A bit of a random EP...this collaboration, released on Homestead Records, was definitely more Beat Happening than Screaming Trees. All songs were collaborations of both bands, but there was really only one Screaming Trees song on the EP (Polly Pereguin). There were two different sleeves for the U.S. version of this record: one side had a picture with what looks to be Heather Lewis swinging at a doll head with a 2x4 and Mark Pickerel catching. The picture on the other side is of Mark Lanegan and Brett Lunsford sitting, I believe. The two versions of the sleeve vary as to which of these pictures was on the front. These appear to have been pressed at different times. The print quality of the two sleeves is different enough between the two sleeves that they were clearly done at different times. The vinyl also had two very different sets of labels. The two versions seem to show up with about the same regularity. There was also a UK pressing of the record on 53rd and 3rd Records. It seems that one only had one sleeve variant (with the Lewis/Pickerel pic on the front). That one is slightly harder to find.
|Version||Value ($)||Scarcity||Price Trending|
|HMS-110 Black: Lewis-Pickerel Sleeve (U.S.)||20-30||4||Stable|
|HMS-110 Black: Lanegan-Lunsford Sleeve (U.S.)||20-30||4||Stable|
|53rd and 3rd Black (UK)||20-30||5||Stable|
|Test Pressing:||U.S. and UK: Black vinyl, plain white labels.|
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