's [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing better than jail
  It ain't such bad old place to have a home in
  La la la la La la la lie
  All God's children they all gotta die
  Now I got shrinks that will not rest with their endless Rorschach tests
  I keep telling them they're out to get me
  They ask me if I feel remorse and I answer, "Why of course!
  There is so much more I could have done if they'd let me!"
  So it's Rorschach and Prozac and everything is groovy
  Singing La la la la La la la lie
  All God's children they all have to die
  La la la la La la la lie
  I'm happy as a lark and everything is fine
  Singing La la la la La la la lie
  Yeah, everything is groovy and everything is fine
  Singing La la la la La la la lie
  All God's children they gotta die
  
  ===================
  
  The Kindness Of Strangers
  
  They found Mary Bellows cuffed to the bed
  With a rag in her mouth and a bullet in her head
  O poor Mary Bellows
  She'd grown up hungry, she'd grown up poor
  She left her home in Arkansas
  O poor Mary Bellows
  She wanted to see the deep blue sea
  She travelled across Tennessee
  O poor Mary Bellows
  She met a man along the way
  He introduced himself as Richard Slade
  O poor Mary Bellows
  Poor Mary thought that she might die
  When she saw the ocean for the first time
  O poor Mary Bellows
  She checked into a cheap little place
  Richard Slade carried in her old suitcase
  O poor Mary Bellows
  "I'm a good girl, sir", she said to him
  I couldn't possibly permit you in
  O poor Mary Bellows
  Slade tipped his hat and winked his eye
  And turned away without goodbye
  O poor Mary Bellows
  She sat on her bed and thought of home
  With the sea breeze whistling all alone
  O poor Mary Bellows
  In hope and loneliness she crossed the floor
  And undid the latch on the front door
  O poor Mary Bellows
  They found her the next day cuffed to the bed
  A rag in her mouth and a bullet in her head
  O poor Mary Bellows
  So mothers keep your girls at home
  Don't let them journey all alone
  Tell them this world is full of danger
  And to shun the company of strangers
  O poor Mary Bellows
  O poor Mary Bellows
  
  =============
  
  Crow Jane
  
  Crow Jane Crow Jane
  Crow Jane
  Horrors in her head
  That her tongue dare not name
  She lives alone by the river
  The rolling rivers of pain
  Crow Jane Crow Jane
  Crow Jane Ah hah huh
  There is one shining eye on a hard-hat
  The company closed down the mine
  Winking on waters they came
  Twenty hard-hats, twenty eyes
  In her clapboard shack
  Only six foot by five
  They killed all her whiskey
  And poured their pistols dry
  Crow Jane Crow Jane
  Crow Jane Ah hah huh
  Seems you've remembered
  How to sleep, how to sleep
  The house dogs are in your turnips
  And your yard dogs are running all over the street
  Crow Jane Crow Jane
  Crow Jane Ah hah huh
  "O Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson
  Why you close up shop so late"
  "Just fitted out a girl who looked like a bird
  Measured .32, .44, .38
  I asked that girl which road she was taking
  Said she was walking the road of hate
  But she stopped on a coal-trolley up to New Haven
  Population: 48"
  Crow Jane Crow Jane
  Crow Jane Ah hah huh
  Your guns are drunk and smoking
  They've followed you right back to your gate
  Laughing all the way back from the new town
  Population, now, 28
  Crow Jane Crow Jane
  Crow Jane Ah hah huh
  
  ================
  
  O'Malley's Bar
  
  I am tall and I am thin
  Of an enviable hight
  And I've been known to be quite handsome
  In a certain angle and in certain light
  Well I entered into O'Malley's
  Said, "O'Malley I have a thirst"
  O'Malley merely smiled at me
  Said "You wouldn't be the first"
  I knocked on the bar and pointed
  To a bottle on the shelf
  And as O'Malley poured me out a drink
  I sniffed and crossed myself
  My hand decided that the time was nigh
  And for a moment it slipped from view
  And when it returned, it fairly burned
  With confidence anew
  Well the thunder from my steely fist
  Made all the glasses jangle
  When I shot him, I was so handsome
  It was the light, it was the angle
  Huh! Hmmmmmm
  "Neighbours!" I cried, "Friends!" I screamed
  I banged my fist upon the bar
  "I bear no grudge against you!"
  And my dick felt long and hard
  "I am the man for which no God waits
  But for which the whole world yearns
  I'm marked by darkness and by blood
  And one thousand powder-burns"
  Well, you know those fish with the swollen lips
  That clean the ocean floor
  When I looked at poor O'Malley's wife
  That's exactly what I saw
  I jammed the barrel under her chin
  And her face looked raw and vicious
  Her head it landed in the sink
  With all the dirty dishes
  Her little daughter Siobhan
  Pulled beers from dusk till down
  And amongst the townfolk she was a bit of a joke
  But she pulled the best beer in town
  I swooped magnificent upon her
  As she sat shivering in her grief
  Like the Madonna painted on the church-house wall
  In whale's blood and banana leaf
  Her throat it crumbled in my fist
  And I spun heroically around
  To see Caffrey rising from his seat
  I shot that mother [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]er down
  Mmmmmmmmmm Yeah Yeah Yeah
  "I have no free will", I sang
  As I flew about the murder
  Mrs. Richard Holmes, she screamed
  You really should have heard her
  I sang and I laughed, I howled and I wept
  I panted like a pup
  I blew a hole in Mrs. Richard Holmes
  And her husband stupidly stood up
  As he screamed, "You are an evil man"
  And I paused a while to wonder
  "If I have no free will then how can I
  Be morally culpable, I wonder"
  I shot Richard Holmes in the stomach
  And gingerly he sat down
  And he whispered weirdly, "No offense"
  And then lay upon the ground
  "None taken", I replied to him
  To which he gave a little cough
  With blazing wings I neatly aimed
  And blew his head completely off
  I've lived in this town for thirty years
  And to no-one I am a stranger
  And I put new bullets in my gun
  Chamber upon chamber
  And I turned my gun on the bird-like Mr. Brookes
  I thought of Saint Francis and his sparrows
  And as I shot down the youthful Richardson
  It was St. Sebastian I thought of, and his arrows
  Hhhhhhhhhh Mmmmmmmmmmmm
  I said, "I want to introduce myself
  And I am glad that all you came"
  And I leapt upon the bar
  And shouted out my name
  Well Jerry Bellows, he hugged his stool
  Closed his eyes and shrugged and laughed
  And with an ashtray as big as a [内容被过滤,请注意论坛文明]ing really big brick
  I split his head in half
  His blood spilled across the bar
  Like a steaming scarlet brook
  And I knelt at it's edge on the counter
  Wiped the tears away and looked
  Well, the light in there was blinding
  Full of God and ghosts of truth
  I smiled at Henry Davenport
  Who made an attempt to move
  Well, from the position I was standing
  The strangest thing I ever saw
  The bullet entered through the top of his chest
  And blew his bowels out on the floor
  Well I floated down the counter
  Showing no remorse
  I shot a hole in Kathleen Carpenter
  Recently divorced
  But remorse i felt and remorse I had
  It clung to every thing
  From the raven's hair upon my head
  To the feathers on my wings
  Remorse sqeezed my hand in it's fradulent claw
  With it's golden hairless chest
  And I glided through the bodies
  And killed the fat man Vincent West
  Who sat quietly in his chair
  A man become a child
  And I raised the gun up to his head
  Executioner-style
  He made no attempt to resist
  So fat and dull and lazy
  "Did you know I lived in your street" I said
  And he looked at me as though I were crazy
  "O", he said, "I had no idea"
  And he grew as quiet as a mouse
  And the roar of the pistol when it went off
  Near blew that hat right off the house
  Hmmmmmm Uh Uh
  Well, I caught my eye in the mirror
  And gave it a long and loving inspection
  "There stands some kind of man", I roared
  And there did, in the reflection
  My hair combed back like a raven's wing
  My muscles hard and tight
  And curling from the business end of my gun
  Was a query-mark of cordite
  Well I spun to the left, I spun to the right
  And I spun to the left again
  "Fear me! Fear me! Fear me!"
  But no one did cause they were dead
  Huh! Hmmmmmmmmm
  And then there were the police sirens wailing
  And a bull-horn squelched and blared
  "Drop your weapons and come out
  With your hands held in the air"
  Well, I checked the chamber of my gun
  Saw I had one final bullet left
  My hand, it looked almost human
  As I raised it to my head
  "Drop your weapon and come out!
  Keep your hands above your head!"
  I had one one long hard think about dying
  And did exactly what they said
  There must have been fifty cops out there
  In a circle around O'Malley's bar
  "Don't shoot", I cried, "I'm a man unarmed!"
  So they put me in their car
  And they sped me away from that terrible scene
  And I glanced out of the window
  Saw O'Malley's bar, saw the cops and the cars
  And I started counting on my fingers
  Aaaaaah One Aaaaaah Two Aaaaaah Three Aaaaaaah Four
  O'Malley's bar O'Malley's bar
  
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  Death Is Not The End
  
  When you're sad and when you're lonely
  And you haven't got a friend
  Just remember that death is not the end
  And all that you held sacred
  Falls down and does not mend
  Just remember that death is not the end
  Not the end, not the end
  Just remember that death is not the end
  When you're standing on the crossroads
  That you cannot comprehend
  Just remember that death is not the end
  And all your dreams have vanished
  And you don't know what's up the bend
  Just remember that death is not the end
  Not the end, not the end
  Just remember that death is not the end
  When the storm clouds gather round you
  And heavy rains descend
  Just remember that death is not the end
  And there's no-one there to comfort you
  With a helping hand to lend
  Just remember that death is not the end
  Not the end, not the end
  Just remember that death is not the end
  For the tree of life is growing
  Where the spirit never dies
  And the bright light of salvation
  Up in dark and empty skies
  When the cities are on fire
  With the burning flesh of men
  Just remember that death is not the end
  When you search in vain to find
  Some law-abiding citizen
  Just remember that death is not the end
  Not the end, not the end
  Just remember that death is not the end
  Not the end, not the end
  Just remember that death is not the end
号称全碟死亡人数超60的超强专辑
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这张还有那张 《The Boatman's Call》伴我走过了大学生活的最后两年,让我沉浸在最阴暗的柔美中不能自拔。
感谢nick cave 和我的1998年。