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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 17, 2014 at 22:27|
|Grunge was dying in late '95 when this album was released. Nirvana were no more, Pearl Jam were about to start intentionally writing songs without hooks, and Soundgarden had one more album in 'em. So, as it turned out, did Layne Staley. Kinda. He was reportedly there in body only, and was nodding out on heroin through most of the recording sessions, obviously in no shape to make music. And so this disc is full of droning, dreary songs, lifeless vocals, and few memorable moments. "Again" tries to rock like Facelift, but an utterly toneless performance from Layne (poorly disguised by lots of double-tracking and reverb) drag it down. Other passable moments are the aptly-titled "Grind," "Sludge Factory," the first single "Heaven Beside You," and "Over Now," which actually sounds better on their live unplugged album. That song served as a fitting epitaph on the band's career.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: June 6, 2019 at 4:09|
|excellent release once again for ALICE IN CHAINS ,much darker and mellower almost sounds like an epitaph !the quality of music is very fine and the vibe that is created is thrilling!"sludge factory","head creeps" and "grind" are very good songs
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