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Quote xjessiex Replybullet Posted: April/03/2010 at 9:38pm

i loved blood money too^^ seeing him in the imaginarium of dr pernasus was fantastic!
if you haven't seen it i reconmend you do:)

if you like tom waits, chances are some of you may dig nick cave?
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Quote freshccs Replybullet Posted: April/03/2010 at 11:02pm
yeah he was sooo good in the imaginarium of dr pernasus, he played such a great devil and hes been in like 20 other films.. his music is just fantastic.. ive got his discography.. sometimes i listen to him for weeks on end especially when im getting creative.. rain dogs was the first album of his i got and i love it..

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Quote paulobartini Replybullet Posted: April/09/2010 at 8:29am
I haven't seen The Imaginarium. Wanna get it though...looks absolutely epic! Have you seen him in Wristcutters? He's very good in that.
Rain dogs is an amazing album! So is blood money! I get the feeling that everyone seems to prefer his later stuff, to his earlier music! I think his earlier stuff, when he was on asylum records, is far more consistant then it is with his newer cds. His new ones are amazing..but i find myself wanting to skip a few tracks here and there. 
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Quote FLPierce Replybullet Posted: June/13/2010 at 12:23am
He was great in Bram's Stokers Dracula.

The only song I know of his is Jersey Girl, which Bruce Springsteen made famous.
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Quote jessica2n2 Replybullet Posted: November/27/2011 at 5:44pm
He is by far my favourite musician ever and has been for a few years. The man can play anything, and make you feel whatever emotion he wants you to feel. His stories are amazing and makes you feel.. well, whatever he wants you to feel. Have you seen any live interviews with him? His use of play-on words is fantastic. Seriously. Best. Musician. Ever. And what a snazzy dresser!
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