Dirt (album) by Alice In Chains
In total, there are 12 music albums by Alice In Chains which appear in the greatest album charts and Dirt is ranked as the best.
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Dirt track list
|1.||Them Bones||83/100 (60 votes)|
|2.||Dam That River||81/100 (48 votes)|
|3.||Rain When I Die||82/100 (46 votes)|
|4.||Down In A Hole||84/100 (62 votes)|
|5.||Sickman||81/100 (41 votes)|
|6.||Rooster||83/100 (57 votes)|
|7.||Junkhead||81/100 (41 votes)|
|8.||Dirt||80/100 (44 votes)|
|9.||God Smack||78/100 (40 votes)|
|10.||Intro (Dream Sequence)||73/100 (33 votes)|
|11.||Hate To Feel||77/100 (40 votes)|
|12.||Angry Chair||82/100 (49 votes)|
|13.||Would?||86/100 (79 votes)|
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Absolutely phenomenal. It has a streak of weak tracks from "God Smack" to "Hate to Feel", but otherwise this is a breathtaking masterpiece. "Them Bones", "Down in a Hole", "Sickman", and "Would?" are the highlights.
Amen to the previous two comments. Great album! Only flaw: it's not consistent enough. It get's a tiny bit dull after six tracks. Other than that, fantastic!
AIC=Best Grunge Band
Really dark sounding with a great singer.
Key tracks - Them Bones, Down In A Hole, Would, Angry Chair.
Great collection of songs, pretty solid record. Some people call it too depressive, but you know, it is the dark feeling the songs have that make them so misterious and genious. Down In A Hole, Rooster, Rain When I Die and Would? are only some of the key tracks of this excelent album.
This is definitely their best album, so powerful, filled with emotion and great heavy songs. This is the album that got me into them.
I remember buying this cassette due to the hype, I think, but this band represents the very deepest darkest side of grunge. I just found it too depressing. I mean, look at the song titles alone. No wonder the dude was not long for the world.
This album is solid. Almost every song is well constructed and produced. The album starts out strong and heavy with Them Bones and finishes even stronger with Would (the best song on the album). Everything in between is very good as well. The one weak track called Iron Gland is some sort of spoof on Black Sabbaths Iron Man I guess. Actually the one band that sounds the closest to Alice In Chains before Alice In Chains began is Black Sabbath. The guitar work of Jerry Cantrell does remind me of the work of Tony Iommi especially on this album. That being said; I don't think that AIC sounds too much like its predecessors and for what this album is (early 90s grunge/metal) it is really good at it. A quick comparison that comes to mind of another great modern album that sounds similar to a style that has already been done is Interpol's Turn On the Bright Lights. When Interpol's first album came out in 2002 it reminded pretty much everyone of Joy Division. Yet Turn on the Bright Lights was an amazing album. Turn on the Bright Lights and Dirt are just two examples of how you don't have to create a genre to make a great album. If you can put a good spin on something that has been done before sometimes it works out surprisingly well. Alice In Chains did this almost perfectly in 1992. They have a developed unique sound on this album that puts the listener right in the middle of the haunting darkness that consumed the minds and drug-induced lifestyles of the members of AIC. The vocal harmonies between Cantrell and Layne Staley are perfect yet hopeless. The guitar style and tone sounds as dark and dirty as any since the likes of Tony Iommi and the rhythm section compliments all of that very well.
Alice In Chains is one of the most underrated Seattle grunge bands that were a part of the late 80s and early 90s grunge movement. To this day I am not sure why. They were creating great material with this album that is for sure.
Uneven album. Some all time classics in here, but also some nothing more than "album fillers" too
Grinding and heavy ! A brutally truthful tour de force.
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