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The Grunge Years – A Sub Pop Compilation


The Grunge Years – A Sub Pop Compilation

Some great tracks on this Sub-Pop compilation of acts grouped under the lazy “grunge” description! A few tracks, less so!

What strange cover-art !

Tracklisting

1. Nirvana – Dive (3:52)
2. L7 – Shove (3:11)
3. Tad – Stumblin’ Man (3:36)
4. Beat Happening – Red Head Walk (2:08)
5. Mark Lanegan – Ugly Sunday (3:55)
6. Screaming Trees – Change Has C (3:18)
7. Soundgarden – Birth Ritual (6:08)
8. The Fluid – Tomorrow (2:39)
9. The Afghan Whigs – Retarded (3:24)
10. Babes in Toyland – House (3:34)
11. Mudhoney – Come to Mind (4:50)
12. The Walkabouts – Long Black Ve (5:00)
13. Love Battery – Between the Eye (4:26)
14. Dickless – Saddle Tramp (1:35)

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The Grunge Years – A Sub Pop Compilation

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October 21, 2008 Posted by | Mark Lanegan, Mudhoney, Music_Alternative, music_Grunge, Nirvana, Screaming Trees, The Afghan Whigs, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Screaming Trees – Discography

Some fine music from Mark Lanegan and pals – Seattle’s Screaming Trees!

Wrongly lumped with the “grunge” label, this group were far better than the vast majority of those rubbish “grunge” outfits! Of course too, they were around long before that dumb “grunge” label was coined!

Lanegan of course has gone on to a a very eclectic and impressive solo career.

The boys split at the dawn of the nineties but they regrouped in 1998 to record an album but the work was never completed or released. The demos are here.

1985 – Other Worlds (Ep)
1986 – Clairvoyance
1987 – Even If and Especially When
1988 – Beat Happening-Screaming Trees (Ep)
1988 – Invisible Lantern
1989 – Buzz Factory
1990 – Change Has Come (Ep)
1990 – Something About Today (Ep)
1991 – Uncle Anesthesia
1992 – Nearly Lost You (Compilation)
1992 – Sweet Oblivion
1996 – Dust
1998 – Unreleased Album

Demo

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October 20, 2008 Posted by | Mark Lanegan, Music_Alternative, Screaming Trees, _MUSIC | 5 Comments

Screaming Trees – Demos for Unreleased Album 1998

Screaming Trees – Demos for Unreleased Album 1998

Before the excellent Screaming Trees finally called it quits, they recorded demos in 1998 to shop to record labels.

The quality is excellent and the songs are top notch! About 31 minutes of amazing and new Screaming Trees music!

I hope you enjoy these studio gems, the last ever recorded by the Trees. Sob, Sob!

Mark Lanegan apparently said a few years back that there were plans for releasing the album and said that its release would make him happy because it contained some of his favorite Screaming Trees songs. This, alas, never ultimately transpired.

Trees fan Multiverse says;

Some time ago, I read a couple of interviews and rumors about an unreleased albums by Screaming Trees after Dust, but the Trees were always a bit ambiguous about it.

There was a whole mystery about those songs. Someone said that they hadn’t a label interested on it, others said that the musicians weren’t happy with the result of the sessions and in some interview one of the Conner brothers said that there were no plans of releasing it.

At first when I was downloading the album I thought that when I’ll open the zip file I’ll end up having some rare tracks and b-sides from singles, but it certainly worth the chance of having the lost album from the Screaming Trees. My surprise was big when I saw the name of the songs and realize that I only knew “One Way Conversation” a never released song that I found some time ago on the web.

The 8 songs have an awesome sound quality. These songs aren’t demos, they are well recorded and produced songs. My second surprise came when I listened to the songs. They were pretty good. They sounded like Dust, but taken a step forward with a more modern rock sound.

I think that I must say something about every song here:

– “Ash Grey Sunday”: is one of my favorite songs here. It rocks good. An outstanding composition of what could have been a single. The guitar melody is one of the highlights on the song.
– “Tomorrow Changes”: sounds like a song from a Mark Lanegan’s solo album, despite of it’s slight resemblances to the vibe of “Sworn And Broken”.
– “One Way Conversation”: is a folky song with awesome vocal harmonies. Here on some parts Lanegan recorded two voices on different octaves which makes a fine effect.
– “Low Life”: sounds more like a song from the second half of Sweet Oblivion in its basic structure.
– “Anita Grey (Cut): is a terrific song with a basic short riff and a catchy chorus. Gary Lee Conner does one of his usual psychedelic guitar performances in the solo which has resemblances to the ones he made on Uncle Anesthesia.
– “Crawl Space”: is an obscure song in the line of the latest Mark Lanegan’s work.
– “Revelator”: another great song with an amazing chorus.
– “Anita Grey (Alt. Version)”: is the only song without a perfect sound quality. It’s good, but not as good as the other version, despite of it’s incredible psychedelic guitars.

Tracklisting

1 – Ash Grey Sunday
2 – Tomorrow Changes
3 – One Way Conversation
4 – Low Life
5 – Anita Grey
6 – Crawl Space
7 – Revelator
8 – Anita Grey (alternate version)

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July 7, 2008 Posted by | Mark Lanegan, Music_Alternative, Screaming Trees, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Screaming Trees – Acoustic Session 1993, Sweden.


Screaming Trees – Acoustic Session 1993, Sweden
Mp3 / total length: 27:13

Screaming Trees perform on Swedish radio on February 8, 1993 for Studio 4, Radiohuset in Stockholm.

Tracklisting

01 intro (in Swedish)
02 interview
03 Nearly Lost You
04 interview
05 Winter Song
06 interview
07 No One Knows
08 interview
09 Dollar Bill
10 outro (in Swedish)

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July 7, 2008 Posted by | Mark Lanegan, Music_Alternative, Screaming Trees, _MUSIC | Leave a comment