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Alice in Chains was a band that I enjoyed after picking up Dirt in the wake of digging the absolute shit out of "Would?" from the Singles soundtrack. And then I enjoyed the hell out of it...and to a certain extent everything that came after...especially their "Let's try something slightly different" EPs like Jar of Flies and Sap. And then as they fell apart during and after the loss of vocalist Layne Staley, I sort of lost touch. Seemed like whenever I caught them, there was something about it that just wasn't...them. But now, having heard the new single "Stone" from the upcoming The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, I feel like I'm getting a suitable successor to Staley and yet the band just isn't Alice in Chains Again. And while trying to find a live performance of "Stone," I stumbled across this: and thus, witness William DuVall nailing the shit out of "Kashmir," back by the rest of AIC and a freaking orchestra, recorded in 2009 (I think).
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