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Category: Metal / Heavy Rock
Label: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: CK 52475
Jerry Cantrell Vocals, Guitar|
Layne Staley Vocals, Guitar
Michael Starr Bass
Sean Kinney Drums
|1. ||Them Bones ||2:30|
|2. ||Dam That River ||3:09|
|3. ||Rain When I Die ||6:01|
|4. ||Down in a Hole ||5:38|
|5. ||Sickman ||5:29|
|6. ||Rooster ||6:15|
|7. ||Junkhead ||5:09|
|8. ||Dirt ||5:16|
|9. ||God Smack ||3:50|
|10. ||Iron Gland ||0:43|
|11. ||Hate To Feel ||5:16|
|12. ||Angry Chair ||4:47|
|13. ||Would? ||3:27|
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|Total Running Time:|| 57:30|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 24, 2013 at 22:55|
|Dirt would end up being AIC's most popular album, and the one that came to epitomize grunge, and never mind Nirvana (pun intended). Slower and not as heavy as the exellent Facelift, the album gets bogged down in dreary, unmemorable plodding on songs like "Sickman," "Junkhead," "God Smack," and "Hate To Feel." Highlights would be "Them Bones," "Dam That River," "Would?" and the awesome, Facelift-worth crunch of "Rain When I Die," with the emotional ballads "Rooster" and "Down In A Hole" being strong as well. The original pressing had "Down In A Hole" at track #12, with "Iron Gland" listed as "Dream Sequence."
|From: rick kerch vzla
||Date: March 18, 2016 at 21:21|
|Cool album that changed the face of Grunge music back then with a more of an edgy sound given it to the aforementioned genre(btw Grunge music ain't my cup of tea at all)...best tracks in here are 1,2,6,12 & 13...75/100
||Date: April 4, 2016 at 11:16|
|Does not stand up to their debut, but a decent album. Not sure AIC is a brutal metal band? Perhaps better over on HH?
|From: hair metal again
||Date: May 21, 2019 at 13:42|
|excellent 2nd step for ALICE IN CHAINS and the absolut success for them as it got the 4 platinum status and they became a global act!David Jerden did once more a great job and Wayne s gwriting became even mellower and darker but somehow commercial at the same time!big hits like "would","rooster","down in a hole" and overall a classic
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