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Alice In Chains


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 7 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000002B8A
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,816 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Grind
2. Brush Away
3. Sludge Factory
4. Heaven Beside You
5. Head Creeps
6. Again
7. Shame In You
8. God Am
9. So Close
10. Nothin' Song
11. Frogs
12. Over Now


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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By #430629 on Oct. 11 2002
Format: Audio CD
This album, known by some as Tripod, is another AIC masterpiece. However, many were turned off by this album because it didn't sound exactly like "Dirt". Now, to be honest. I hated the grunge era. I hate Nirvana, Pearl jam, and so on. AIC has many, many qualities that those bands lack, like processed bands of today (Nickleback, Creed, Godsmack, all of whom SUCK).
Anyway, Layne's vocals, though tuned down, are much more haunting and traumatized here. I think he knew time was running short. Some say too many songs on here are too long. Well, if I want 2 minutes pieces of crap, I'd go buy Blink-182, now wouldn't I? "Heaven Beside You" is beautiful. "Brush Away" is eerie, just like it's big brother "Sludge Factory". "Head Creeps" is truly cool, as is "Shame in You". The most hated on and underappreciated song here is "Frogs", which is such a good song, it's sad.
There isn't one song on this cd I don't love with all my heart. Forget the naysayers and buy this. If you want something that sounds like 1992's "Dirt", then why not just buy that one?
This is without a doubt the darkest album Alice in Chains ever put out. Enjoy it. I certainly do.
Rest in peace, Layne...you are missed ENDLESSLY. All our love to you and your family.
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By Josh Lemperg on July 30 2011
Format: Audio CD
i already owned this when i bought this one, because my father already bought a copy from columbia house back in late 95 when it hit stores. although it wasn't the special green purple transparent style case because those ones probably could only be bought for in-store pickup for a short time. ive listened to this album most of my life, it it also my favourite album from alice in chains and it was also the last album from Layne Staley (R.I.P). so i took it upon myself to seek out a green-purple copy myself secondhand that's in the same country, province, a nice seller with perfect feedback and it turned out perfect, mint condition and all.
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Format: Audio CD
From start to finish, this album is dark and interesting. Its a great album and possibly better than Dirt.
Worth the buy!
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Format: Audio CD
I heard someone say that this was a big change from Facelift and Dirt but trust me it isnt all that different.They just toned down the metallic rockers a little bit and added some Sap and Jar Of Flies style songs on here as well.While it isnt as dark and heavy as Facelift or Dirt it is just as good.Its still pretty heavy too.Just more melodic.My favorite songs on here are Brush Away,Heaven Beside You and Sludge Factory even though the other songs are really good too.Nothin song is catchy but goofy and Grind is one of Alice In Chains' best songs.Head Creeps and Again are Alice In Chains classics and the heaviest songs on the album. Shame In You and God Am are great songs and have insightful lyrics.So Close is pretty good but doesnt do much for me.Frogs and Over Now are a lot like the songs on Sap and Jar Of Flies only a little better.This is a great album even though Alice In Chains never really made a "bad" album.Its a classic.
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Format: Audio CD
This is a great cd for any hard rock fan's collection. It has a lot of great songs in which some are dark and solomn and others are just good.I cant believe the lead singer is dead but I will mis Layne Staley forever
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Format: Audio CD
Layne was apparently so addicted to herion during the sessions for this album that he was losing teeth, and apparently some of his extremities. Yet, this guy manages to pull off some great vocal work, and still kicks the ass of every cookie-cutter Layne-wannabe today. Everyone else on here have done a great job describing the songs, so no need for me to beat a dead horse. Every track has a likable aspect, from the dark epics of Grind, Sludge Factory, Head Creeps, and God Am, to the thought-provoking elegies Heaven Beside You, Frogs, and Over Now...as for the others? Definitely worth the listen.
This, along with "Superunknown" from Soundgarden are two great examples of some modern-day classics hitting Number 1. Why can't we have this anymore?
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By A Customer on Jan. 6 2004
Format: Audio CD
i just got this cd not 2 long ago and i will never regret it, this is one of the most amazing cd's that i own, i am a huge grunge fan and alice in chains is definatly a great band not just out of grunge but of all time, the amazing vocals of layne staly and the flawless guitar, vocals and writing of jerry cantrell help make this cd an instant classic, i would recomend this cd to anybody that likes good music its worth every penny you spend
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Format: Audio CD
I find it interesting that so many people dislike it when a band tries to expand their sound, or try something even remotely different. Many of my Alicefriends do not like this album at all, they are content to play their Dirt CD's into oblivion. AIl of AIC's albums are fantastic in their own right but, this one has so many cool little nuances that I think it puts them in special place among the Seattle bands. Frogs, bong rips, seven songs over five minutes, and groovy packaging. Is it Mike Inez? Maybe. Maybe it's the fact that Jerry Cantrell had lots of time and money (which I've heard was the case) to just screw around. I think it is easily their darkest and heaviest album, and it's the best hard rock album of the 90's along with Tool's Aenima and Kyuss's Blues for the Red Sun. I recommend this album to anyone who likes dark music and has strong ear drums.
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