Screaming Trees – Sweet Oblivion (CD) Description:

Screaming Trees – Spin (10/92 p.106) – Highly Rmended – …Screaming Trees use tools forged in the heat of early-70s post-psychedelia to forge songs with new-sounding structures…powerful poignant and bittersweet… Entertainment Weekly (10/9/92 p.58) – …Screaming Trees arent just another grunge band. The Trees deep roots suggest more a classic rock band with traces of Neil Young 70s Southern rock psychedelic pop and garage punk… – Rating: B+ Q (10/92 p.90) – 4 Stars – Excellent – …they recall the more belligerent outpourings of Deep Purple Sabbath and even Blue Oyster Cult…there is glory in gargantuan sonic gestures… Village Voice (3/9/93 p.80) – …these Northwest veterans have started roiling and hooking and knocking em dead at the very moment they seemed ready to expire of corporate torpor… – Rating: B+ NME (Magazine) (10/3/92 p.37) – 8 – Very Good – …the sound of a spirit renewing itself…their big triumph…flows with the happy tension of a band thats corralled its scattered energies shed a few skins and put to work the huge buzz thats come with their new lease on life… Disc 1 1. Shadow of the Season 2. Nearly Lost You 3. Dollar Bill 4. More or Less 5. Butterfly 6. For Celebrations Past – (bonus track) 7. Secret Kind The 8. Winter Song 9. Troubled Times 10. No One Knows 11. Julie Paradise Screaming Trees – Sweet Oblivion (CD)