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Musicians and personnel[ edit ] Nick Cave — lead vocals, electric guitar, organ, piano, artwork Warren Ellis — acoustic guitar, viola, violin, electric bouzouki, electric mandolin, backing vocals Martyn Casey — bass, acoustic guitar, backing vocals. We grind.

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