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Screaming Trees - Invisible Lantern Album

Screaming Trees - Invisible Lantern Album Performer: Screaming Trees
Title: Invisible Lantern
Style: Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 1988
Size MP3: 1612 mb
Size FLAC: 2502 mb
Rating: 4.2

Tracklist

She Knows
Smokerings
Invisible Lantern
The Second I Awake
Lines & Circles
Direction Of The Sun
Even If
Grey Diamond Desert
Ivy
Shadow Song
Walk Through To This Side
Night Comes Creeping

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SST 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(LP, Album)SST RecordsSST 188US1988
SST CD 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(CD, Album)SST RecordsSST CD 188US1988
SSTC 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(Cass, Album)SST RecordsSSTC 188US1988
SST 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(LP, Album, RP, Blo)SST RecordsSST 188US1988
SST 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(LP, Album, TP)SST RecordsSST 188US1988
SST CD 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(CD, Album, RE)SST RecordsSST CD 188USUnknown
SST 188Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern ‎(LP, Album, RP)SST RecordsSST 188USUnknown

Album

Invisible Lantern - Screaming Trees. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Invisible Lantern is the third studio album by alternative rock band Screaming Trees. It was released on May 12, 1988 on SST Records. Ivy 3:16. Walk Through to This Side 2:32. Lines & Circles 3:45. She Knows 2:15. Shadow Song 4:15. Grey Diamond Desert 4:22. Smokerings 3:43. The Second I Awake 2:59. Invisible Lantern 3:02. Even If 3:48. Direction of the Sun 2:53. Night Comes Creeping 3:53. Steve Fisk - piano on Grey Dia. Invisible Lantern. Screaming Trees - Invisible Lantern 1988. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Psychedelic Rock. Screaming Trees. Alternative 1988. Gary Lee Connor's guitar work jumps out on the first song, Ivy, which drizzles a hot stew of toxic distortion over the listeners consciousness. As if to match his guitarist for pure gnarled attitude, singer Mark Lanegan steps up his attitude on these performances. On Screaming Trees' third full-length release, Invisible Lantern, the band further refined their early psychedelic garage sound. The group had become a bona fide cult success by the time of this release, but the indie scene was losing steam and this disc while superior to earlier efforts didn't garner enough critical or commercial attention to move the band into mainstream awareness. The music of Invisible Lantern is spirited and raw - a swirling garage pop that, while repetitive, has a character all its own. Listen free to Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern Ivy, Walk Through to This Side and more. 12 tracks 41:11. Album Name Invisible Lantern. Type Album. Released date 28 June 1988. Labels SST. Music StyleGrunge. Members owning this album0. Even If. Direction of the Sun. Night Comes Creeping. Buy this album. Learn more. Other productions from Screaming Trees. Last Words : the Final Recordings. Ocean of Confusion : Songs of Screaming Trees 1990-1996. Invisible Lantern Studio album by Screaming Trees Released May 12, 1988 Recorded Recorded at Velvetone Records in 1988 Mastered at K-Disc, Hollywood, CA Genre Alternative rock, psychedelic rock, grunge Length 40. Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern 41:22. Screaming Trees - She Knows 2:19. Screaming Trees - Grey Diamond Desert 4:24. Aggiungi alla Lista. gunkldunk , consort , brianvy , caobao , Eponymous , adrian-79 , Demon Hill , StageFreight. Released May 12, 1988. Invisible Lantern Tracklist. Ivy Lyrics

Performer

Listen to music from Screaming Trees like Nearly Lost You, Shadow of the Season & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Screaming Trees. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Screaming Trees: все альбомы, включая Sweet Oblivion , Ocean Of Confusion - Songs Of Screaming Trees 1990-1996 , Jan Douwe Kroeske presents: The Best of 10 Years 2 Meter Sessions и другие. Screaming Trees' official music video for 'Nearly Lost You'. Screaming Trees' full-length debut is a surprisingly accomplished affair. Unlike many Northwest acts of the time, it doesn't seem to be haunted by the ghosts of the Stooges or the MC5, instead the Doors, perhaps, or possibly even the Teardrop Explodes Mark Lanegan's deep voice is somewhat reminiscent of Jim Morrison or Julian Cope, but with a slight twang. Like the Flaming Lips, Screaming Trees weren't '60s throwbacks either, despite the occasional tambourine or organ flourish. The album starts off with the bang of the Thirteenth Floor Elevatorsish Orange Airplane, which bears the unmistakable stamp of producer Steve Fisk Pell Mell, Pigeonhed. Screaming Trees reconvened to record their Epic debut, Uncle Anesthesia, with Chris Cornell of Soundgarden and TerryDateas producers. Uncle Anesthesia appeared in early 1991 and, although it sold better than their previous efforts, thebandremained a cult act. For much of the year, in fact, Van Conner was on hiatus from the band, choosing to tour as bassistwithDinosaur Jr. 2005's Ocean of Confusion: Songs of Screaming Trees 1989-1996 gathered highlights from the band's Epicyears,and included two previously unreleased tracks. Screaming Trees were an American rock band formed in Ellensburg, Washington in 1985 by vocalist Mark Lanegan, guitarist Gary Lee Conner, bass player Van Conner and drummer Mark Pickerel. Pickerel had been replaced by Barrett Martin by the time the band reached its most successful period. Although widely associated with grunge, the band's sound incorporated hard rock and psychedelic elements. The band released seven studio albums, five EPs, and three compilations. Screaming Trees. rock, alternative, soundtracks. Death In June. rock, industrial, world music. Mad Season. Siouxsie And The Banshees. rock, punk. The Sound. punk, alternative, new wave. Writer: Mark Lanegan - Van Conner, Composers: Mark Lanegan - Van Conner. Unlimited free Screaming Trees music - Click to play All I Know, Dying Days and whatever else you want Screaming Trees was an American rock band formed in Ellensburg, Washington in 1985 by vocalist Mark. Screaming Trees was an American rock band formed in Ellensburg, Washington in 1985 by vocalist Mark Lanegan, guitarist Gary Lee Conner, bass player Van Conner and drummer Mark Pickerel. Although widely associated with grunge, the band's sound . Nearly Lost You. Troubled Times. Look At You. More or Less. All I Know. Shadow of the Season. Dollar Bill. Tomorrow's Dream

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User reviews
Zepavitta
I really LOVE this group, but the mastering / sound quality on this album is pretty atrocious. I'm not sure if I have the original 1988 pressing or the later repress (mysteriously with NO year listed) I have a moderately sensitive system that is mainly designed to bring out a large soundstage and wide image, but even the tonal qualities are VERY squished and muddy. I mean, you can BARELY even hear the drums they are so muffled. It is honestly one of the most horrible masterings I've heard (out of over 2200 vinyl albums) At least it is not over bright or harsh, which WOULD be a lot worse... But, hey, if this is the only way to have the Screaming Trees, then so be it! :D

I would more highly recommend though, if you can find it, the album Uncle Anesthesia. THAT album is frigg'n CLASSIC! The sound quality still isn't stellar, but it is a LOT better than this one. Some of the DAMN best album cover art I've ever seen too :)
Zyniam
I really LOVE this group, but the mastering / sound quality on this album is pretty atrocious. I'm not sure if I have the original 1988 pressing or the later repress (mysteriously with NO year listed) I have a moderately sensitive system that is mainly designed to bring out a large soundstage and wide image, but even the tonal qualities are VERY squished and muddy. I mean, you can BARELY even hear the drums they are so muffled. It is honestly one of the most horrible masterings I've heard (out of over 2200 vinyl albums) At least it is not over bright or harsh, which WOULD be a lot worse... But, hey, if this is the only way to have the Screaming Trees, then so be it! :D

I would more highly recommend though, if you can find it, the album Uncle Anesthesia. THAT album is frigg'n CLASSIC! The sound quality still isn't stellar, but it is a LOT better than this one. Some of the DAMN best album cover art I've ever seen too :)