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Screaming Trees

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Screaming Trees: Buzz Factory (SST)

Review by Everett True, Melody Maker, 20 May 1989

SCREAMING TREES' last album, Invisible Lantern, curdled my milk of human kindness two months ago with its lacklustre production and half-hearted nods to the Sixties. ...

Screaming Trees, Nirvana, Tad: Pine Street Theatre, Portland, OR

Live Review by Everett True, Melody Maker, 3 March 1990

IT SEEMS incredible people still miss the point of Tad. Most (heavy) rock bands play for the sheer hell of it, and, sure Tad do ...

Screaming Trees: Fulham Greyhound, London

Live Review by Keith Cameron, Sounds, 10 March 1990

And also the trees ...

Screaming Trees: Powerhaus, Islington, London

Live Review by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 12 September 1992

THOSE OF the opinion that rock 'n' roll is a soft option are advised to cast a cynical glance at the Screaming Trees. Singer Mark ...

Screaming Trees: Bark Psychotics

Interview by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 19 September 1992

Are these guys for arboreal? Nursing an enviable collection of broken bones, SCREAMING TREES are pulling away from their Seattle roots and branching out into ...

Screaming Trees: The Lost Boys

Profile and Interview by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, 18 February 1993

IT IS THE second of a pair of Seattle homecoming shows that close their tour with Alice in Chains, and Screaming Trees are well into ...

Soul Asylum, Screaming Trees: Greek Theatre, Berkeley CA

Live Review by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 18 September 1993

Seeking Asylum... ...

Screaming Trees: Dust (Epic 483980)

Review by David Sinclair, The Times, 12 July 1996

IT IS being talked up in the music press as the "rock masterpiece" of the year, and there is indeed something special about Dust, the ...

Screaming Trees: Ashes To Ashes

Report and Interview by Everett True, Melody Maker, 13 July 1996

WE'RE LUCKY Screaming Trees, peers of Nirvana, are still here, given mainman Mark Lanegan's excess-all-areas past. We're especially lucky because the Trees have just recorded ...

Screaming Trees: Stranger Than Fiction

Interview by Marc Weingarten, Request, August 1996

The members of Screaming Trees get very little enjoyment but plenty of good music out of being in a band together. ...

Screaming Trees: Riverside, Newcastle

Live Review by Neil Kulkarni, Melody Maker, 16 November 1996

FOR A gig you might've expected to be a pissed–up, beery slop, all bum–notes and chaos, it's all in the subtleties of feel. This is ...

Screaming Trees: Rock City, Nottingham

Live Review by Paul Moody, New Musical Express, 16 November 1996


Mark Lanegan: Shadow Play

Interview by Rob Hughes, Record Collector, February 2014

Over a series of solo albums, work with Screaming Trees and Queens Of The Stone Age, among others, Mark Lanegan has proved his worth as ...

see also Mark Lanegan


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