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Mark Lanegan / “Has God Seen My Shadow: An Anthology 1989-2011

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American musician and singer-songwriter Mark Lanegan’s restless musical journey has taken him from being frontman of the Screaming Trees, to collaborating with Kurt Cobain, to being a member of the Queens of the Stone Age. As well as this, during the last 20 or so years he’s released a large amount of solo material through the Sub Pop and Beggars Banquet labels.

Light In The Attic (responsible for Lee Hazlewood’s recent deluxe box) are shining a spotlight (no pun intended) on Lanegan’s work with the release of Has God Seen My Shadow? An Anthology 1989-2011. The collection gathers up solo material for Sub Pop, Beggars and more, and includes 12 unreleased tracks.

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Triple LP Box Set

The anthology is releases as a triple-LP box set, each LP in single pocket jackets within a heavy, tip-on slip case, with a 20-page book. Alternatively a two-CD edition is available with a gatefold jacket and 44-page booklet comprising hand-written lyrics and rare archive photos by Charles Peterson and Steve Gullick.

Has God Seen My Shadow is co-produced by Mark Lanegan and is released on 13 January 2013.


3LP Vinyl Box set

2CD Edition


Track listing (32 tracks across 2CDs or 3LPs)

  1. Bombed
  2. One Hundred Days
  3. Come to Me
  4. Mirrored
  5. Pill Hill Serenade
  6. One Way Street
  7. Kimiko’s Dream House
  8. Low
  9. Resurrection Song
  10. Shiloh Town
  11. Creeping Coastline of Lights
  12. Lexington Slow Down
  13. Last One in the World
  14. Wheels
  15. Mockingbirds
  16. Wild Flowers
  17. Sunrise
  18. Carnival
  19. Pendulum
  20. The River Rise
  21. Dream Lullaby
  22. Leaving New River Blues
  23. Sympathy
  24. To Valencia Courthouse
  25. A Song While Waiting
  26. Blues for D (Vocal Version)
  27. No Contestar
  28. Big White Cloud
  29. Following the Rain
  30. Grey Goes Black
  31. Halcyon Daze
  32. Blues Run the Game

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2 responses to Mark Lanegan / “Has God Seen My Shadow: An Anthology 1989-2011

  1. S.A Cripps says:

    ‘Kurt’ not ‘Curt’, surely?

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