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Coming from the city of Seattle, the group Alice in Chains was formed in 1987 by members Jerry Cantrell and Layne Staley. They would play together for some time and then break up for a short period to pursue other projects. The group would come back and join the grunge movement of the early 1990’s .


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Alice In Chains Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Down In A Hole Dirt 1992
Check My Brain Check My Brain 2009
Dirt Dirt 1992
Rain When I Die Dirt 1992
Junkhead Dirt 1992
Sickman Dirt 1992
Whale & Wasp Jar Of Flies 1994
Hate To Feel Dirt 1992
Swing On This Jar Of Flies 1994
Don't Follow Jar Of Flies 1994
Rotten Apple Jar Of Flies 1994
Sludge Factory Alice In Chains 1995
Dam That River Dirt 1992
Over Now Alice In Chains 1995
Head Creeps Alice In Chains 1995
Shame In You Alice In Chains 1995
God Am Alice In Chains 1995
Nothin' Song Alice In Chains 1995
Grind Greatest Hits 2001
I Know Somethin Facelift 2008
Sunshine Facelift 2008
Would? Greatest Hits 2001
Brush Away Alice In Chains 1995
I Can't Remember Facelift 2008
Lying Season Music Bank 1999
Your Decision Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Alice In Chains - Check My Brain Black Gives Way to Blue 2009
So Close Alice In Chains 1995
It Ain't Like That Facelift 2008
Alice In Chains - Heroin Alice In Chains
Would
Love Song Sap 1995
A Looking In View A Looking In View 2009
Real Thing Facelift 2008
Suffragette City Working Class Heroes 2000
Godsmack Dirty Toy Land 03-03 1993
Killing Yourself Music Bank 1999
Put You Down Facelift 2008
When The Sun Rose Again Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Love, Hate, Love The Essential Alice in Chains Disc 1 2004
Black Gives Way To Blue Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Last Of My Kind Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Bleed The Freak Facelift 2008
Lesson Learned Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Fear The Voices Music Bank 1999
Acid Bubble Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Whatcha Gonna Do Music Bank 1999
I Can't Have You Blues Music Bank 1999
Private Hell Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
Take Her Out Black Gives Way To Blue 2009


Alice In Chains


I see a lot of you out there are dressed up as Kiss…but none of you are dressed up like me. What’s up with that?


Seattle Sound


Coming from the city of Seattle, the group Alice in Chains was formed in 1987 by members Jerry Cantrell and Layne Staley. They would play together for some time and then break up for a short period to pursue other projects. The group would come back and join the grunge movement of the early 1990’s .


First Projects


The group would form with original members such as Layne Staley, Jerry Cantrell, Mike Starr, and Sean Kinney, who would form the group called Alice In Chains. It looked like the band would get their first break with Randy Hauser who wanted to sign them to a demo contract; however, his studio was raided shortly before the band was able to finish their demo due to reportedly housing marijuana in his studio. They would eventually be signed to Columbia Records in 1989.


The group would go on to release its first EP called We Die Young and instantly became a hit on the airwaves of metal rock radio. The record company decided it was in their best interest to rush the production of their debut album, which was called Facelift and was released in August of 1990. The album was not nearly the success that the company thought it would be and only sold about forty thousand copies in the first six months. Although the album was not a commercial success, it did afford the group the ability to tour with groups such as Iggy Pop, Van Halen, and Poison.


This would afford the group a large audience in the metal rock stage and the release of the single Man in the Box would be nominated for a Grammy Award. The band would go on to release another EP called Sap, which gained attention due to the heavily influenced sounds that were emerging in what was known as grunge rock.


Gaining Ground


The band would gain ground as the name Alice In Chains became more and more recognized in mainstream rock as well as the grunge metal sound. They would go back into the studio to release their next album called Dirt. The album would go on to be certified platinum of multiple times and was a great commercial success.


The album would contain the hit singles Rooster and Down In a Hole and would gain the attention of singer and performer Ozzy Osborne as they would tour as support for Osborne’s No More Tears Tour. After extensive touring over the next few months, the band went back into the studio to record the album Jar of Flies which would become the first EP to gain the attention of the charts.


The album contained singles such as I Stay Away and another hit Don’t Follow. Shortly after the album was released, Layne Staley entered rehab for a pressing heroin addiction. The group went on a short break in wait for Staley and when he got out they were planned to tour with Metallica and Suicidal Tendencies but the tour was cancelled due to Staley’s immediate return to using heroin, which also put the band on hiatus. The band would become somewhat inactive and Staley would go on to join another group to afford his habits.


Success and Tragedy


The band would eventually break up although not officially and most members would go their separate ways. Tragedy would strike Staley after becoming a recluse after the death of his wife. The team would reunite and record two more songs before Staley would release himself from the band once more. He would eventually be found dead in 2002 where he died of an overdose of both a heroin and cocaine mixture. His body was not discovered for what was said to be fourteen days after his death. Cantrell would go on to dedicate his next album, a solo album, to the memory of Staley.


Did You Know


  • The group toured in the early days with groups such as Nirvana and Pearl Jam.

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