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  • Audio CD (February 28, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000002A33
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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Dust - Screaming Trees

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The Trees' third and best major-label album wasn't an easy one to make: the band felt compelled to scrap the first recording with producer Don Fleming and re-record the songs with George Drakoulias of Black Crowes and Tom Petty fame. But the creative malaise and personal chaos that reportedly plagued the follow-up to 1992's gold-selling Sweet Oblivion are nowhere in evidence in the finished grooves. Dust is a complex, layered effort that transcends the grunge tag so often hung on the band by emphasizing deep roots in psychedelia and folk-rock that have been obscured in the past by the fuzz and fury. As always, Mark Lanegan's smooth-as-bourbon vocals and Gary Lee Conner's thunderstorm guitars are two of the most distinctive instruments Seattle has produced. But what makes this album special is the ensemble playing and the dynamics: The band seems to have listened to Lanegan's call in "Make My Mind" to "Take a minute just to breathe." Sitars, tabla, harmonium, and Mellotron adorn moving midtempo rockers such as "All I Know" and "Dying Days," adding to a world-weary but overall optimistic vibe. Dust could be considered the combination of MTV Unplugged in New York and From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah that Nirvana was never able to realize--it's a mature, melodic album that doesn't sacrifice the energy of youthful rock & roll abandon. --Jim Derogatis

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Criminally overlooked masterpiece... May 3, 2004
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I know of two criminally overlooked albums in the 90s-and then again a busload which were "simply" overlooked.
Those two are the eponymous album by Mad Season and "Dust" by the Screaming Trees.
The thing about the 'Trees is that for years it was anticipated they'd deliver a brilliant album and for years it wasn't happening. A true riddle really, since all the necessary elements were there: an incredible singer, and a truly great band to back him up. Yet, if you listen to their earlier albums the mystery gets solved. Internal band strifes, bad producing, or simply the chemistry not really coming together were the factors responsible for those rather "so and so" early efforts.
Once all the components were just right, the result, in "Dust", was exactly what many people were hoping for:
absolutely stunning.
The thing is that by then, noone was expecting anything much from the Trees and thus this masterpiece went largely unnoticed, when in fact, well, in fact it was one of the very best albums of the whole decade!
But it gets more interesting actually. "Dust", despite what many people think (in their desire to categorise everything) was not just "another grunge album". It probably had as little to do with grunge as Soundgarden did. What it was, was a gorgeous bluesy but unmistakably rock album with a capital "R".
But that alone isn't what makes it so great.
What makes it stand out is that it's one of those albums where the intensity of the music and the singing is so capturing that it's irresistible. "Dust" isnt one of those albums to listen to a few times and put it away for good. It's without a doubt an LP that you will come back to many times for years to come because it leaves a mark on
the listener like few albums do.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fine Swansong From The Most Overlooked Band In The 90s September 12, 2007
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When I listen to "Dust" nowadays it really makes me question why the Screaming Trees never received the recognition of their contemporaries. While Alice In Chains, Nirvana, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam surged into the limelight with passionate grit and angst, The Trees forged their own loyal allegiance through low-key yet equally admirable releases. "Dust" was the last of these releases, and proved to be a glorious swansong and the band's best.

For those unaware of the band's style and sound, I would urge you to try and separate them from their grunge era tag. Do not expect raging distorted guitars and aggressive vocals. Instead Screaming Trees fuse soaring melodies and harmonies, infectious chorus hooks and 60s psychedelic rock into their sound. The result is intriguing and unique, and is given further prowess and individuality by front man Mark Lanegan. Lanegan's wonderful gravely and brooding tone is sumptuous throughout, elevating the band's music.

What makes "Dust" such a special album for me is its consistency. The band was always able to write excellent songs, but always seemed to struggle to recreate this consistently throughout an album. "Sweet Oblivion" touched on the consistency needed, but still contained the odd lacking track that I would always skip. With "Dust" I can simply press play, sit back and enjoy its entirety. There are still standout tracks however, such as the stunning "All I Know" which has the most glorious of chorus harmonies. "Make My Mind" is one of the band's classic songs; showcases great pop sensibility in the main hook. "Dying Days" is perhaps the band's most well crafted song, shifting between subtle slow-burning verses and uplifting choruses.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Album June 23, 2002
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I've liked "grunge music" for quite a while, and when I eventually heard of the Screaming Trees, I downloaded the song Nearly Lost You. I liked it, but didn't think of it as anything special. After reading so much praise for Dust however, I decided to take a chance when I saw it second hand in a local record shop. I was blown away on the first listen.
Psychedelia and folk are genres I've never been drawn to, but the Screaming Trees have created such a unique, touching, folk/metal/psychedelia/grunge/genres-I-can't-quite-pinpoint hybrid it's impossible to resist.
Mark Lanegan shines: a husky, gorgeous voice that perfectly compliments the music, with moving and beautiful lyrics that match the quality of those of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden.
From the first frantic burst of Halo of Ashes to the final fading melancholy of Gospel Plow, every song is a winner.
I wouldn't class this as a grunge album, but I think it will appeal to open-minded fans of the genre. Criminally ignored and among my top five favourites, I consider Dust to be the most versatile (and perhaps one of the best) rock albums ever.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars one of the nineties best, if not the June 15, 2000
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I saw some reviews for this cd on, they were mostly in praise, so I just decided to buy it used from Wherehouse. How could anyone not shower this with praise. This cd has some of the best songs I have ever heard. PERIOD. "Dying Days" and "Witness" are just incredible. Of course these guys were one of Seattle's originals. And were considered grunge with the likes of Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden. Although none of those bands sound remotely similar....they seem to have been jumbled into an undefinable genre. The Screaming Trees do not share any similarities with these bands either. The best way to describe them would be "phsychadelic folk rock". It sounds kind of strange. But it makes sense when you hear them. The guitar's sing, the drums pound, and lanegan's voice is infectiously melodic and smooth. All of the elements flow together to create some of the most artistic and pleasing tunes ever made. Of course this album didn't sell that much. Why? I don't know. It is definitely intended for mature audiences. Those who can appreciate old sixties and seventies music like Buffalo Sprinfield and others. There are not any bad songs here, there aren't even any mediocre tunes. Everything is above par, and very good. If you don't have this cd...then your cd collection is worthless. GO BUY IT RIGHT NOW.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars THE GREATEST ALBUM EVER
I've been a fan since the 90's, and have loved everything they have done, but this album is BEYOND perfect. Read more
Published 13 months ago by Adrian Perez
5.0 out of 5 stars the best screaming trees' album
Actually it's not just the best album of the best Seattle band. It's the best Mark Lannegan's ouvre. I really love it and the vinyl is a wanderful experience of listening music.
Published 15 months ago by mario bolpoto
5.0 out of 5 stars A fine rock album
dust is the best album from screaming trees and along with sweet oblivion .this album features 10 fine songs all of them classics and is very highly recommended.
Published 15 months ago by Rohit R
5.0 out of 5 stars Under-rated Altrock Classic
Mark Lanegan is a great artist in my favorate genre--altrock. He first came to my attention with his 2012 Mark Lanegan Band album, "Blues Funeral. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Sedric Ziegler
5.0 out of 5 stars it should have been a bigger hit
it's a great album
this band is one of the finest examples of Seattle grunge there is if have never listened to them you should
Published 18 months ago by dabeanburrito
4.0 out of 5 stars Dust
ST gud band too bad they're gone. This CDs is more advanced than Ovulation but its pretty much the same. 4 star got a pretty far way to b a prefect 5 star band.
Published 21 months ago by seeyascott
4.0 out of 5 stars Grunge's LZ3
Bought this when it came out upon reading a favorable review in Rolling Stone. On my 3rd copy since then and still one of the best in my collection. Read more
Published on December 22, 2011 by eldino02
4.0 out of 5 stars on the best albums ever except songs are mixed up
This is one of the best albums ever. The sound quality is top notch. There only problem is with the cd version of this album. Read more
Published on August 22, 2011 by bleddog
5.0 out of 5 stars Heavy contender for best rock album of the 90's
It's such a shame that by 1996 anything tagged with the grunge moniker was considered old hat by mainstream media and fans alike. Read more
Published on March 17, 2011 by Christopher Roche
1.0 out of 5 stars Good Music but i just received a BAD COPY (piracy)
I bought this CD about 2 months, and AMAZON says that the item was out of stock, so, I wait a month more... Read more
Published on March 15, 2011 by Mr Writer
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