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The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
Alice In Chains Homepage
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Category: Metal / Heavy Rock
Label: Virgin Commercial Marketing (Universal)
Jerry Cantrell lead and backing vocals, lead and rhythm guitar|
William DuVall lead and backing vocals, rhythm guitar, lead guitar on "Phantom Limb"
Mike Inez Bass
Sean Kinney Drums
|1. ||Hollow ||5:41|
|2. ||Pretty Done ||4:35|
|3. ||Stone ||4:22|
|4. ||Voices ||5:42|
|5. ||The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here ||6:38|
|6. ||Lab Monkey ||5:58|
|7. ||Low Ceiling ||5:14|
|8. ||Breath On A Window ||5:19|
|9. ||Scalpel ||5:21|
|10. ||Phantom Limb ||7:07|
|11. ||Hung On A Hook ||5:32|
|12. ||Choke ||5:43|
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|Total Running Time:|| 67:12|
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: June 17, 2013 at 16:18|
|I never felt that Alice should be on Brutal Metal site, rather over on HH. Without Layne Staley, this group no longer grabs my attention like it used to. Cantrell is cool and all, but he is not as adept a singer as Layne was. Alice and this album continue to have that drawn out "sleepy" sound that is hard to get into (as least for me).
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: July 24, 2013 at 22:02|
|Twenty-three years after the release of Facelift, and without Layne Staley, it feels like Alice In Chains just don't really have that much to SAY. The songs are okay, but none have the emotional heft or urgency as the albums from the '90's. It's kinda like some of the Brian Johnson-led albums from AC/DC: the sound is there, but the songs aren't. I'd compare it most to the '95 self-titled album, definitely NOT my favorite AIC disc.
|From: hair metal again
||Date: June 21, 2019 at 8:35|
|this isprobably the weaker ALICE IN CHAINS release ,mostly because of the songs are so consistent and memorable with no interesting hooks!the sound is here,the musicianship and the production are excellent but somehow that release miss the spot!"the devil put dinosaurs here","stone" are the highlights
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