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Baker's Dozen

Denial Of The Species: Lee Buford Of The Body's Favourite Albums
The Quietus , April 25th, 2014 08:38

With the UK leg of their European tour drawing to a close with sets in Bristol tonight and on the Quietus' Desertfest stage tomorrow, Lee Buford of the none-bleaker American sludge duo picks out 13 all-time top records and pens us his own Baker's Dozen

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Boatman's Call
Nick Cave can do no wrong in my eyes, but this record is by far the one I listen to the most out of all his output. I heard he wrote this after his breakup with PJ Harvey, which I don't know if it's true... but would explain why every song is either an amazing love song or a soul-crushing song about loss. Perfect for unrequited love/breakups/reminding yourself you'll be alone forever.


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