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Screaming Trees

The band recruited legendary producer George Drakoulias and legendary keyboardist Benmont Tench.

Episode 109 brings us another listener suggestion, this time the swan song of the Screaming Trees, their 1996 album Dust. The band recruited legendary producer George Drakoulias and legendary keyboardist Benmont Tench to create their most polished and radio-friendly album of their career, but did it turn out legendary? 

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Songs in this episode

  • Intro - Make My Mind
  • 5:15 - History of the Band
  • 18:56 - All I Know
  • 22:04 - Halo of Ashes
  • 24:14 - Sworn and Broken
  • Outro - Dime Western

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