Uncle Anesthesia is the Screaming Trees' fifth studio album and first full-length album on Epic Records. It was released on January 29, 1991. It includes two of the four tracks from the band's previous Epic release, Something About Today EP (1990). The album, recorded throughout June 1990, was the last to feature drumming by original member Mark Pickerel, who left on amicable terms in 1991 to work in a variety of projects. He was replaced by Barrett Martin.
referencing Uncle Anesthesia, LP, Album, E46800. It's a pretty well-established fact that corporations are evil, so when Washington guitar-psych peddlars Screaming Trees signed to Sony/Epic, fans of the band held their collective breath and waited for the worst. As it turns out, we needn't have worried. Sure, there were only two albums between this album and oblivion for Screaming Trees, and this is likely to be the first album from them with horns, and the sound mix tends more toward the buzzsaw than the sludge, but this is unmistakeably a Screaming Trees album. Screaming Trees - Uncle Anesthesia 46:59. Beyond This Horizon 4:14. Screaming Trees - Lay Your Head Down 3:28.
Uncle Anesthesia is the Screaming Trees' fifth studio album and first full-length album on Epic Records. It includes two of the four tracks from the band’s previous Epic release, Something About Today EP. Uncle Anesthesia Q&A. Management Susan Silver.
After a long career with independent label SST, the Screaming Trees arrived at Epic Records with little fanfare (and would leave in much the same way) with 1991's Uncle Anesthesia. Produced by Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and metal specialist Terry Date, the album lurches to its feet on the military shuffle of "Beyond This Horizon.
Uncle Anesthesia" lyrics. Screaming Trees Lyrics. Tries to preach us in the dark By the river I hear you talking Strike a match to the Western sky Blowing fire in the sweet, sweet summertime (Alright). Eyes betray what your words don't speak Burn my gaze with sadness (Turn your head away) I'd rather be almost anywhere else A step away from madness. S. album: "Uncle Anesthesia" (1991).
Uncle Anesthesia is an album by Seattle semi-grunge rockers Screaming Trees that displays a really interesting blend of influences and is a classic example of their unique sound. Released during the rise of grunge, this album differs slightly from the classic "Seattle sound". On "Uncle Anesthesia", there is a large mash up of several distinctly different styles of music that make up the sound of the Screaming Trees. Uncle Anesthesia" makes it apparent that melody is crucial to the Screaming Trees' sound. Whilst they are considered by many as a grunge band, and do occasionally sound like Pearl Jam or Soundgarden, they would rather maintain their heavy, atmospheric, moody melody than end a song in a wash of screaming and guitar feedback as Mudhoney and Nirvana would often do.
Screaming Trees - Uncle Anesthesia. Artist: Screaming Trees. Album: Uncle Anesthesia, 1991. 0:00 Beyond This Horizon (4:13) 4:13 Bed of Roses (3:02) 7:15 Uncle Anesthesia (3:52) 11:07 Story of Her Fate (1:41) 12:48 Caught Between (5:03) 17:51 Lay Your Head Down (3:32) 21:23 Before We Arise (2:26) 23:49 Something About Today (3:02) 26:51 Alice Said (4:11) 31: 02 Time for Light (3:50) 34:52 Disappearing (3:12) 38:04 Ocean of Confusion (3:05) 41:09 Closer (5:48).
|A1||Beyond This Horizon|
|A2||Bed Of Roses|
|A4||Story Of Her Fate|
|A6||Lay Your Head Down|
|A7||Before We Arise|
|B1||Something About Today|
|B3||Time For Light|
|B5||Ocean Of Confusion|
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|ET 46800||Screaming Trees||Uncle Anesthesia (Cass, Album)||Epic||ET 46800||US||1991|