Last Words: The Final Recordings

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Last Words: The Final Recordings
Studio album by Screaming Trees
Released August 2, 2011
Recorded 1995 — 1999
Genre grunge, alt-rock
Length 38:44
Label Sunyata Productions
Producer Barrett Martin
Screaming Trees chronology
Ocean of Confusion: Songs of Screaming Trees 1989-1996
(2001)
Last Words: The Final Recordings
(2011)

Last Words: The Final Recordings is the last official album by the American Seattle Grunge band the Screaming Trees.[1] The album itself was recorded two years after their album Dust. Shortly after Dust was released, Epic Records decided to drop the band. However, in the years of 1998 and 1999, the band recorded the album in Pearl Jam's guitarist Stone Gossard's studio. Due to the band's break-up in 2000, and Mark Lanegan's refusal to perform with the band, the album wasn't released for twelve years until drummer Barrett Martin released it on his own label, Sunyata Records. The album received mixed reviews.[2][3][4]

Tracklisting[edit]

  1. "Ash Gray Sunday"
  2. "Door Into Summer"
  3. "Revelator"
  4. "Crawlspace"
  5. "Black Rose Way"
  6. "Reflections"
  7. "Tomorrow Changes"
  8. "Low Life"
  9. "Anita Grey"
  10. "Last Words"

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