Back in time
29 September 2022
Band: ALICE IN CHAINS
Who: Metal grunge titans from, of course, Seattle
Active: 1987–2002, 2005–present / 6 studio LPs (so far)
Anniversary LP: DIRT
Released: 29 September 1992 – 30 years ago today
Pitchfork: “Dirt is, on one hand, the most elemental album of the grunge era, tackling the big questions with bluesy and Biblical seriousness: a busted dam, a rainstorm, a flood, a big old pile of them bones. For dirt thou art, And unto dirt shalt thou return. It’s also an album about feeling like dirt, and knowing that others see you that way. Dirt is by and for a dispossessed generation who came of age in the shadow of Vietnam, amid skyrocketing divorce rates, hard drugs, and an ever-widening gap between the haves and have-nots.” Score: 8.5/10.
TUTV: Titanic tour de force!
Singles/clips: Would? / Them Bones / Angry Chair
– WOULD? –
– THEM BONES –
– ANGRY CHAIR –
Stream full album on Spotify
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