Mark Lanegan’s second solo album was released in between his band The Screaming Trees final two albums, 1992s breakthrough ‘Sweet Oblivion’ and 1996’s ‘Dust’. The album showcased Lanegan’s growing maturity as a songwriter and vocalist and is regarded as an early career high

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“This book is a knockout.” You weren’t expecting it, any of it. An unassuming knockout. A slim “memoir” that reads with such ease that each time it is striking to uncover the profound content that is packed in page after page, line after line.  Reflections of her life as a writer and activist based i

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