Alice in Chains’ ‘Dirt’: 10 Facts Only Superfans Would Know

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By 1991, Alice in Chains had already made their grand entrance with Facelift. Anthems such as “Man in the Box” and “We Die Young” proved this band were going to be one of the biggest of the decade. But no one had any idea what was coming next. The quartet released their sophomore album Dirt on Sept. 29, 1992. It was their sludgiest, darkest work yet, and also their last with original bassist Mike Starr. Layne Staley and Jerry Cantrell’s haunting vocal harmonies were back, and the music was heavier overall. Coming in right after the explosion of grunge, Dirt spawned five singles and spent 106 t…

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