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  • Audio CD (1 Jan. 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000025SWZ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,013 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1.shadow of the season2.nearly lost you3.dollar bill4.more or less5.butterfly6.for celebrations pastascolta7.the secret kindascolta8.winter songascolta9.troubled timesascolta10.no one knowsascolta11.julie paradise

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This is where Screaming Trees made their first perfect album- the previous year's 'Uncle Anethesia' had been fine song-wise: the production & mixing gave it a flat sound. Here producer Don Fleming (Dinosaur Jr, Hole, Posies,Teenage Fanclub) & mixer Andy Wallace ('Nevermind', 'Grace')give the perfect sound to the tuneful sonic barrage that was the Trees.
Screaming Trees were overlooked in the whole grunge (non)phenemenon- see Naomi Klein's comments on its apolitical pseudo-revolution in 'No Logo'. Starting off as a band closer to Butthole Surfers & Black Sabbath, they did not develop as songwriters until the early 90's. This shift was precipitated by singer Mark Lanegan's foray into solo work- producing the brilliant 'The Winding Sheet' with Mike Johnson. The songs on 'UA' were of a much better quality than before: Lay Your Head Down standing out. The lineup changed with Mike Pickeral being ousted by multi-instrumentalist & brilliant drummer, Barrett Martin (who has also played on 'Rated R', 'Up' and Lanegan's solo albums). So, everything came together on this brilliant album- almost as great as the stratospheric 'Dust' (the Trees final release).
'Shadow of the Season' is an epic opener- moving into guitar overload with ease-imagine a concise Led Zep...'Nearly Lost You' & 'Dollar Bill' were the singles. The former was featured in 'Singles' & has a Cream/Hendrix flavour to its wonderful radiosong construction. The latter is an acoustic based ballad they would perfect with 'Sworn & Broken'; imagine a grunge 'Wonderwall'!...'More or Less' is a midpaced track that has hooks aplenty- Lanegan's lyrics fusing with the Connor-Bros. riffs...'Butterfly' is a precursor of 'Dust's brilliant 'Make My Mind'; this is close to the Trees live sound.
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One of my all time favourite albums. I had to replace my worn out tape with a CD at some point in the mid-nineties and I keep coming back to it.
Mark Lanegan's vocals are like torn silk, and the music is noisy yet melodic.
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The masterpiece of Screaming Trees. One of the best CDs of the 90'.
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I bought this when it came out and I have never tired of it. I only wish I'd seen them live. Absolutely timeless.
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Excellent album
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Love this tunes
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