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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
PostPosted: Sun March 03, 2019 9:19 pm 
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VinylGuy wrote:
Cool interview...Lars is a genuine fan. How cool is Jerry? i just love the AIC guys. Rainier Fog is so fucking awesome.




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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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Let’s go back to praising Rotten Apple instead of talking about Metallica.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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5 days till i see these guys again. Last time was twice in 1993.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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VinylGuy wrote:
Rotten Apple is the perfect way to begin an album. Its just too fuckin moody.

Oh and that Jerry solo...tasty.

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Hell yeah!

And for me, it’s not the notes he plays but his tone. That wah is one of the most perfect sounding wah sounds in the history of music.

Sounds more like a talk box.


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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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wease wrote:
PHATJ wrote:
VinylGuy wrote:
Rotten Apple is the perfect way to begin an album. Its just too fuckin moody.

Oh and that Jerry solo...tasty.

:heartbeat:

Hell yeah!

And for me, it’s not the notes he plays but his tone. That wah is one of the most perfect sounding wah sounds in the history of music.

Sounds more like a talk box.


He uses both.

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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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I've been watching What's in My Bag -videos all day. Here's nice one with Jerry:



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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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I've been watching What's in My Bag -videos all day. Here's nice one with Jerry:


That’s hilarious. Except for the AC/DC record, my dad has all these from back in the day.

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 Post subject: Re: Alice in Chains
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PHATJ wrote:
I've never had even the slightest urge to listen to post Layne AIC albums.

I never had the urge either. I think I listened to one Cantrell solo track and wasn't impressed. Leading up to seeing them last Saturday I made a playlist of their most played over 2018 post Layne material. It was:
The One You Know
Never Fade
Check My Brain
Hollow
Stone
Rainier Fog
Red Giant
Your Decision

I liked all but Stone and Hollow which are mid level average grunge tracks.

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They kill live with William.

The show was pretty good. A few points where William seemed to be struggling but that all changed over the last 6 tracks. Man In A Box was massive and everything after William nailed. Overall I was impressed and I'm sure to check out those 3 William albums.

Setlist:
Bleed the Freak
Check My Brain
Again
Rainier Fog
Them Bones
Dam That River
Hollow
Down in a Hole
No Excuses
We Die Young
Angry Chair
Man in the Box
The One You Know
Would?
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