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  1. Sep 27, 2005 · Listen to The Proposition (Original Soundtrack) by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis on Apple Music. Stream songs including "Happy Land", "The Proposition #1" and more.

  2. Sep 27, 2005 · Listen to The Proposition (Original Soundtrack) by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis on Apple Music. Stream songs including “Happy Land”, “The Proposition #1” and more.

  3. Sep 27, 2005 · To accompany the film adaptation of his own screenplay for the outback Western THE PROPOSITION, revered Australian singer/songwriter Nick Cave enlisted his occasional Bad Seeds bandmate, Warren Ellis, to create the moody score. Given the movie's dark, gritty tone, these compositions are appropriately haunting and elegiac, with Ellis's plaintive violin lines meshing hypnotically with Cave's spare piano work and occasional vocal contributions.

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  5. "The Proposition #1" – 3:24 "Road to Banyon" – 1:40 "Down to the Valley" – 3:48 "Moan Thing" – 2:46 "The Rider #1" – 1:15 "Martha's Dream" (Cave, Ellis, Mick Turner, Jim White) – 3:07 "Gun Thing" – 4:28 "Queenie's Suite" (Cave, Ellis, Turner, White) – 3:30 "The Rider #2" – 2:59 "The Proposition #2" – 2:42

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  6. Sep 27, 2005 · To accompany the film adaptation of his own screenplay for the outback Western THE PROPOSITION, revered Australian singer/songwriter Nick Cave enlisted his occasional Bad Seeds bandmate, Warren Ellis, to create the moody score. Given the movie's dark, gritty tone, these compositions are appropriately haunting and elegiac, with Ellis's plaintive violin lines meshing hypnotically with Cave's spare piano work and occasional vocal contributions.

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