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Lanegan is a GOD!!

One of Mark Lanegan's best pieces of work. Too many great songs to list but stand out tracks include 'All I Know', 'Look At You' & 'Make My Mind'. If you like his album Bubblegum then I guarantee you'll love this!!!

One of the best rock albums in history

Mark Lanegan has the best voice in rock, grunge, folk, whatever. I bought this years ago on CD and now listen to it all the time. The songs are just brilliant with Lanegan's whisky and nicotine stained vocals sometimes brooding menacingly in the background and at others soaring to the front of superb arrangements played by enormously talented musicians. It's a shame they split up but listen to everything Lanegan has done since - on his own and with Isobel Campbell, The Gutter Twins, Queens of The Stone Age and Soulsavers. He's a genius.

High Water Mark in the Grunge Tank

Like the last nail in the grunge eras coffin this albums doomy beauty peaks mid way through in the shape of 'Sworn And Broken'.

The Mudhoney’s, Nirvana’s and Soundgarden’s had swept away the old guard of pomp and posing from Poison, Whitesnake, Motley Crue etcetera and replaced it with a new truth in the early 90’s.

By mid way through the decade Kurt was dead. Pearl Jam were on self enforced media blackout and Soundgarden were playing stadiums and all over MTV like the bands they’d ousted.

Dust wasn’t a grunge record, or a Metal record, a Lo Fi Record or a Sub Pop record. It was a classic rock album full of sad songs and 'that' voice.

It was out of place in the summer of Brit Pop and was the last visible part of the good ship grunge as the Bouncy mockney ninties headed towards Millennium eve.

Lanegan has had the last laugh with Solo Success, QOTSA and Soulsaver appearances since, but Dust is still his greatest moment.


Formed: 1985 in Ellensburg, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Where many of their Seattle-based contemporaries dealt in reconstructed Black Sabbath and Stooges riffs, Screaming Trees fused '60s psychedelia and garage rock with '70s hard rock and '80s punk. Over the course of their career, their more abrasive punk roots eventually gave way to a hard-edged, rootsy psychedelia that drew from rock and folk equally. After releasing several albums on indie labels like SST and Sub Pop, Screaming Trees moved to Epic Records in 1989. Though they were one of the first...
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