Alice In Chains - Black Gives Way To Blue (Limited Edition)

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It's hard not to feel for Alice in Chains -- all the guys in the band were lifers, all except lead singer Layne Staley, who never managed to exorcize his demons, succumbing to drug addiction in 2002. Alice in Chains stopped being a going concern long before that, all due to Staley's addictions, and it took guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez, and drummer Sean Kinney a long time to decide to regroup, finally hiring William DuVall as Staley's replacement, and delivering Black Gives Way to Blue a full 14 years after the band's last album. To everybody's credit, Black Gives Way to Blue sounds like it could have been delivered a year after Alice in Chains dissolved: it's unconcerned with fashion; it's true to their dark, churning gloom rock; and if you're not paying attention too closely, it's easy to mistake DuVall for his predecessor. There's a difference between desperately attempting to recapture past glories and reconnecting with their roots, and Alice in Chains fall into the latter category. While they'll never be mistaken for a feel-good band, there is a palpable sense of relief that they get to play together again as a group, and what's remarkable is that they still sound like themselves, capturing that weird murk halfway between '80s metal and '90s Northwestern sludge, reminding us that we were missing something in their absence. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

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Available for Shipping to Canada Post
Yes
Artist(s)
Alice In Chains
Edited
No
Format
CD
Label
EMI
Language
English
Number of discs
1.0
Parental Advisory
No
Release date
29/09/2009
Track list
All Secrets Known, Check My Brain, Last Of My Kind, Your Decision, A Looking In View, When The Sun Rose Again, Acid Bubble, Lessons Learned, Take Her Out, Private Hell, Black Gives Way To Blue
Brand
Anderson Merchandisers
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30587874, 5553934
SKU
10197168
UPC
509999671592

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