Mark Lanegan Discography
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The discography of Mark Lanegan consists of six albums and one extended play (EP) as a solo artist, and many other releases from collaborations with other artists. After working with the Screaming Trees since the early 1980s Lanegan left the band due to internal strife over its creative direction. He released his first solo album The Winding Sheet, in 1990 on Sub Pop Recordings where he collaborated with Kurt Cobain on the track "Down in the Dark". His second record, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost, was released in January 12, 1994. Lanegan released Scraps at Midnight which was his first album to chart and it peaked at 191 on the UK Albums Chart. In 2000 Lanegan guested on Rated R by Queens of the Stone Age, a band which he had become a full time member of in 2001. In 2003 Lanegan started working with Greg Dulli as The Gutter Twins. They would release their debut album in 2008 which peaked at 117 on the Billboard 200; the highest placement for a Lanegan record. Lanegan recorded his sixth album, Bubblegum, in 2004; it became his first solo album to chart in the United States.
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