Dirt - Alice In Chains

Dirt

Alice In Chains

  • Genre:
  • Release Date: 1992-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1992 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Them Bones Alice In Chains 2:29
2
Dam That River Alice In Chains 3:09
3
Rain When I Die Alice In Chains 6:01
4
Down In a Hole Alice In Chains 5:38
5
Sickman Alice In Chains 5:29
6
Rooster Alice In Chains 6:14
7
Junkhead Alice In Chains 5:09
8
Dirt Alice In Chains 5:16
9
God Smack Alice In Chains 3:50
10
Untitled Alice In Chains 0:43
11
Hate to Feel Alice In Chains 5:16
12
Angry Chair Alice In Chains 4:47
13
Would? Alice In Chains 3:26

Reviews

  • 29 yeasts

    2
    By wrghhhgfx
    Truest words
  • One of the greatest of all time

    5
    By Ttaylo
    Probably the best album by one of the all-time greatest rock bands - of any era. One could say they underachieved and still look at what they left behind.
  • Classic

    5
    By Mikewords
    Dark,dreary,depressing,magnificent
  • Noice

    5
    By RomieDaHomje
    Good ol rock n roll!!!!
  • I don’t need to say it.

    5
    By stan_1978
    This is their best album.
  • 25 years strong

    5
    By 4Masters!
    I don't write reviews. In fact this is my first. This album quantifies the Seattle sound of the 90s, bridging the mainstream (Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and even Soundgarden) with the more obscure (Mudhoney, Green River, Mother Love Bone). Never heard? Give it a listen. Solid cover to cover. RIP Lane Staley- please come back. Jesus pick off a Kardashian. Dam that river.
  • Dirt: A Review

    4
    By Vicious Intention
    Look, Alice in Chains proved themselves worthy of the throne of Grunge Metal with their day view album, "Facelift", but this just proves that they were made to hold that title. Songs like "Them Bones", "Dam that River", "Rooster", "Rain When I Die" and "Would?" are what led them into future classics like all of the "Jar of Flies" Acoustic EP and some songs off of their self titled album, like "Grind". From Start to Finish you're hooked on the guitar work and bass line behind it. Cantrell and Starr prove once again that they were made for great things with this album. Staley, while amazing as usual, had some questionable moments, especially on the songs title track and on "Hate to Feel". Staley stays true to what he felt necessary for this album the whole time. The drum work on this album is Semi- Decent and really becomes repetitive after the first Five to Six tracks. On a scale of One to Ten, this album earns an 8.8 due to Staley's somewhat questionable performances and the repetitive drum line. I would actually recommend "Facelift" over this album, but would still recommend this.
  • Gold

    5
    By Worst predictions ever
    Not one complaint this is solid gold Jerry Cantrell is awesome!
  • Awesome!!!!!

    5
    By BefriendswithSETH
    "Yeah here comes the Rooster!"
  • Wow!

    5
    By Malitia storm
    This is one of the best rock/metal albums ever to be unleashed on the world. Amazing. Top 5: Them Bones, Junkhead, Dirt, Godsmack, Would.

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