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Witness - Screaming Trees - Dust (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 19,  · Screaming Trees - Witness - Dust Song Witness; Artist Screaming Trees; Album Original Album Classics.
  2. Oct 19,  · Screaming Trees - Halo Of Ashes - Dust Screaming Trees - Halo Of Ashes - Dust Skip navigation Sign in. Original Album Classics; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dust on Discogs. Label: Epic - 2,Epic - EPC 2,Epic - • Format: CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Grunge, Psychedelic Rock, Country Rock/5(96).
  4. Dust emerged in July , featuring guest spots from Benmont Tench, on loan from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, and Pearl Jam's Mike McCready. Mixed by Andy Wallace (Nirvana, Jeff Buckley, White Zombie), the album kicks off with the visceral Halo Of Ashes, driven by Garry Lee Conner's electric sitar, followed by the psychedelic single, All I Know and the plaintive Sworn And Broken/5(11).
  5. Released: Format: Vinyl, LP, AlbumSleeve condition: Near MintMedia condition: Near MintTracklist:[A1] Halo Of Ashes[A2] All I Know[A3] Look At You[A4] Dying Days[A5] Make My Mind[B1] Sworn And Broken[B2] Witness[B3] Traveler[B4] Dime Western[B5] Gospel PlowIssued with a printed innersleeve containing tracks, band m.
  6. Seven Storms by Mountain Dust, released 1. Seven Storms 2. White Bluffs 3. Turn You In 4. Inside The Rift 5. You Could 6. Into The Depths 7. Witness Marks 8. Old Chills 9. Stop Screaming Release date:
  7. Features Song Lyrics for Screaming Trees's Dust album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  8. Album · · 10 Songs. Sign In Open in iTunes. Sign In Dust Screaming Trees Alternative • Play Shuffle. SONG TIME Halo of Ashes. 1. PREVIEW All I Know. 2. PREVIEW Look At You Dying Days. 4. PREVIEW Make My Mind. 5. PREVIEW Sworn and Broken. 6. PREVIEW Witness.
  9. After an aborted attempt at recording a follow-up to Sweet Oblivion with producer Don Fleming, Screaming Trees hired George Drakoulias to man the controls for what turned out to be their final album. Fortunately, the creative malaise and personal chaos that reportedly plagued the creation of Dust is nowhere to be found in its finished grooves.

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