Nick Cave – Blonde (Soundtrack From The Netflix Film) (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Nick Cave - Blonde (Soundtrack From The Netflix Film) (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Nick Cave
Album: Blonde (Soundtrack From The Netflix Film)
Genre: Soundtrack
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 59:03
Total Tracks: 15
Total Size: 629 MB


1-1. Nick Cave – Pearly (06:43)
1-2. Nick Cave – Shard (02:52)
1-3. Nick Cave – Fire In The Hills (03:58)
1-4. Nick Cave – Gemini (05:21)
1-5. Nick Cave – Abortion (02:31)
1-6. Nick Cave – Glass Sliver (01:00)
1-7. Nick Cave – Gemini Acoustic (06:05)
1-8. Nick Cave – Goddess Of Love On A Subway Grating (02:24)
1-9. Nick Cave – Strawberry (01:45)
1-10. Nick Cave – Bright Horses (Instrumental) (03:45)
1-11. Nick Cave – Peroxide (06:20)
1-12. Nick Cave – I Love Love Love You All (03:11)
1-13. Nick Cave – Wig (03:22)
1-14. Nick Cave – Nembutal (02:54)
1-15. Nick Cave – A World Of Light (06:46)


Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have once again collaborated with director Andrew Dominik — this time for the score to the filmmaker’s upcoming Marilyn Monroe movie Blonde.

The Bad Seeds duo have shared their opening piece from the upcoming Netflix film, which arrives on the streaming service on Sept. 28; their Blonde score will also be released that day.

Like Cave’s recent LPs Ghosteen and Carnage, the ethereal “Pearly” is largely synthesizer-based, with the piece ebbing and swelling over the course of its nearly seven minutes. The title of many of the score’s individual pieces are also inspired by the Monroe mythos, like “Goddess of Love on a Subway Grating” and “Peroxide.”

Cave and Ellis previously provided the score for Dominik’s 2007 cult Western The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, and the filmmaker himself has twice served as a documentarian for Cave with the films One More Time With Feeling in 2016 and 2022’s This Much I Know to Be True.“Working with Andrew Dominik is always a challenging, but ultimately mind-blowing experience,” Cave and Ellis said in a statement to Rolling Stone. “Creating the score for this terrifying and complex reimagining of the Marilyn Monroe story was no different, and, as always, it was a complete privilege to work with him. The darkest of films with a gorgeous spiritual score.”

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