While they might have initially been overshadowed by the likes of Nirvana, Alice in Chains quickly established themselves as one of the powerhouses of the grunge movement. Set up in the late 1980s by Jerry Cantrell and Sean Kinney, the band has seen members come and go, but that distinctive grunge-metal sound has remained consistent.
Having sold more than 30million records in the ‘90s alone, Alice in Chains was one of the biggest acts of that decade. Dirt is arguably their best album, which was heavily influenced by the personal problems of lead vocalist, Layne Staley. Songs such as Rooster demonstrate a more delicate touch, while tracks such as Them Bones and Angry Chair remain characteristically brutal.
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