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Tracklist

Beyond This Horizon4:13
Bed Of Roses3:02
Uncle Anesthesia3:52
Story Of Her Fate1:41
Caught Between5:03
Lay Your Head Down3:32
Before We Arise2:26
Something About Today3:02
Alice Said4:11
Time For Light3:50
Disappearing3:12
Ocean Of Confusion3:05
Closer5:48

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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991-01-29, CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – EK 46800US1991US1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, CDUncle Anesthesia
    CD, Album
    Epic – 467307 2, Epic – EPC 467307 2Europe1991Europe1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991-01-29, VinylUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – E46800US1991US1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, VinylUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 1, Epic – 01-467307-20Europe1991Europe1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991-01-29, CassetteUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – ET 46800, Epic – ET46800, Epic – 46800
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    US1991US1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, CassetteUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – AEC 46800US1991US1991
    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991-03-21, CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – ESCA 5263Japan1991Japan1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991-01-29, CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 2Australia1991Australia1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 2Europe1991Europe1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, CassetteUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – ET 46800Canada1991Canada1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, CassetteUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 4Europe1991Europe1991
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 1991, CassetteUncle Anesthesia
    Cassette, Album, Promo, Chrome
    Epic Records – PAL-46800, Epic Records – PBL-46800US1991US1991
    New Submission
    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 2012-10-01, VinylUncle Anesthesia
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    Music On Vinyl – MOVLP587Europe2012Europe2012
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, 2021-11-12, CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Music On CD – MOCCD14117US2021US2021
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 2, Epic – EPC 467307 2EuropeEurope
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 2, Epic – EPC 467307 2EuropeEurope
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – EK 46800USUS
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    Epic – EK 46800USUS
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – EK 46800USUS
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – EK 46800USUS
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – EK 46800USUS
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 2, Epic – EPC 467307 2EuropeEurope
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    Cover of Uncle Anesthesia, , CDUncle Anesthesia
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    Epic – 467307 2, Epic – EPC 467307 2EuropeEurope
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    Reviews

    • Cahgoonis's avatar
      Cahgoonis
      I don't know for sure & could be wrong but it sounds very much like it was sourced from CD. I would've liked a higher quality sleeve as well rather than the almost paper thin one presented here. If you're a fan, you're going to get it anyway. If you're a flipper you're going to jack up the price now due to Lanegan's passing. Get it while you can.
      • SlightlyCompulsive's avatar
        Finally picked up a copy of this and have zero complaints. Sounds good just like the vast majority of the MOV reissues.
        • mhinojos9's avatar
          mhinojos9
          I know I’m knit picking, but I really wish the vinyl version had cover like this instead of the ugly border on the cover art.
          • mhinojos9's avatar
            mhinojos9
            I said on the other version. Any reason for the border, it just so unnecessary. I honestly would have just kept the cover to fill the entire cover.
            • mhinojos9's avatar
              mhinojos9
              Okay, I have to ask why is the cover art surrounded by that awful beige border.
              • Sacrelicious's avatar
                Sacrelicious
                Been a fan of the Trees since Sweet Oblivion, but this is one of the only records of theirs I hadn't listened to before now. So without familiarity with the CD, I can't say if it's the pressing or just the mix, but Mark's vocals seem kinda burried, and the record sounds a little anemic in general.

                With it I also got Dust from the same publisher, and that sounds fine. So could be just the mix.
                • cosloidian's avatar
                  cosloidian
                  this promo had to have come out in the early fall of 1990. when the trees did their fall '90 tour with social distortion, i already knew the songs from the 'new' album.
                  • aliceboy's avatar
                    aliceboy
                    It's a pretty well-established fact that corporations are evil, so when Washington guitar-psych peddlars Screaming Trees signed to Sony/Epic, fans of the band held their collective breath and waited for the worst. As it turns out, we needn't have worried. Sure, there were only two albums between this album and oblivion for Screaming Trees, and this is likely to be the first album from them with horns, and the sound mix tends more toward the buzzsaw than the sludge, but this is unmistakeably a Screaming Trees album. From the quiet menace of tracks like 'Bed of Roses,' 'Before We Arise' and album closer 'Closer' to the glorious tuneful guitar playgrounds like opener 'Beyond This Horizon' and 'Alice Said,' there's not a single moment this does not sound like the same band fans had been loving for years. In restrospect, it remains merely another superb album from this often-overlooked element of the Seattle craze of the early 1990s, and thus further testament to their sublime and timeless quality.

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