Screaming Trees ‎– Invisible Lantern

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SST Records ‎– SST 188
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A1 Ivy
A2 Walk Through To This Side
A3 Lines & Circles
A4 She Knows
A5 Shadow Song
A6 Grey Diamond Desert
Piano – Steve Fisk
B1 Smokerings
B2 The Second I Awake
B3 Invisible Lantern
B4 Even If
B5 Direction Of The Sun
B6 Night Comes Creeping

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Recorded at Velvetone during winter 1988.
Mastered at K-Disc, Hollywood, CA.
Insert with band-photo & credits (DIN-A4).
Translucent brown vinyl when held under light (see images)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 18861-0188-1 2
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SST-188-A 19923 kdisc L.30557
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SST-188-B 19924 kdisc L.30557.X

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SST CD 188 Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern(CD, Album, RE) SST Records SST CD 188 US Unknown Sell This Version
SST 188 Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern(LP, Album, RP) SST Records SST 188 US Unknown Sell This Version
SST 188 Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern(LP, Album, TP) SST Records SST 188 US 1988 Sell This Version
SST 188 Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern(LP, Album, RP, Blo) SST Records SST 188 US 1988 Sell This Version
SSTC 188 Screaming Trees Invisible Lantern(Cass, Album) SST Records SSTC 188 US 1988 Sell This Version

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anjunabeachbum

anjunabeachbum

June 15, 2020
It should be made clear which back cover version belongs to the first press of this record! Yellow or white barcode?
This way it is not very helpful and contradicts the intention of discogs!
latheofheaven

latheofheaven

March 31, 2020
I really LOVE this group, but the mastering / sound quality on this album is pretty atrocious. I'm not sure if I have the original 1988 pressing or the later repress (mysteriously with NO year listed) I have a moderately sensitive system that is mainly designed to bring out a large soundstage and wide image, but even the tonal qualities are VERY squished and muddy. I mean, you can BARELY even hear the drums they are so muffled. It is honestly one of the most horrible masterings I've heard (out of over 2200 vinyl albums) At least it is not over bright or harsh, which WOULD be a lot worse... But, hey, if this is the only way to have the Screaming Trees, then so be it! :D

I would more highly recommend though, if you can find it, the album Uncle Anesthesia. THAT album is frigg'n CLASSIC! The sound quality still isn't stellar, but it is a LOT better than this one. Some of the DAMN best album cover art I've ever seen too :)