Mark Lanegan Unreleased Demos Featured In ‘Houston’

Houston (Publishing Demos 2002), a 12-song collection of previously unreleased demos from Mark Lanegan comes out August 21 via Ipecac Recordings. When these songs were crafted, Lanegan’s former band The Screaming Trees had recently disbanded and Lanegan was embarking on a solo career.

Lanegan, whose last recording was the 2014 release Phantom Radio, has also been a member of Queens of the Stone Age, collaborated with singer Isobel Campbell on several albums, and also paired with Greg Dulli to form The Gutter Twins (their 2008 album  

Art for Houston (Publishing Demos 2002was crafted by The Mekons’ Jon Langford  with Justice Records founder Randall Jamail serving as the album’s producer.

Houston (Publishing Demos 2002) track list:
1.     No Cross
2.     Two Horses
3.     When It’s In You (Methamphetamine Blues)
4.     High Life
5.     I’ll Go Where You Send Me *
6.     Grey Goes Black *
7.     The Primitives
8.     Blind
9.     Halcyon Daze *
10. Nothing Much to Mention
11. A Suite for Dying Love *
12. Way To Tomorrow
* – Previously released

Below is the video for “Sad Lover,” which one of Phantom Radio’s standout tracks: