The Proposition (Soundtrack) is an album recorded by Nick Cave in collaboration with Warren Ellis, and was produced for the film The Proposition, released in October 2005. Jump to: navigation, search Nicholas Edward Cave (born September 22, 1957) is an Australian rock musician, songwriter, poet, author, actor and screenwriter, best known for his work in rock and roll band Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and his fascination with American music and its roots. ... Warren Ellis is an Australian-born musician (violin) and composer. ... The Proposition is a 2005 movie directed by John Hillcoat. ... Jump to: navigation, search 2005 (MMV) is a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ...
This album is instrumentally focused, and is a departure from Cave's band-oriented compositions. All tracks are directly reproduced from the musical interludes in the film, and feature little alteration from the film score. Many songs on the album are slow-tempo and ballad-like, and the violin work of Warren Ellis becomes the central voice of the album for much of the time. Cave's unusual vocal performances on the "Rider" trilogy of songs brings a particularly haunting and uneasy tone to the album.
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