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Editors’ Notes

This long-promised collaboration between the Afghan Whigs’ Greg Dulli and the Screaming Trees’ Mark Lanegan finally came to fruition in 2008 as the Gutter Twins, a nod to both men’s notorious pasts. The two lead singers never step on each other’s form. Instead, Dulli imports the sleek, tremulous rhythms of the Whigs and his Twilight Singers while Lanegan often stops time with his patient, low, bluesy bark. Together, they’ve built a night underground where mellotrons and crazy-distorted guitars meet various kinds of odd percussion. The ghost of Tom Waits can be heard in “Seven Stories Underground.” Dulli’s love for ‘70s R&B and funk shades “Each to Each.” “All Misery / Flowers” walks at Lanegan’s slow, determined pace, while “God’s Children” amps up to Dulli’s showbiz flash. Spiritually, these two intuitively understand one another, with Lanegan’s natural introversion folding nicely into Dulli’s extroverted raves. This is a side-project that is sure to remain a well-esteemed cult item — and a worthy curiosity — for years to come.

Customer Reviews

Gotta see them live!

We just saw them live in San Francisco at Bimbos 365 and they did most of these songs. It was terrific! The combination of Mark's deep, heavy voice, with Greg's soulful delivery creates a can't-miss result. My favorite song on this record is Front Street. Not like the Afghan Whigs, if you'd like that style stick with The Stations. Excellent record. Dulli's done it again.

Great Album!

Combines the best of both artists.

I love this band! They are amazing!!!

Powerful music! You don't have to be a fan of either artist to appreciate it. All the songs on this album are excellent. Buy it now, you won't regret it!

Biography

Formed: 2003

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although Mark Lanegan and Greg Dulli first met at a party in 1989, the two didn't start making music together — and become friends, for that matter — until the following decade, after both had experienced successful careers as members of the cult grunge bands the Screaming Trees and the Afghan Whigs, respectively. Their similarly troubled pasts (and presents) forged a strong bond between them, helped only by their similar musical tastes and expressions. Lanegan showed up on the 2003 album...
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