Mark Lanegan discography

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Mark Lanegan discography

The Gutter Twins at The Bowery Ballroom in 2008. From left: Greg Dulli, Mark Lanegan
Releases
Studio albums 8
EPs 2
Singles 14
Music videos 8
Other appearances 11

The discography of Mark Lanegan consists of nine studio albums and two EPs as a solo artist, and many other releases from collaborations with other artists.

After working with the Screaming Trees since the early 1980s Lanegan left the band due to internal strife over its creative direction.[1] He released his first solo album The Winding Sheet, in 1990 on Sub Pop Recordings where he collaborated with Kurt Cobain on the track "Down in the Dark".[2] His second record, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost, was released on January 12, 1994.[3] Lanegan released Scraps at Midnight which was his first album to chart and it peaked at 191 on the UK Albums Chart. In 2000 Lanegan guested on Rated R by Queens of the Stone Age, a band which he had become a full-time member of in 2001. In 2003 Lanegan started working with Greg Dulli as The Gutter Twins. They would release their debut album in 2008 which peaked at 117 on the Billboard 200; the highest placement for a Lanegan record.[4] Lanegan recorded his sixth album, Bubblegum, in 2004; it became his first solo album to chart in the United States. He released the album under the name Mark Lanegan Band. In 2006, Lanegan released Ballad of the Broken Seas with Isobel Campbell, which was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize.[5] This was followed by Sunday at Devil Dirt, released in 2008,[3] and Hawk, released on August 17, 2010.

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Peak chart position
US Ind.[6] BEL

[7]

FIN

[8]

FRA

[9]

GER

[10]

IRE

[7]

ITA

[11]

NLD

[12]

NOR

[13]

UK

[14]

1990 The Winding Sheet
  • Released: May 1, 1990
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #061)
  • Formats: CD, CS, LP
1994 Whiskey for the Holy Ghost
  • Released: January 18, 1994
  • Label: Sub Pop (SP #132)
  • Formats: CD, CS, LP
1998 Scraps at Midnight
  • Released: July 20–21, 1998
  • Label: Beggars Banquet (BBQ #204),
    Sub Pop (SP #419)
  • Formats: CD, LP
191
1999 I'll Take Care of You
  • Released: September 20–21, 1999
  • Label: Beggars Banquet (BBQ #215),
    Sub Pop (SP #445)
  • Formats: CD, LP
2001 Field Songs
  • Released: May 8, 2001 – June 11, 2001
  • Label: Beggars Banquet (BBQ #224),
    Sub Pop (SP #502)
  • Formats: CD, LP
2004 Bubblegum
  • Released: August 2, 2004
  • Label: Beggars Banquet (BBQ #237)
  • Formats: CD, LP
39 28 35 189 67 35 23 36 30 43
2012 Blues Funeral 15 4 24 51 41 12 20 12 21
2013 Imitations 17 45 53 62
2014 Phantom Radio 21 131 27 53 22
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Extended plays[edit]

Year Title
2003 Here Comes That Weird Chill[I]
  • Released: November 4, 2003
  • Label: Beggars Banquet (BBQ #373CD)
  • Formats: CD, LP
2012 Dark Mark Does Christmas 2012
  • Released: November 2012
  • Label: self-released
  • Formats: CD
2014 No Bells on Sunday
  • Released: July 29, 2014
  • Label: Flooded Soil/Vagrant Records
  • Formats: Vinyl

^ I Appeared on the UK Budget Albums Chart at number 35.[15]

Singles[edit]

Year Song Peak chart position Album
UK

[15][16]

1990 "Down in the Dark" The Winding Sheet
1994 "House a Home" Whiskey for the Holy Ghost
1998 "Stay" Scraps at Midnight
2002 "No One Knows"
(as part of Queens of the Stone Age)
15 Songs for the Deaf
2004 "Sideways in Reverse" Bubblegum
"Hit the City"
(featuring PJ Harvey)
76
2005 "Burn the Witch" Lullabies to Paralyze
2006 "Ramblin' Man" 116 Ballad of the Broken Seas
"Honey Child What Can I Do?" 199
2007 "Revival" It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land
"Kingdoms of Rain"
2008 "Who Built The Road" Sunday at Devil Dirt
2011 "The Gravedigger's Song" Blues Funeral
2012 "Harborview Hospital" Blues Funeral
2013 "I'm Not the Loving Kind" Imitations

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director
1990 "Ugly Sunday" Russell Bates[17]
1994 "House a Home"
2004 "Sideways in Reverse" Charles Mehling[18]
"Hit the City"
2006 "Ramblin Man" Vrnda Daktor[19]
"Time Is Just the Same"
2007 "Revival" Ben Foley[20]
2012 "The Gravedigger's Song" Alistair Legrand[21]
2013 "I'm Not The Loving Kind"

With Duke Garwood[edit]

Year Title Peak chart position
BEL

[7]

FRA

[9]

ITA

[7]

IRE

[7]

NLD

[12]

NOR

[13]

SWE

[7]

SWI

[22]

UK

[7]

2013 Black Pudding 38 72 74
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

With Isobel Campbell[edit]

Year Title Peak chart position
BEL

[7]

FRA

[9]

ITA

[7]

IRE

[7]

NLD

[12]

NOR

[13]

SWE

[7]

SWI

[22]

UK

[14]

2006 Ballad of the Broken Seas
  • Released: March 7, 2006
  • Label: V2 (V2 #1035821)
  • Formats: CD, LP
15 96 27 21 32 51 56 38
2008 Sunday at Devil Dirt
  • Released: May 13, 2008
  • Label: V2 (V2 #1050622)
  • Formats: CD, LP
6 96 41 28 69 25 37 38
2010 Hawk
  • Released: August 16, 2010
  • Label: V2
  • Formats: CD, LP
5 119 54 21 28 29
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Collaborations[edit]

Year Collaborations[23] Song(s) Album Ref.
1987 Steve Fisk "This Vacuum", violin on "Johnny Smoke (Swamp Thing)" 448 Deathless Days [24]
1993 The Walkabouts "Feel Like Going Home" Satisfied Mind
1995 Mike Watt "Max & Wells" Ball-Hog or Tugboat? [25]
Steve Fisk "One More Valley" Over and Thru the Night [26]
Mad Season "I'm Above", "Long Gone Day", "Locomotive", "Black Book of Fear", and "Slip Away" Above [27]
2001 The Desert Sessions "Hanging Tree" Volumes 7 & 8 [28]
Masters of Reality "High Noon Amsterdam" Deep In The Hole [29]
2003 Martina Topley-Bird "Need One" Quixotic [30]
The Twilight Singers "Number Nine" Blackberry Belle [31]
Mondo Generator "Four Corners" A Drug Problem That Never Existed
2004 Melissa Auf der Maur "Taste You" Auf Der Maur [32]
The Twilight Singers "Hyperballad", "Real Love", "Hard Time Killing Floor" She Loves You [33]
2006 The Twilight Singers "Live With Me", "Flashback" A Stitch In Time [34]
2007 Creature With The Atom Brain "Black Out, New Hit", "Crawl Like A Dog" I Am The Golden Gate Bridge [35]
Soulsavers "Revival", "Ghosts of You and Me", "Paper Money",
"Ask the Dust", "Spiritual",
"Kingdoms of Rain",
"Through My Sails", "Jesus of Nothing" and "No Expectations"
It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land [36]
2009 Creature With The Atom Brain "Lonely Light" Transylvania [37]
Soulsavers "Death Bells", "Unbalanced Pieces", "You Will Miss Me When I Burn", "Some Misunderstanding", "All The Way Down", "Shadows Fall", "Can't Catch The Train", "Pharaoh's Chariot", "Rolling Sky" Broken [38]
2010 Unkle "Another Night Out" Where Did the Night Fall [39]
2012 Maciej Werk "Long Cold Race" Songs That Make Sense [40]
Martina Topley-Bird "Crystalised" [41]
2013 Christine Owman "One Of The Folks", "Familiar Act" Little Beast [42]
Moby "The Lonely Night" The Lonely Night [43]
Queens Of The Stone Age "If I Had a Tail", "Fairweather Friends" ...Like Clockwork

Other appearances[edit]

Year Title Song(s) Ref.
1991 The Grunge Years "Ugly Sunday" [44]
1996 Twisted Willie "She's Not for You" [45]
1999 More Oar: A Tribute to the Skip Spence Album "Cripple Creek" [46]
2000 Free the West Memphis 3 "Untitled Lullabye" [47]
2000 Sing a Song for You: Tribute to Tim Buckley "Café" [48]
2001 Give The People What We Want: Songs of The Kinks "Nothin' In The World Can Stop Me Worryin' 'Bout That Girl" [49]
2005 Sunday Nights: The Songs of Junior Kimbrough "All Night Long" [50]
2006 Dog Train: A Wild Ride On the Rock and Roll Side "Sneakers" [51]
2007 I'm Not There: Original Soundtrack "Man in the Long Black Coat" [52]
2012 Lawless: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Fire and Brimstone", "White Light / White Heat", "Sure 'Nuff 'n Yes I Do" [53]
Light In The Attic 10 Year Anniversary: Karen Dalton "Same Old Man" "Same Old Man" [54]

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