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Screaming Trees-Sweet Oblivion-CD-FLAC-1992-WRS

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Screaming Trees-Sweet Oblivion-CD-FLAC-1992-WRS

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Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion
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Artist...............: Screaming Trees
Album................: Sweet Oblivion
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1992
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 68 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit

Ripped by............: WRS on 3/4/2013
Posted by............: WRS on 3/4/2013

Tracklisting
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1. Screaming Trees - Shadow Of The Season [04:34]
2. Screaming Trees - Nearly Lost You [04:07]
3. Screaming Trees - Dollar Bill [04:35]
4. Screaming Trees - More Or Less [03:11]
5. Screaming Trees - Butterfly [03:22]
6. Screaming Trees - For Celebrations Past [04:09]
7. Screaming Trees - The Secret Kind [03:08]
8. Screaming Trees - Winter Song [03:43]
9. Screaming Trees - Troubled Times [05:20]
10. Screaming Trees - No One Knows [05:13]
11. Screaming Trees - Julie Paradise [05:05]

Playing Time.........: 46:32
Total Size...........: 319.07 MB

19Oct/11Off

Screaming Trees-Dust-(EK64178)-CD-FLAC-1996-DeVOiD

Screaming Trees-Dust-(EK64178)-CD-FLAC-1996-DeVOiD

[RELEASE.iNFO]
   ARTiST......: Screaming Trees                                            
   ALBUM.......: Dust                                                       
   TYPE........: Normal                                                     
   GENRE.......: Grunge                                                     
   LABEL.......: Epic                                                       
   YEAR........: 1996            SOURCE...: CDDA                            
   RiP.DATE....: 10-17-2011      GRABBER..: Exact Audio Copy v1.0 beta 2    
   STREET.DATE.: 06-25-1996      ENCODER..: FLAC 1.2.1b Lossless            
   CATALOG.....: EK64178         QUALiTY..: 959kbpsavg 44.1kHz 2 channels   
[TRACK.LiST]
   01  Halo of Ashes                                       4:04             
   02  All I Know                                          3:55             
   03  Look At You                                         4:42             
   04  Dying Days                                          4:51             
   05  Make My Mind                                        4:11             
   06  Sworn and Broken                                    3:34             
   07  Witness                                             3:39             
   08  Traveler                                            5:22             
   09  Dime Western                                        3:39             
   10  Gospel Plow                                         6:17             
                            TOTAL SiZE.: 10 Files/316.4MB/44:14 min         
[RELEASE.NOTES]
    In many ways, the Screaming Trees missed their opportunity. They        
    released Sweet Oblivion just as grunge began to capture national        
    attention and they didn't tour the album extensively, which meant       
    nearly all of their fellow Seattle bands became superstars while they   
    stood to the side. 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 metal and folk. The influence of   
    Mark Lanegan's haunting solo albums is apparent in both the sound and   
    emotional tone of the record, but this is hardly a solo project -- the  
    rest of the band has added a gritty weight to Lanegan's spare prose.    
    The Screaming Trees sound tighter than they ever have and their         
    melodies and hooks are stronger, more memorable, making Dust their      
    most consistently impressive record.                                    
    URL:    http://screamingtrees.net