Mark Lanegan - Scraps at Midnight

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Mark Lanegan - Scraps at Midnight

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Scraps at Midnight is the third solo album by former Screaming Trees vocalist Mark Lanegan. It was produced by Mark Lanegan and longtime collaborator Mike Johnson. The album opens with "Hospital Roll Call," which many interpret as a sly reference to a hospital room number that the singer occupied during one of his stints in rehab. The Cohenesque "Hotel" expands on this theme ("Hear the roars and the hush and the cold chill of time, and I'm happy murdering my mind"), while the gentle "Bell Black Ocean" and "Stay" deal with themes of love and perseverance ("Livin's not hard, it's just not easy, always keepin' the dogs off"). "Last One in the World" is rumored to be a dedication to friend and collaborator Kurt Cobain, who committed suicide in 1994.

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