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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
PostPosted: Thu February 16, 2017 6:53 pm 
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Junkhead is their best tune behind Would?.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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Im so bad at listening to albums...I just hear the songs I know and then I hear nothing but mush for the rest of it.


Maybe you could try reading the lyrics along with the songs you're not real familiar with? Might help.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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Facelift is criminally underrated around here.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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i fuckin love Facelift...i just dont have the need to listen to it like lets say, Jar Of Flies or Self Titled..but it such a great debut.

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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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Also I DESPISE Chris Cornell's voice so when he popped up on Right Away I was like O_O NO!

He sang "It's hard to believe somebody tricked you" which was exactly how I felt right then with sudden Chris Cornell on my AIC album


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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Did any of you guys hear the new Jerry Cantrell solo track from John Wick 2?



Pretty much indistinguishable from new Alice in Chains, still awesome as fuck. Bring on Degradation Trip Vol. 5.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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Fuck, that was good.

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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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I finished listening to all the albums but I need a couple more times before I can digest it.

The last one was kind of cool, I didn't take in too much new but I really like Sludge Factory, Heaven Beside You, and Over Now. Of course I knew the two latter ones, and Sludge Factory I knew only because it was one of the only songs I DIDN'T know from their unplugged. So I already had a foothold, but those songs are really good. I'm not sure I know enough yet to decide a favorite, but Dirt certainly has the most memorable tracks...again biased since I knew like 6 of them going in. But Dirt and Dam that River and Rain When I Die stuck with me like a lot of the hits did. Sickman too though I didn't love it but I remember how it went.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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mikejasond wrote:
I finished listening to all the albums but I need a couple more times before I can digest it.

The last one was kind of cool, I didn't take in too much new but I really like Sludge Factory, Heaven Beside You, and Over Now. Of course I knew the two latter ones, and Sludge Factory I knew only because it was one of the only songs I DIDN'T know from their unplugged. So I already had a foothold, but those songs are really good. I'm not sure I know enough yet to decide a favorite, but Dirt certainly has the most memorable tracks...again biased since I knew like 6 of them going in. But Dirt and Dam that River and Rain When I Die stuck with me like a lot of the hits did. Sickman too though I didn't love it but I remember how it went.


Dirt has Angry Chair too. That's the song that got me into them.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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darth_vedder wrote:
mikejasond wrote:
I finished listening to all the albums but I need a couple more times before I can digest it.

The last one was kind of cool, I didn't take in too much new but I really like Sludge Factory, Heaven Beside You, and Over Now. Of course I knew the two latter ones, and Sludge Factory I knew only because it was one of the only songs I DIDN'T know from their unplugged. So I already had a foothold, but those songs are really good. I'm not sure I know enough yet to decide a favorite, but Dirt certainly has the most memorable tracks...again biased since I knew like 6 of them going in. But Dirt and Dam that River and Rain When I Die stuck with me like a lot of the hits did. Sickman too though I didn't love it but I remember how it went.


Dirt has Angry Chair too. That's the song that got me into them.


I was only mentioning the songs that stuck out on Dirt that I didn't already know


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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The Unplugged performance of Sludge Factory is so good. The album version isn't as good but that song really stood out to me in Unplugged.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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mikejasond wrote:
The Unplugged performance of Sludge Factory is so good. The album version isn't as good but that song really stood out to me in Unplugged.

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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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One of the best outro's of the 90s :)


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