Dust is the seventh and final studio album by Screaming Trees, released on June 25, 1996. After an aborted attempt at recording a followup to Sweet Oblivion with producer Don Fleming, the band hired producer George Drakoulias to man the controls for what eventually turned out to be their last album.
Other Worlds (Taken by Trees album). Other Worlds is the third studio album by Taken by Trees, the solo project of Swedish musician Victoria Bergsman. The album was released on 2 October 2012 by Secretly Canadian. The music on the album was inspired by Bergsman's travel to Hawaii.
Trees biography Active only between 1969 and 1972 (the last two years in a different formation and without any recording). A few years into the British folk-rock boom, came along a band called the TREES, that got slagged off by the mindless British weekly press as FAIRPORT CONVENTION sound-alike. One The Shore", the second and last album released by Trees in 1970 (the same year as their debut) is much different musically. The compositions are more (only two covers) and much more mature and progressive. The band leaves time for their songs to develop and has already established a more atmospheric, narrative style.
So This Is Silence" kicks off the Trees' debut with a semi-tribal drum rhythm sounding not unlike something from the Cure's Pornography, albeit lighter; given that Cure drummer Lol Tolhurst produced the record, such a connection makes perfect sense. However, the Trees weren't, and have never been, mere clones of the Cure despite Tolhurst's help and Robert Smith's long-term patronage, though at this stage of their careers the band's collective influences certainly hung heavy.
And Also the Trees was released in February 1984. The album was reissued in 1992 on the German label Normal Records.
Trees is the eleventh song on the album Vessel. This song is used to finish almost every show the band perform and the live performance involves Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun drumming in the audience. It was recorded in Los Angeles and is produced by Greg Wells. Originally, the song was recorded for Regional at Best. However, when the band signed to Fueled by Ramen, the album was discontinued along with the song.
|1||Trade Me That Briefcase||2:35|
|4||One Nostril Open||2:59|
|5||Fine Was Fraud||2:31|
|6||Own A Hut To Live In||2:10|
|7||Spinal Bifida Thanks You Kindly||2:05|