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Man In The Box Greatest Hits
4:47
Rooster Greatest Hits
6:15
Nutshell Jar Of Flies
4:19
Down In A Hole (Album Version) Dirt
5:38
Man In The Box Facelift
4:44
Would? Greatest Hits
3:28
Rooster Dirt
6:14
No Excuses Jar Of Flies
4:15
Voices The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here
5:42
Would? (Album Version) Dirt
3:26

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Formed: 1987 (27 years ago)


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Alice in Chains(Formed in 1987, by guitarist Jerry Cantrell bassist Mike Starr, drummer Sean Kinney and Vocalist Layne Staley) is one of the most influential American rock bands in the early 90's. Drawing equally from the heavy riffing of metal and the gloomy strains of post-punk, the band developed a bleak sound that balanced grinding metal riffs with subtly textured acoustic numbers. They were hard enough for metal fans than their dark subject and punky attack placed them among the front ranks of the best Seattle-based grunge bands.

By combining the unique voice and intense delivery of ... Read more

Alice in Chains(Formed in 1987, by guitarist Jerry Cantrell bassist Mike Starr, drummer Sean Kinney and Vocalist Layne Staley) is one of the most influential American rock bands in the early 90's. Drawing equally from the heavy riffing of metal and the gloomy strains of post-punk, the band developed a bleak sound that balanced grinding metal riffs with subtly textured acoustic numbers. They were hard enough for metal fans than their dark subject and punky attack placed them among the front ranks of the best Seattle-based grunge bands.

By combining the unique voice and intense delivery of Layne Staley with evocative songwriting and vocal harmonies of Cantrell Alice in Chains created an immediately identifiable sound that also proved to be quite diverse as their repertoire grew to include both driving angry rock songs and mellow acoustic compositions.

The band found commercial and artistic success in the early 90's, which stressed Staley's increasingly clear abuse of heroin. They often found their attempts to follow up the success in the studio or on the road to be hampered by Staley's erratic drug-fueled behavior. Ultimately, Alice in Chains failed to maintain a consistent career in the post-grunge music world and limped into the break when Cantrell turned its attention to solo projects (which often include contributions from Kinney and Inez) Staley finally succumbed to his grief when he overdosed in April 2002

Jerry Cantrell Mike Inez and Sean Kinney reformed and played shows in late 2005 and early 2006 with a variety of guest vocalists including Billy Corgan, Pat Lachman, Wes Scantlin, Maynard James Keenan, Ann Wilson and Phil Anselmo. In Late 2006 William DuVall joined Alice in Chains as a singer in the band's reunion concert with Velvet Revolver and ex-Guns N 'Roses bassist Duff McKagan. In September 2009 Alice in Chains released their first studio album since 1995 album called "Black gives way to the Blue"

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Alice in Chains(Formed in 1987, by guitarist Jerry Cantrell bassist Mike Starr, drummer Sean Kinney and Vocalist Layne Staley) is one of the most influential American rock bands in the early 90's. Drawing equally from the heavy riffing of metal and the gloomy strains of post-punk, the band developed a bleak sound that balanced grinding metal riffs with subtly textured acoustic numbers. They were hard enough for metal fans than their dark subject and punky attack placed them among the front ranks of the best Seattle-based grunge bands.

By combining the unique voice and intense delivery of Layne Staley with evocative songwriting and vocal harmonies of Cantrell Alice in Chains created an immediately identifiable sound that also proved to be quite diverse as their repertoire grew to include both driving angry rock songs and mellow acoustic compositions.

The band found commercial and artistic success in the early 90's, which stressed Staley's increasingly clear abuse of heroin. They often found their attempts to follow up the success in the studio or on the road to be hampered by Staley's erratic drug-fueled behavior. Ultimately, Alice in Chains failed to maintain a consistent career in the post-grunge music world and limped into the break when Cantrell turned its attention to solo projects (which often include contributions from Kinney and Inez) Staley finally succumbed to his grief when he overdosed in April 2002

Jerry Cantrell Mike Inez and Sean Kinney reformed and played shows in late 2005 and early 2006 with a variety of guest vocalists including Billy Corgan, Pat Lachman, Wes Scantlin, Maynard James Keenan, Ann Wilson and Phil Anselmo. In Late 2006 William DuVall joined Alice in Chains as a singer in the band's reunion concert with Velvet Revolver and ex-Guns N 'Roses bassist Duff McKagan. In September 2009 Alice in Chains released their first studio album since 1995 album called "Black gives way to the Blue"

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Alice in Chains(Formed in 1987, by guitarist Jerry Cantrell bassist Mike Starr, drummer Sean Kinney and Vocalist Layne Staley) is one of the most influential American rock bands in the early 90's. Drawing equally from the heavy riffing of metal and the gloomy strains of post-punk, the band developed a bleak sound that balanced grinding metal riffs with subtly textured acoustic numbers. They were hard enough for metal fans than their dark subject and punky attack placed them among the front ranks of the best Seattle-based grunge bands.

By combining the unique voice and intense delivery of Layne Staley with evocative songwriting and vocal harmonies of Cantrell Alice in Chains created an immediately identifiable sound that also proved to be quite diverse as their repertoire grew to include both driving angry rock songs and mellow acoustic compositions.

The band found commercial and artistic success in the early 90's, which stressed Staley's increasingly clear abuse of heroin. They often found their attempts to follow up the success in the studio or on the road to be hampered by Staley's erratic drug-fueled behavior. Ultimately, Alice in Chains failed to maintain a consistent career in the post-grunge music world and limped into the break when Cantrell turned its attention to solo projects (which often include contributions from Kinney and Inez) Staley finally succumbed to his grief when he overdosed in April 2002

Jerry Cantrell Mike Inez and Sean Kinney reformed and played shows in late 2005 and early 2006 with a variety of guest vocalists including Billy Corgan, Pat Lachman, Wes Scantlin, Maynard James Keenan, Ann Wilson and Phil Anselmo. In Late 2006 William DuVall joined Alice in Chains as a singer in the band's reunion concert with Velvet Revolver and ex-Guns N 'Roses bassist Duff McKagan. In September 2009 Alice in Chains released their first studio album since 1995 album called "Black gives way to the Blue"

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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