Deal alert / Nick Cave: Lovely Creatures – The Best Of 1984-2014: 2CD Edition

The super deluxe is still excellent value at under £40, but if that’s a little too much Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds for you, then why not pick up this two-CD edition of Lovely Creatures: The Best Of 1984-2014 which is available today for a fantastic price.

Compiled largely by Nick Cave and founding member Mick Harvey, this double-disc package offers 21 classic tracks and comes complete with a 24-page booklet. It’s a snip at £5.99 in the UK, right now.

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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

Lovely Creatures - 2CD Edition


Lovely Creatures: The Best Of Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds (2CD)

Disc: 1
1. Loverman (Single Version)
2. Tupelo (Single Version) [1998 Remastered Version]
3. Deanna (2010 Remastered Version)
4. From Her to Eternity (2009 Remastered Version)
5. The Weeping Song (2010 Remastered Version)
6. Dig, Lazarus, Dig!!! (Single Edit)
7. People Ain’t No Good (2011 Remastered Version)
8. Higgs Boson Blues
9. Straight to You (2010 Remastered Version)
10. Where the Wild Roses Grow (2011 Remastered Version) – Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds & Kylie Minogue

Disc: 2
1. Into My Arms (2011 Remastered Version)
2. Love Letter (2011 Remastered Version)
3. Red Right Hand (Single Version) [1998 Remastered Version]
4. The Mercy Seat (Single Version) [1998 Remastered Version]
5. O Children
6. The Ship Song (Single Version) [1998 Remastered Version]
7. Stranger Than Kindness (2009 Remastered Version)
8. Jubilee Street (Video Edit Kevin Version)
9. Nature Boy (Edit)
10. We No Who U R
11. Stagger Lee (2011 Remastered Version)

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Paul English

Great price.
I bought the Super Deluxe but this is essential for the single edits.


Are the single edits on the mid-range deluxe, the lilac/blue set with the DVD?


As far as i’m aware the audio on the Deluxe and the SDE are the same, so no.


£5 in Fopp.


Also part of HMV’s 2 for 10 offer. 5.99 separately. Buy another CD and get it for a fiver!

Michael Bird

I bought the super deluxe but am back for the single edits, many of which don’t even appear on CD/download singles, if you can imagine. Nice catch. Thanks for the tip.


Thanks Paul. Already got the vinyl version, but this is a steal to get the booklet. (Nothing with the LP)

Kenny Sucina

Serious question Paul – how is it they can sell the CD for 5.99 but the download is 9.99? What a strange world we live in!


The same mystery surrounds DVD box sets. Often far cheaper to buy an entire series on DVD than to stream/download a series from Amazon Prime, iTunes, etc. But of course many people now want to convenience of watching it on their tablet on the move etc., and don’t want their shelves clogged up with box sets. Those people are wrong of course!!

Chris Squires

Buy more shelves!

It’s a serious point, I spend my working life archiving (digitizing) old media. Such as cine film, slides, negatives, Video, laserdiscs etc. Because of the age of much of this media “death” very much plays a part in the thoughts of what to do with this stuff. I would always try to get people to take a physical representation after digitization whether CD, DVD or Blu-Ray. Humans pass on physical things when we die. Talking to customers and my own experience we go through Granny’s attic (or similar) and pass on photo albums, music collections, DVD collections. People do not pass down computers or hard drives and the risk of stuff getting lost is huge. You could have a massive download collection and what on earth would you do with it. It could have cost you thousands and will be worth *zero” in money and in legacy. It’s the same with photos, getting squirrelled away on a phone or a hard drive then the phone dies or you upgrade there is a huge possibility that your pictures go with it.

I look at pictures of myself from 1981 in an album and it brings back great memories. Who of us (or our children) will have something 36 years old to look back on with fondness in 2050 if everything is non-physical trapped in a dead iPhone?

My kids will get my record collection is 20 or 30 years (hopefully) and it will be worth a few bob.

I guess the counter argument is that they have been brought up in an era where they just don’t give a toss. Physical stuff just doesn’t matter. Why would my kids give a monkey’s about a Bowie box set on vinyl in 20 years time? Shame really.

Mark R

Done. This will be my introduction to Nick Cave. I’ve always been curious but have never ventured.

Ten For - Zero Against

You won`t regret it Mark, it could end up costing you more than £5.99 in the long run. I have the Super Deluxe and it is superb.

Chris Squires

Mark, I was the same. I found Nick Cave only a year ago whilst watching the film “About Time” which used “Into My Arms” to beautiful effect. I hadn’t heard a single track on purpose before that.
I had always fallen for the poor journalistic line of “Doom and Gloom”, rather like Leonard Cohen. At some point, rather like the finale of the Matrix, your ears will open up and see little but beauty and poetry.
You won’t regret £5.99. Well Spent!