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Last Words: The Final Recordings


Download links and information about Last Words: The Final Recordings by Screaming Trees. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Grunge, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 38:44 minutes.

Artist: Screaming Trees
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Grunge, Alternative
Tracks: 10
Duration: 38:44
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No. Title Length
1. Ash Gray Sunday 3:36
2. Door Into Summer 3:27
3. Revelator 4:33
4. Crawlspace 4:19
5. Black Rose Way 4:23
6. Reflections 4:06
7. Tomorrow Changes 3:51
8. Low Life 3:49
9. Anita Grey 3:36
10. Last Words 3:04



The ‘90s alternative wave didn’t help everyone who participated. Screaming Trees had been a modestly successful blues-punk-psychedelic group that gained a harder edge after signing to a major label. After a touch of success, Screaming Trees found themselves without a label, and Last Words sat in limbo for 12 years until drummer Barrett Martin finally released it himself. The recordings were made at Pearl Jam guitarist Stone Gossard’s studio, circa ‘98-‘99, and they’re top-notch. Back to their raw beginnings, but with singer Mark Lanegan’s growl ever more authoritative, The Final Recordings stands among the group’s finest releases. “Crawlspace” cuts with precision as a bluesy-punk snarl filtered through effects increases the unease. “Reflections” has a backwoods folk feel as the backing vocals approach the sounds of a séance. “Tomorrow Changes” samples psychedelic pop, while “Anita Grey” has a lighter feel, closer in line with the group’s late-‘80s output. “Ash Gray Sunday,” “Revelator,” and “Last Words” make the case for Screaming Trees as one of the most underrated groups of the ‘90s.