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Alice in Chains (occasionally informally referred to as The Dog Album, The Dog Record, and Tripod) is the self-titled third studio album by the American rock band Alice in Chains. It was released on November 7, 1995, and was the follow-up to the highly successful Dirt. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and stayed on the chart for 46 weeks. Grind", "Heaven Beside You" and "Again" were released as singles.
Live is a live album by the American rock band Alice in Chains. It was released on December 5, 2000 through Columbia Records. The live version of "Man in the Box" featured in the album was released as a single. Live was the band's only live album other than the acoustic album Unplugged.
Alice in Chains resurfaced on April 10, 1996 to perform their first concert in two and a half years for MTV Unplugged, a program featuring all-acoustic set lists. The show first aired on MTV on May 28, 1996. A live album of the performance was released in July 1996, which debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, and was accompanied by a home video release. The album has received platinum certification by the RIAA and the home video release has received gold certification by the RIAA. A full length DVD of the concert was also later released in 1999
Released July 30, 1996. MTV Unplugged Tracklist. 1. Nutshell (Unplugged) Lyrics. 2. Brother (Unplugged) Lyrics. 3. No Excuses (Unplugged) Lyrics. 4. Sludge Factory (Unplugged) Lyrics. 5. Down in a Hole (Unplugged) Lyrics. 6. Angry Chair (Unplugged) Lyrics. Alice in Chain’s MTV Unplugged was performed on 1996 at Brooklyn’s Academy of Music Majestic Theatre as part of MTV’s unplugged series. It was their first show in three years due to Layne’s drug problems. It features Scott Olson as a guitarist. It features songs from Sap, Jar of Flies, Dirt, and Alice in Chains. A new song called Killer is Me was also debuted. MTV Unplugged Q&A.
Episode VI: MTV Unplugged. It is April 10, 1996. Alice in Chains, almost broken by the severe drug addiction of one of their central figure Layne Staley, get back together to perform a concert for the first time in two and a half years. The MTV Unplugged series is an opportunity for the band to perform an all-acoustic set, providing a completely different, stripped-down experience from the hard-edged outings that most had heard of them before. While Cantrell’s performance is the most standout (his skill with an acoustic guitar is nothing short of remarkable), Inez’ low, moody bass lines are overall more audible than the bass guitar ever was on a Alice in Chains record, and showcase incredible playing strength. While it is a classic performance, and arguably the best Alice in Chains album, Unplugged would also mark the end to what the band would never manage to achieve again.
The Unplugged acoustic series is one of the best concepts to emerge from MTV, and Alice in Chains' performance ranks among the best of the MTV Unplugged series. Alice in Chains was one of the heaviest bands to emerge from the Seattle grunge scene in the early 1990's, and listening to albums like Dirt and especially Facelift it's hard to imagine the band in an acoustic setting, stripped of all of the pummeling heaviness of those two albums. But when you consider the more melodic direction the band took with their Sap and Jar of Flies EPs, you knew the idea had potential. With few exceptions, I prefer the acoustic songs on this album to their studio counterparts. They just seem to resonate more in the acoustic setting. In the end, Alice in Chains Unplugged serves as the band's crowning achievement as well as a testament to wasted potential and what might have been.
Listen free to Alice in Chains – MTV Unplugged (Nutshell, Brother and more). Unplugged is a live album and DVD by Alice in Chains. It was recorded at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Majestic Theatre as part of the MTV Unplugged series of concerts and contains live, acoustic versions of the band's songs. The performance was Alice in Chains' first concert in two and a half years, as well as one of the band's final appearances with Layne Staley.