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1992 in albums: Henry’s Dream, by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Somewhere between the Old Testament and the New

Henry’s Dream album cover

Henry’s Dream — Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

In 1992, a rapidly changing world presented all kinds of previously unthinkable possibilities. Could Russia become a democracy? Could South Africa have a Black president?




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Bernard O'Leary

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