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Mark Lanegan

Mark Lanegan is an American singer-songwriter and musician from Washington State. He is best known for his solo work and collaborations with other artists such as Queens of the Stone Age, Screaming Trees, and The Gutter Twins.

Lanegan's solo career began in 1989 with his debut album The Winding Sheet. The album featured a mix of folk, blues, and alternative rock and spawned several singles, including "Mockingbirds" and "Ugly Sunday". His follow-up album, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost, was released in 1994 and featured a darker, more experimental sound. The album spawned the single "Wheels" and was well received by critics.

In 1998, Lanegan released his third album, Scraps at Midnight. The album featured a more experimental approach to songwriting and production and spawned the singles "Carry Home" and "Stay".

Throughout his career, Lanegan has collaborated with a number of different artists, including Queens of the Stone Age, Isobel Campbell, Moby, and Kurt Vile. His most successful collaboration has been with The Gutter Twins, a duo featuring Lanegan and Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs. The duo released two albums, Saturnalia and Adorata, both of which spawned several singles.

One of Lanegan's most popular songs is "One Hundred Days", which was featured on the soundtrack to the 1999 film Fight Club.

An interesting fact about Mark Lanegan is that he has been sober since the early 2000s, after years of struggling with substance abuse.

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