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Label: Columbia Records
Catalog Number: CK 46075
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Jerry Cantrell Guitars, Backing Vocals|
Layne Staley Vocals
Mike Starr Bass, Backing Vocals Track 10
Sean Kinney Drums, Percussion
|1. ||We Die Young ||2:32|
|2. ||Man in the Box ||4:46|
|3. ||Sea of Sorrow ||5:49|
|4. ||Bleed the Freak ||4:01|
|5. ||I Can't Remember ||3:42|
|6. ||Love, Hate, Love ||6:26|
|7. ||It Ain't Like That ||4:37|
|8. ||Sunshine ||4:44|
|9. ||Put You Down ||3:16|
|10. ||Confusion ||5:44|
|11. ||I Know Somethin (Bout You) ||4:21|
|12. ||Real Thing ||4:03|
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|Total Running Time:|| 54:01|
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Existing comments about this CD
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 24, 2013 at 22:47|
|Alice In Chains definitely brought something different to the table in 1990. The hair-metal scene was stilll in full swing, and the sugar-smooth likes of Firehouse and Steellheart seemed to be gaining ground over the GnR-like gritty street rats. AIC brought heavy riffs that were more about crunch than flash (just a crushing guitar tone on this disc), slow, grinding grooves, and Layne and Jerry's melancholy, harmonized vocals, sung mostly in a much lower pitch than the typical Sunset Strip shrieker of the day. The first half of the disc is outstanding, and the second half slips only a little bit ("Confusion" and "I Know Somethin' 'Bout You" are the weak tracks). AIC would never again be this consistently heavy.
||Date: August 20, 2013 at 17:25|
|First three songs are awesome, the rest, not so much.
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