Straight Songs Of Sorrow
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The book is a brutal, nerve-shredding read, thanks to Lanegan's unsparing candour in recounting a journey from troubled youth in eastern Washington, through his drug-stained existence amid the '90s Seattle rock scene, to an unlikely salvation at the dawn of the 21st century. There's death and tragedy, yet also humour and hope, thanks to the tenacity which impels its host, even at his lowest moments.
'Straight Songs Of Sorrow' combines musical trace elements from early Mark Lanegan albums with the synthesized constructs of later work. The album feels both definitive and unique, a culmination of its creator's arc yet also indicative of the energy that drives him onto future horizons. No wonder Lanegan is proud.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Label||Heavenly Recordings / Pias|
|Music Genre Primary||Alternative|
- 1. I Wouldn't Want To Say
- 2. Apples From A Tree
- 3. This Game Of Love
- 4. Ketamine
- 5. Bleed All Over
- 6. Churchbells, Ghosts
- 7. Internal Hourglass Discussion
- 8. Stockholm City Blues
- 9. Skeleton Key
- 10. Daylight In The Nocturnal House
- 11. Ballad of the Dying Rover
- 12. Hanging On (For DRC)
- 13. Burying Ground
- 14. At Zero Below
- 15. Eden Lost And Found
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