While rock music is the domain of adolescents (real and imagined), Mark Lanegan's deep, whiskey-rough voice has always conveyed an air of menacing adulthood and troubled sophistication. He made a name for himself as the lead singer of Seattle grunge pioneers Screaming Trees, but even before their 1997 split, was releasing critically acclaimed solo albums, beginning with 1990's The Winding Sheet. Lanegan focused his solo efforts on the rootsier end of the spectrum, writing and covering R&B, blues, and folk songs. He has also sung with riff-rockers Queens of the Stone Age, and collaboarated on a memorable duet with Scottish chanteuse Isobel Campbell.
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