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by Alice In Chains

(1992) Columbia

Description Alice In Chains, the band that made heavy metal look cool for the 90's, greatest album-no, most famous album.
Posted By Jason Henderson (5681)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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Overall Rating: 5.0 (of 5)
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On 10/2/2001, Inactive Member posted:
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One of the Better albums of the ninties rock scene. AIC set theselves apart from most seattle bands by playing harder and darker then most other bands. This comes through on this album, this album which you could say documents theyre increased drug use. Especially with songs like 'Down in a Hole'. A sad album, but one to be listened to....repeatedly!
On 6/11/2001, Jason Henderson (5681) posted:
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Alice In Chains stood out among their grunge brothers, as they made rock/punk, Alice In Chains made straight out classic hard rock. Mixed in, a bit of Grunge. Just enough to modernize and originalize Hard rock, in a way. Even though this album doesn't include the hit Man In The Box which is actually on the album before it, 'Facelift', it has many (almost all) of their other hits. The album clearly proves ALC to go dark and ugly when things look different, and clearly shine their hatred onto the world. This album has ALC at the peak of their careers, and with it pressure, as with every band. Included in the album is 'Down In The Hole', a more personal song than the others like 'Dam That River', or 'Them Bones'. But ALC real hard-core power and rage and brilliance all show up in the finalle of the album, 'Would?', a masterpiece on it's own. This album is for all heavy metal fans and grunge fans alike, must-own.