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Mark Lanegan

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Mark Lanegan: The Winding Sheet (Glitterhouse)

Review by Andrew Smith, Melody Maker, 23 June 1990

WE KNOW very little about Mark Lanegan except that he's the singer with Screaming Trees and that this, his first solo album, is a magnificent ...

Mark Lanegan: The Art of Darkness

Interview by Andy Gill, The Independent, 27 September 2013

Mark Lanegan's unmistakably melancholy voice has featured on a multitude of collaborations. But, he tells Andy Gill, his latest album is his own. Well, kind ...

Mark Lanegan: Holy Spirit

Interview by Cathi Unsworth, Melody Maker, 15 January 1994

MARK LANEGAN, singer with Screaming Trees, America's premier country-grunge act, has just made a solo record which is even better than his band's stuff. Which ...

Mark Lanegan: Blues Funeral

Review by Dorian Lynskey, Q, March 2012

Growling alt-rocker's first solo album in eight years. Worth the wait. ...

Mark Lanegan: Bubblegum

Review by Fred Mills, No Depression, September 2004

IF YOU HAVE no tolerance for revolving-door "recovering" addicts who feel compelled to chronicle, on record after record, every opium-drenched near-death vision and every groveling ...

Mark Lanegan: "Heroin stopped me dying of alcoholism"

Interview by Jude Rogers, The Guardian, 30 April 2020

His guilt over Kurt Cobain's death, his scrap with Liam Gallagher, his year getting clean ... the former Screaming Trees frontman reveals why writing his ...

Mark Lanegan

Interview by Julian Marszalek, The Quietus, 4 August 2014

We catch up with the singer-songwriter to talk about his upcoming EP and album with his band, No Bells On Sunday and Phantom Radio. ...

"You Can't Escape Your Influences" Mark Lanegan's Favourite Albums

Interview by Julian Marszalek, The Quietus, 26 January 2012

In one of our best Baker's Dozens yet, Mark Lanegan talks Julian Marszalek through the most-played discs in his collection. ...

Mark Lanegan: Death Valley Blues

Interview by Keith Cameron, MOJO, October 2004

MARK LANEGAN HAS JUST PUT THE unfiltered Camel to his lips when there's a knock at the door. It's his UK record company's PR. "I ...

Mark Lanegan: Scraps at Midnight (Sub Pop)

Review by Mac Randall, Musician, October 1998

THINK BROWN. Brown clouds of dust hanging on the horizon. Big brown rocks catching the last rays at sunset. Warm brown whiskey in a hip ...

Mark Lanegan: Electric Ballroom, London

Live Review by Rick Pearson, The Evening Standard, 5 August 2015

GRUNGE-ROCK survivor Mark Lanegan is not renowned for his rose-tinted view of the world. "You've been torturing me," rumbled the 50-year-old during set opener 'The ...

Mark Lanegan: Shadow Play

Interview by Rob Hughes, Record Collector, February 2014

Over a series of solo albums, work with Screaming Trees and Queens Of The Stone Age, among others, Mark Lanegan has proved his worth as ...

Mark Lanegan defied darkness to become one of his generation's most soulful singers

Obituary by Stevie Chick, The Guardian, 23 February 2022

ONCE PRIMED TO SELF-DESTRUCT, Lanegan found salvation and creative freedom in collaborations that brought out the nuances of his uniquely dignified voice. ...

Mark Lanegan

Interview by Stevie Chick, Loose Lips Sink Ships, February 2004

When was your first time in jail?"I was twelve years old... It was for shoplifting. Shoplifting booze, heh heh heh."Have you always been attracted to ...

Mark Lanegan: Scraps At Midnight (Beggars Banquet)

Review by Tom Cox, The Guardian, 3 July 1998

Hard chimes: Tom Cox on a brooding, rumbling lone star ...

Twangs can only get better

Overview by Tom Cox, The Observer, 21 October 2001

Country has gone way beyond Nashville, says Tom Cox. It's the new rebel music. ...

see also Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan

see also Queens Of The Stone Age

see also Screaming Trees

see also Twilight Singers, The

see also Gutter Twins, The


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