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Screaming Trees - Buzz Factory Album
Screaming Trees - Buzz Factory Album
Performer: Screaming Trees
Title: Buzz Factory
Label: SST Records
Country: US
Style: Alternative Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Cat: SST CD 248
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2247 mb | MP3 size: 1319 mb | WMA size: 2305 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Too Far Away3:37
2Where The Twain Shall Meet3:29
3Black Sun Morning
Backing Vocals – Jack Endino
5:03
4Flower Web3:41
5Wish Bringer3:06
6Windows2:42
7The Looking Glass Cracked3:36
8End Of The Universe6:11
9Subtle Poison3:53
10Revelation Revolution2:43
11Yard Trip #72:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SST 248Screaming Trees Buzz Factory ‎(LP, Album)SST RecordsSST 248US1989
SST 248Screaming Trees Buzz Factory ‎(LP, Album, Blu)SST RecordsSST 248US1989
SST CD 248Screaming Trees Buzz Factory ‎(CD, Album)SST RecordsSST CD 248US1989
SST 248Screaming Trees Buzz Factory ‎(Cass, Advance, Promo)SST RecordsSST 248US1989
SST 248Screaming Trees Buzz Factory ‎(LP, Album, TP)SST RecordsSST 248US1989

Credits

  • BassVan Conner
  • Design [Cover Design]Jena Scott
  • DrumsMark Pickerel
  • GuitarGary Lee Conner
  • ProducerJack Endino, Screaming Trees
  • Technician [Lights]Dana Doak
  • Technician [Live Sound]Rod Doak
  • VocalsMark Lanegan
  • Written-By [All Songs By]Screaming Trees

Notes

Recorded at Reciprocal, Seattle, WA. 12/88

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 18861-0248-2 0
  • Matrix / Runout: SSTCD248RE 3N
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant): SSTCD248RE2 1R 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L250
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4162

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Purple Outside/Grey Diamond Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – SST Records
  • Recorded At – Reciprocal Recording
  • Manufactured By – JVC

Album

Buzz Factory would mark the Screaming Trees' final recording for SST, but not their last stand as independent recording artists. They would follow up by spending some quality time with Seattle indie Sub Pop, prior to the release of their Epic debut, Uncle Anesthesia, two years later. Produced by the Trees and Jack Endino Superfuzz Bigmuff, Bleach, Buzz Factory lives up to its title with buzz aplenty courtesy Gary Lee Conner's muscular guitar playing. The album is a solid if not spectacular send-off, which should come as little surprise - history will remember the Trees as one of. Buzz Factory. Screaming Trees - Buzz Factory 1989. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Screaming Trees. On the upside, the shift would alter the Trees destiny and bring them a bigger audience. On the downside, it'd lump them with a lot of groups with whom they had little in common. While their younger peers Nirvana were turning to the sounds of Black Sabbath for inspiration, the Trees remained firm disciplines of the '60s garage rock tradition. Yet Buzz Factory sharpened the feedback layers and the force of their delivery. Screaming Trees dont. Listen free to Screaming Trees Buzz Factory Where the Twain Shall Meet, Windows and more. 11 tracks 40:25. It was their final record for SST Records. The LP was available on translucent purple vinyl. Their next recording, the Change Has Come EP, was released in 1990 on Sub Pop. Where the Twain Shall Meet - 3:29. Windows - 2:42. Black Sun Morning - 5:03. Too Far Away - 3:37. Subtle Poison - 3:53. Yard Trip 7 - 2:24. Flower Web - 3:41. Wish Bringer - 3:06. Revelation Revolution - 2:43. Screaming Trees - Buzz Factory review: Screaming Trees' last album under SST Records, Buzz Factory is certainly the band's most consistent one up to that point and a true highlight in its career. Review Summary: Screaming Trees' last album under SST Records, Buzz Factory is certainly the band's most consistent one up to that point and a true highlight in its career. Screaming Trees have always been of the most distinctive and versatile bands of the Seattle music scene of late 80's and early 90's. Though they never quite achieved the mainstream attention the material they put out deserved, they've always been held in high regard by a majority of grunge fans. Band Name Screaming Trees. Album Name Buzz Factory. Type Album. Released date 17 July 1990. Labels SST. Music StyleGrunge. Members owning this album1. Where the Twain Shall Meet. Other productions from Screaming Trees. Last Words : the Final Recordings. Ocean of Confusion : Songs of Screaming Trees 1990-1996. Buzz Factory is the fourth studio album by Seattle band Screaming Trees and their final record released through SST Records released in 1989. The LP was also available on translucent purple vinyl. Their next recording, the Change Has Come EP, was released in 1990 on the Sub Pop label. Buzz Factory Q&A. The Official Screaming Trees Page. Today's Tree Tune 692020-Screaming Trees with Wish Bringer from the 1989 album Buzz Factory. Max Wah Screaming Trees. 17 hrs . Gary Lee Conner

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