Beat Happening/Screaming Trees EP
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Beat Happening/Screaming Trees EP
Beat Happening/Screaming Trees
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EP by Beat Happening and Screaming Trees
Released 1988
Genre Alternative rock
Label K/Homestead
Producer Steve Fisk
Beat Happening and Screaming Trees chronology
Invisible Lantern
(1988)
Beat Happening/Screaming Trees
(1988)
Buzz Factory
(1989)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Beat Happening/Screaming Trees is an EP and a one-off collaboration between Beat Happening (from Olympia, Washington) and Screaming Trees (from Ellensburg, Washington). Originally released on Homestead Records in 1988, it was later reissued as part of Beat Happening's box set Crashing Through in 2002. The journal of Kurt Cobain contains a draft of a letter sent to Mark Lanegan, in which he described "Polly Pereguinn" as his favorite pop song of the 1980s.

Track listing

  1. "Sea Babies"
  2. "Tales Of Brave Aphrodite"
  3. "Polly Pereguinn"
  4. "I Dig You"

References


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