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September 1, 1991 | STEVE HOCHMAN
You can hardly tell from the oppressive darkness, gloom and anguish of the songs on Seattle band Alice in Chains' debut album, "Facelift," but the quartet is composed of positive-thinkers. The band members are positive that no matter how successful they become, they'll still have plenty of dark, gloomy and anguishing things to write about.
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August 14, 2005 | Steve Hochman, Special to The Times
CROSS the band Alice in Chains off the list of potential successors to INXS and the "Rock Star" hunt for a new singer. But surviving members of the popular Seattle grunge-metal group, whose singer Layne Staley died of a drug overdose in 2002, are exploring ways they might be able to perform again on a regular basis. The prospect is an outgrowth of a February reunion of guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney at a benefit for victims of the Indonesian tsunami.
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August 14, 2005 | Steve Hochman, Special to The Times
CROSS the band Alice in Chains off the list of potential successors to INXS and the "Rock Star" hunt for a new singer. But surviving members of the popular Seattle grunge-metal group, whose singer Layne Staley died of a drug overdose in 2002, are exploring ways they might be able to perform again on a regular basis. The prospect is an outgrowth of a February reunion of guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney at a benefit for victims of the Indonesian tsunami.
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September 1, 1991 | STEVE HOCHMAN
You can hardly tell from the oppressive darkness, gloom and anguish of the songs on Seattle band Alice in Chains' debut album, "Facelift," but the quartet is composed of positive-thinkers. The band members are positive that no matter how successful they become, they'll still have plenty of dark, gloomy and anguishing things to write about.
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