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Nick Cave respects insanity. These days, for reasons obvious to anyone who knows anything about his live, Cave has been exploring emotions of deep pain and grief in his music. But for most of his career, Cave's greatest subject has probably been human perversity. He's written songs and novels and screenplays empathizing with murderers, reprobates,…
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