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Alice in Chains Import

4.3 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 7 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000002B8A
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 103 customer reviews
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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

Product Description

CD Columbia, CK 67248, 1995, 12 Track

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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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"Alice in Chains" gets a lot of flack from fans and frankly I don't know why. It's definetely one of the best Alice in Chains album and one of the best hard-rock albums of the 90s. The entire album is a dark and disturbing trip to the head of a junkie trying to break free of his chains. Let's do this song by song:
1.) Grind
Great opener and the second best song in the album. "Grind" showcases why Jerry Cantrell is one of the premier guitarists of the 90s. He builds this entire song out of distorted, wailing wah-wah pedal noodlings. It's amazing to hear. His singing is also beautiful and serves as a startling contrast to Layne's distorted and terrifying vocals that surface at several points in the song. 10/10
2.) Brush Away
Another great song. The main riff is so sparkling and catchy you'll be humming it for days. 9/10
3.) Sludge Factory
I thought this track was kinda weak. It had a great beginning and Layne's vocals are at their best but it quickly degenerates into a rambling, unfocused track. It has its great moments though. Listen to the Unplugged version for a leaner and better version. 7/10
4.) Heaven Beside You
A beautiful song. Combining elements of folk and country with dashes of Alice in Chains' copyrighted brand of sludge make this track a winner. Once again Layne and Jerry harmonize and together create a beautiful vocal experience. It's almost like the Beatles...10/10
5.)Head Creeps
This is, in my opinion, the best song in the album. It's distorted, dark, rambling, hypnotic...everything an Alice in Chains song should be. Layne Staley sings this entire song with a menacing growl that can only be produced by a junkie. The whole song is like heroin-withdrawal set to guitars. Beautiful and horrifying. 10/10
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I probably have reviewed this album here before, but I've rediscovered the brilliance of this record in recent months, and it's just blew me away how much new stuff I keep finding upon going back to it. To many AIC fans, this is their least favorite album of the band's career, but as AIC's studio swan song, they created a masterpiece on par with "Dirt."
First off, one of the things that I really love about this album is how much between albums Jerry Cantrell had developed as a vocalist. On "Dirt," he did a lot of great low-key harmonizing with Layne Staley, but here he sings some great leads, and you can tell how much Layne had influenced Jerry, vocally and lyrically, as Jerry probably influenced Layne a great deal as far as his guitar playing went (see also, Mad Season's "Above".) Having one of the pre-eminent "guitar gods" of the 1990s in the band allowed Layne to concentrate primarily on his amazing voice and songwriting, but you can still tell his guitar sound on several of the tracks here. Another development with the band around this time was the collaborative songwriting by the group. Before bassist Mike Inez joined, most all of the songs were either written by Cantrell or Staley, with the former doing the bulk of the songwriting and the latter writing most of the lyrics, but here, most of the songs were written by all four members, except for Cantrell's "Grind" and Staley's "Head Creeps," and "Again," co-written by Layne and Jerry.
Overall, this album is on par with "Dirt." While it isn't quite as dark as that album, it's just as engaging.
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This album would put Dirt in the "Dirt" but it would need a few adjustments. First off, this is worth buying and is very different from Dirt or any of their albums.Like the gem on Dirt (Would),
The gem of this CD(Over Now), is also the last song on the album.
Many find this album out of place and so do I.But does that make it bad? The CD starts out with the very popular "Grind", which is an exellent song both written and made by Jerry Cantrell.
The next song is an underdog, but i love it, entitled "Brush Away"."Sludge Factory" is probably one of the best songs i have ever heard and the "OooOooOoo" makes it lovely. One quote about this song and many on this album is that it stretches the time limit with the nonsense talking and that is one of the flunks about this album.One of the top three best in my opinion is next which is "Heaven Beside You" another single, and again we have Jerry on the vocals.This next one is musically made by Layne Staley,which is sad.It is called "Head Creeps".I am very disappointed with this one and it is really just,bad.Hey that rhymed!!! 6-7 are nonstop amazing including the single "Again"."Shame In You" is soothing and "God Am" is AMAZING!
"So Close" has an awesome beginning guitar (especially when Jerry comes in with guitar), and then ends up in the pre-chorus and chorus.What can i say about "Nothin' Song"..."Frogs" is an even bigger underdog and i love it with all my heart."Over Now, personaly, is my favorite of the album along with "God Am" and "Heaven Beside You". Well that's about it and hope this helps.
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