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Music : Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion (1992)

Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion (1992)

Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion (1992)
11 tracks | Genre: Rock | Release: 1992 | EAC Rip | FLAC(tracks + CUE) | 356 MB

The commercial breakthrough for this Seattle foursome came with their song "Nearly Lost You" from the soundtrack to the 1992 Cameron Crowe film SINGLES. That song, included here, is a powerful slice of dramatic rock that's only vaguely related to the grunge scene into which the Screaming Trees were unfairly lumped.
While the group's major-label debut, 1991's UNCLE ANESTHESIA, had its metallic elements, the band mostly favored a '70s-style brand of neo-psychedelia more indebted to TOMMY-era Who and other FM radio stalwarts than to punkier grunge forebears. Mark Lanegan's classic-rock voice and Gary Connor's thunderous guitar give this album a much more commercially viable sound than the group's earlier albums. SWEET OBLIVION is a minor classic of grunge-era commercial alternative music.
Recorded at Baby Monster and Sear Sound, New York.

Track List:

01. Shadow of the Season
02. Nearly Lost You
03. Dollar Bill
04. More or Less
05. Butterfly
06. For Celebrations Past
07. Secret Kind, The
08. Winter Song
09. Troubled Times
10. No One Knows
11. Julie Paradise

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