Screaming Trees - Asylum album flac
Style: Electro, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1393 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1961 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1964 mb
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The discography of Screaming Trees, an Ellensburg, Washington-based rock band, consists of eight studio albums, three compilation albums, five extended plays (EP), and six singles, though this does not include any solo material recorded by the individual members of Screaming Trees.
Dr George Zeller, the first director of what is now called the Peoria State Hospital, was one of the first to document the story of the spirit that came to be known as "Old Book".
A solid live performance from Mark Lanegan's band The Screaming Trees, recorded in California during the 'Oblivion'-era 1993 tour.
After four years, they returned with Dust, their third major-label album, and by that point, the band's sound was too idiosyncratic for alternative radio. Which is unfortunate, because Dust is the band's strongest album. Sure, the rough edges that fueled albums like Uncle Anesthesia are gone, but in its place is a rustic hard rock, equally informed by heavy.
The Official Screaming Trees Page. 35 short stories in the book, "The Way Of The Zen Cowboy," and 20 new compositions from the album, "Songs Of The Firebird. I guess you could say that the stories in the book take you on a journey, and the album provides the soundtrack for those stories.
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- Artwork – The Designers Republic
- Edited By, Engineer – Alan Fish*
- Producer – David Lewin, Stephen Singleton
- Written-By – Swancott*, Maloney*
NotesRecorded July/August 1987 at Vibrasound Sheffield
Edited & Engineered for Workforce
℗ 1987 Native Records
Distributed through the Cartel
Distributed in Spain by Radical Records Valencia
Made in England
|12NTV 24||Screaming Trees||Asylum (12")||Native Records||12NTV 24||UK||1987|
|SPV 01-4905||Screaming Trees||Asylum (7", Single)||Skizzo-Records||SPV 01-4905||Germany||1988|