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Alice In Chains — When The Sun Rose Again
Album: Black Gives Way To Blue
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Released: 2009
Length: 3:57
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Run, run 'til you drop
Hide, everyone knows

We all trade in never-befores
Selling out for the score

Pray, squeal when you're caught
Cry, it's not my fault

Time to trade in never-befores
Selling out for the score

It seems you prophesized, all of this would end
Were you burned away when the sun rose again

Hate, long wearing thin
Negative, all you've been

Time to trade in never-befores
Selling out for the score

It seems you prophesized, all of this would end
Were you burned away when the sun rose again
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Love this band!!! Staley’s vocal ambiance adds such an incredible atmosphere to the songs and blends well with Cantrell’s guitar work. So many, I think, dismissed this band as just a bunch of hard rock and hard party kids. Soooooo much more here if you take the time to listen.
Staley and Cantrell were just terrific.
AiC released new albums after Staley died?!?  What kind of a crappy fan am I? (rhetorical - A: just crappy)  I sure didn't expect to discover this news on RP, but I am very pleased.  This song reminds me of my favorite AiC release, the seldom played SAP album.  I understand that this flavor isn't in everyone's palette, but I'm loving the depth of emotion and vibe.


                           Staley and Shannon Hoon of 'Blind Melon'.
                       Each born in 1967. Hoon dead at 28, Staley at 34.
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RIP, Layne.  Fifteen years ago today.
I can't even raise the energy to give a proverbial. 
 
I am drinking from a cup, I do better when I look at sixes and sevens.
          She's always been short and sweet to me.
       But this time she says If you drop my lingering heart
           Soon you.ll be looking for a place to run.

           This is when cellphones are handy
           And the rest will be laying scattered.
AiC has my favorite "Unplugged" album.  This cut sounds like it could be from that.
Turning it UP! Great song from a great album. Love me some AIC 
Superb, thanks RP.
Power!!!! AiC rules!
 coyote620 wrote:
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Have a listen before judging man. This album rocks. But is a bit too heavy fo RP That's all.
RP never ceases to amaze - good on ya, cheers!
very nice! the diversity is much appreciated.
 Sloggydog wrote:

Isn't most of life about pain, social withdrawal and drug addiction?  Perhaps it's just me.  I love Alice in Chains generally but not massively keen on this particular track but Rooster has always been a favourite.

 
I'd say that pain, social withdrawal and drug addiction are some reactions to the hard knocks that life imparts to us all but I think there's far more to our existence than non-proactive responses to adversity.  

Never did understand the appeal of hard drugs. I think of the heavy users I've known and how damaged they are--no thanks.  
 kcar wrote:

That's very restrained and polite of you, cosmiclint. I appreciate that in light of my rant. 

Actually, after reading your post about "Rooster", I watched the video and read some commentary about the song. Now that it makes some sense to me, I actually enjoy it...to an extent.

I never understood the thrill of Alice in Chains. Maybe if I watched a few more videos or read through some lyrics. It just seemed to me that a lot of their stuff was about pain, social withdrawal and drug addiction. I guy I knew from the Baltimore area said that the drug angle made them big around the city, which has a serious heroin problem.  

 
Isn't most of life about pain, social withdrawal and drug addiction?  Perhaps it's just me.  I love Alice in Chains generally but not massively keen on this particular track but Rooster has always been a favourite.
 cosmiclint wrote:

Jerry Cantrell wrote that song about his father, who served in Vietman. His nickname was Rooster, hence the title. Jerry has said of the song:It was the start of the healing process between my Dad and I from all that damage that Vietnam caused. This was all my perception of his experiences out there.I don't agree with your opinion that the song is "godawful." I think it is very effective in dealing with the subject matter, but you're entitled to your opinion.




 
That's very restrained and polite of you, cosmiclint. I appreciate that in light of my rant. 

Actually, after reading your post about "Rooster", I watched the video and read some commentary about the song. Now that it makes some sense to me, I actually enjoy it...to an extent.

I never understood the thrill of Alice in Chains. Maybe if I watched a few more videos or read through some lyrics. It just seemed to me that a lot of their stuff was about pain, social withdrawal and drug addiction. A guy I knew from the Baltimore area said that the drug angle made them big around the city, which has a serious heroin problem.  

I think AIC crosses too far into the "Metal" category for RP.  I have listened to many stations similar to RP and AIC is never included in the playlist.  One reason for this is that this type of music does not fit well into the playlist.  They have no problem with Pearl Jam of course, which is fairly light most of the time. Forget about Soundgarden.  Nirvana is too difficult to ignore - they reluctantly play Nirvana.  I also think that AIC or Soundgarden are LOUD bands that don't really sound as great over the Internet or on headphones as they could in, say, the car.  I agree with this sentiment somewhat in that "Heavy Metal" is pretty much conservative, fascist crap music nearly always every bit as bad as "Rap" (nothing on earth is really as bad as "Rap" though).  But AIC has some really good stuff.  I am glad Bill added I Stay Away to the playlist - I just wish he would play it sometimes.


Most of AIC was Jerry Cantrell anyways. I saw them perform after LS died, and he was a loss, but not detrimental to the band.
Over analysing. Bill just picked two similar album covers to segue here.
2<3  I find that when Bill plays only one song from an album, then that usually means that the rest of the album has nothing else worth playing  and is therefore mediocre and not worth me looking into.
 bronorb wrote:


I disagree. If they can bring something new to the table, why not continue on. Yeah, the singer sounds a lot like the original singer, but that's the kind of music they play. Of course they are going to find a singer that they like and who can sing some of the old songs.

BTW, Led Zeppelin and The Who both reunited at different times with others sitting in for the deceased members. The Stones had a great run in the seventies after Brian Jones died. Life goes on.
 
I'm sure there was a factor involved to "matching" vocals to Layne when the auditions occurred.  A lot more goes into jiving with a band than just meeting the needs of everyone else.  What impresses me about current members, not only is how well they have preserved the AIC signature, but the fact that they've found something that works.  This situation ain't new.  It's a firm mixture of personalities and musical destiny... and when it works, it's beautiful. William DuVall is excellent.
 bronorb wrote:


I disagree. If they can bring something new to the table, why not continue on. Yeah, the singer sounds a lot like the original singer, but that's the kind of music they play. Of course they are going to find a singer that they like and who can sing some of the old songs.

 
They also sound a lot alike because he's still harmonizing with Jerry Cantrell as Layne did.

AIC has been very respectful to Layne's memory. When Jerry first brought William DuVall in to join them, they communicated with their fans and listened to their feedback. The fans were very supportive so then they decided to go on tour (which was awesome! I saw two of their shows) and only after that and getting the fans' acceptance, did they go into the studio and make a new album. I don't think that would have happened if the fans felt they were doing the wrong thing.
And the crowd goes mild. (Such a dreary song.)
 avatar71 wrote:
It is one thing for a band to find a replacement that sounds exactly like a singer who quits a band, and quite another when the singer dies and they find someone who sounds exactly the same. The original Alice in Chains records, especially Dirt and Jar of Flies, are unique, intense, albeit dark albums. But this song is just disturbing. The man is dead, as is the original bassist. Is a band just a matter of who owns the rights to the name, with every other member replaceable? I liked it better when bands, well, disbanded when members died (see Led Zeppelin). Of course the Who continuing with Kenny Jones was an abomination..
 

I disagree. If they can bring something new to the table, why not continue on. Yeah, the singer sounds a lot like the original singer, but that's the kind of music they play. Of course they are going to find a singer that they like and who can sing some of the old songs.

BTW, Led Zeppelin and The Who both reunited at different times with others sitting in for the deceased members. The Stones had a great run in the seventies after Brian Jones died. Life goes on.
A shadow of their former persona.
It is one thing for a band to find a replacement that sounds exactly like a singer who quits a band, and quite another when the singer dies and they find someone who sounds exactly the same. The original Alice in Chains records, especially Dirt and Jar of Flies, are unique, intense, albeit dark albums. But this song is just disturbing. The man is dead, as is the original bassist. Is a band just a matter of who owns the rights to the name, with every other member replaceable? I liked it better when bands, well, disbanded when members died (see Led Zeppelin). Of course the Who continuing with Kenny Jones was an abomination..
Love it.

Jerry Cantrell - so awesome.
Willing to believe that there's something I'm missing, but this gets my second "1" for now.
 
Doesn't sound much like the AIC I know, other than the vocals. Which is weird, actually, as it puts you in a difficult position. Is he trying to imitate Layne? If he is, is it out of good will or not? It's very common to shun the successors of established band members, should I do that? 

Putting all those thoughts aside, I think I can say I liked this one. It's a nice, mellow tune. However, if I wanted to listen to an AIC song, I'd still prefer the signature AIC songs; dark, heavy and somewhat disturbing.
 sirdroseph wrote:


Yes, it is that simple.
 
I do get that...but with most songs, I don't hear the voice as much as the music.  Part of the reason the lyrics often mean less to me than the sound behind them.  To each his own...but you are definitely in a rough position, since PJ seems to have lasting powers..a-la U2.  :)

 Cynaera wrote:
Different strokes for different folks.  I wasn't a fan of either Pearl Jam or Alice in Chains, but my tastes have changed in the last few years - now I'm selectively loving some of their music.  This song caught me by surprise today - the difficult harmonies, the subdued guitars, the absolute nuance of this piece - I bumped it from 7 to 8.

And Pearl Jam - the only thing I halfway liked from them was "Jeremy."  Now, I listen and smile to a lot more of their music, and I love Eddie Vedder's "Ukelele Songs."  So - in defense of sirdroseph, I must say that we're not all the same, and our likes and dislikes may not make sense to anyone but we ourselves.  So be it.

And then there's Stingray...........{#Rolleyes}
 
Hear! Hear!  Well said...all of it! 

Maybe PJ will put out a instrumental album and he and lemmoth will both be indulged!

 lemmoth wrote:

And by the way Eddie loved Layne - see his tribute song, Mike was in a band with him and they loved PJ.

srjoseph or whatever is just an extremist against any song or any band that ever got any serious mainstream hype - just check out his ratings and that will be confirmed.

In fact as Layla comes on I already know I can easily find a hateful comment from this guy by clicking on the song - and voila - there it is.

He is so predictable.
 

Hey lemmoth, Eddie Vedder sucks!{#Lol} I won't bother you again with replies, just messin with you. If you disliked some of my bands and said they sucked I would think to myself, huh guess he don't like them and then not give it a second thought. Music is subjective, I am allowed to love and hate whomever I please as you are. Just relax and enjoy what you like, mute what you do not. Use the song comments to express exactly how you feel about each song that you feel like commenting on, don't comment on the rest. Your fascination with what I like or dislike is not good for you or appealing to the rest that read your personal attacks on my comments. It's all good broham, relax.{#Cool}


 sbegf wrote:

I don't understand how you can despise PJ so much but yet love AIC.  Must be Vedder's voice?  I just love the whole 90's grunge sound...from them all.  Best good rock to be produced since the 60's and 70's!

 

Yes, it is that simple.
 ick wrote:

In your opinion maybe, but there were others in mine that were equally as good.  Melvins, Screaming Trees, Mudhoney, Mother Love Bone, Soundgarden and oh this band called Nirvana.  Don't get me wrong AIC belongs up there but to say they were the most talented and most important just isn't true in my book.
 

Absolutely, it depends on who you like. What I thought was especially unique about AIC was there incorporations of Bluegrass "high-low" melodies. Good Stuff!
Different strokes for different folks.  I wasn't a fan of either Pearl Jam or Alice in Chains, but my tastes have changed in the last few years - now I'm selectively loving some of their music.  This song caught me by surprise today - the difficult harmonies, the subdued guitars, the absolute nuance of this piece - I bumped it from 7 to 8.

And Pearl Jam - the only thing I halfway liked from them was "Jeremy."  Now, I listen and smile to a lot more of their music, and I love Eddie Vedder's "Ukelele Songs."  So - in defense of sirdroseph, I must say that we're not all the same, and our likes and dislikes may not make sense to anyone but we ourselves.  So be it.

And then there's Stingray...........{#Rolleyes}
 sirdroseph wrote:
This is THE most talented and important band of the 90s grunge movement.........period.{#Yes}
 
In your opinion maybe, but there were others in mine that were equally as good.  Melvins, Screaming Trees, Mudhoney, Mother Love Bone, Soundgarden and oh this band called Nirvana.  Don't get me wrong AIC belongs up there but to say they were the most talented and most important just isn't true in my book.
 sbegf wrote:

I don't understand how you can despise PJ so much but yet love AIC.  Must be Vedder's voice?  I just love the whole 90's grunge sound...from them all.  Best good rock to be produced since the 60's and 70's!

 
And by the way Eddie loved Layne - see his tribute song, Mike was in a band with him and they loved PJ.

srjoseph or whatever is just an extremist against any song or any band that ever got any serious mainstream hype - just check out his ratings and that will be confirmed.

In fact as Layla comes on I already know I can easily find a hateful comment from this guy by clicking on the song - and voila - there it is.

He is so predictable.


 sirdroseph wrote:
This is THE most talented and important band of the 90s grunge movement.........period.{#Yes}
 
bullshit
 
 Stingray wrote:


What night? Who's night?

Your night is not my night, Baby!
 
Since RP is in CA, I am sure she meant PCT..which would make sense, unlike a lot of your song comments.

 sirdroseph wrote:
This is THE most talented and important band of the 90s grunge movement.........period.{#Yes}
 

I was going to comment on my agreement with this post until I read the ".....period."
Nothing more to say ,,,, period.
 sirdroseph wrote:
This is THE most talented and important band of the 90s grunge movement.........period.{#Yes}
 
I don't understand how you can despise PJ so much but yet love AIC.  Must be Vedder's voice?  I just love the whole 90's grunge sound...from them all.  Best good rock to be produced since the 60's and 70's!

This is THE most talented and important band of the 90s grunge movement.........period.{#Yes}
This is interesting in that the hook is a progression of four or seven minor chords at the end of each verse.  Not your typical ZZ Top / Stones / U2 approach.  Makes it pretty dismal-sounding, though, doesn't it?

I used to play this song to death — still love it — don't know why!  I guess I picture long, lonely highway trips home in the middle of the night where you're dragging along at 55 mph because you don't want to get yet another ticket.


 Bosami wrote:
 rdo wrote:

Can this song even hold a candle to "I Stay Away" (which is not played here)?  It's questions like these that can drive someone insane.


 
Hold on to your sanity:  
I Stay Away - truly a 10. And Bill plays it.

Artist:Alice In Chains < more >
Song:I Stay Away
Album:Jar of Flies < album info >
Released:1994
Last Played:Mar 10, 2011 - 05:58

 

Yes, I saw it too.  I think it was the first time that RP reacted to something I wrote, or maybe it was coincidence, it was played for the first time on RP after I wrote that.  I listen to this station at least 8 hours a day for 3+ years and I have yet to hear it.
Lovin this!
So good. Thanks, Bill.
 rdo wrote:

Can this song even hold a candle to "I Stay Away" (which is not played here)?  It's questions like these that can drive someone insane.


 
Hold on to your sanity:  
I Stay Away - truly a 10. And Bill plays it.

Artist:Alice In Chains < more >
Song:I Stay Away
Album:Jar of Flies < album info >
Released:1994
Last Played:Mar 10, 2011 - 05:58



It's a nice enough tribute of sorts but realistically its just the Jerry Cantrell band. As a hardcore diehard AIC fan I may be a bit jaded but Layne Staleys' sound just can't be equalled. The songs are OK enough but original AIC stands alone. Even for the genre they stood at the top. Cantrell is both technically and tastefully superb,one of the best rock guitarists of our era.  BUT this is kinda like painting a mustache on the Mona Lisa. Of the two best bands from that time(AIC and Sublime) both lost their voices and some things you just can't (and shouldn't) try to replace.


I can't see how any Alice in Chains fan wouldn't like this song / album.  It is every bit as good as the stuff from back in the day...
 rdo wrote:

Can this song even hold a candle to "I Stay Away" (which is not played here)?  It's questions like these that can drive someone insane.

 
I'd like to hear that. Maybe not hold a candle to it, but hey at least it's AIC on RP. 
 Sloggydog wrote:
Got to agree that Alice in Chains are a classic band and as such would way rather be listening to would, rooster, angry chair, no excuses, I stay away...and the list goes on.  This is a pale imitation of what they once were, 
 
WORD!

Yeah, they had a really nice Bluegrass high - low thing going on, one of the saddest losses in rock and roll history if you ask me.{#Cry}
Loved the song the first several times I heard it, but it's seems to be replayed a little too frequently and I'm tiring of it.  Great harmonies; great songwriter, though.

Got to agree that Alice in Chains are a classic band and as such would way rather be listening to would, rooster, angry chair, no excuses, I stay away...and the list goes on.  This is a pale imitation of what they once were, 
Jerry Cantrell is an awesome songwriter.  This whole album is excellent and it honors Layne's memory I think.  Good for them to be able to move on.
 rdo wrote:

Can this song even hold a candle to "I Stay Away" (which is not played here)?  It's questions like these that can drive someone insane.


 
I like this song a lot so I'm not sure that I agree with the comment. I "would" however like to hear some more from AIC here. They have a great catalog and imo are one of the more under-appreciated bands of the last 20 years.

close to "10"...

Can this song even hold a candle to "I Stay Away" (which is not played here)?  It's questions like these that can drive someone insane.


 drinkycrow wrote:
I ignored this band all through the 90s and now I'm wondering why. This is excellent...
 

While they're more known overall for their dark and heavy sound ("Would?", "Rooster", "Man in the Box"), some of the acoustic stuff they put out, especially the music on "Sap" and "Jar of Flies", is excellent. For those who haven't heard those releases, I highly recommend them.
 Shesdifferent wrote:
I still swear that RP plays a better mix at night!
 

What night? Who's night?

Your night is not my night, Baby!
Who says Junkies can't play a good song?
I still swear that RP plays a better mix at night!
Every time Bill plays this, I dive for my phones and crank it up.
 kcar wrote:
Will never forgive AIC for "Rooster." What a godawful song.  
 
Jerry Cantrell wrote that song about his father, who served in Vietman. His nickname was Rooster, hence the title. Jerry has said of the song:
It was the start of the healing process between my Dad and I from all that damage that Vietnam caused. This was all my perception of his experiences out there.

I don't agree with your opinion that the song is "godawful." I think it is very effective in dealing with the subject matter, but you're entitled to your opinion.



 mr wrote:
Wait, AIC 2009?! All (except Layne) former members?! This is a nice development... Nice song too, different but still a familiar feel.
 
Their new singer is amazing and I liked the way they approached it.  They did some recording with him but went on tour first to get their fans' response.  It was so overwhelmingly positive that they decided to make an album.  It was like they asked for their fans' approval to introduce a new lead singer.  I saw them on that tour and on their acoustic tour and was blown away. 

 drinkycrow wrote:
I ignored this band all through the 90s and now I'm wondering why. This is excellent...
  

 
roulleau wrote:


Funny, I paid attention to them in the 90s and now I'm wondering why.
 

I've never paid attention to them and haven't wondered about it ever. They wouldn't be so bad if they didn't sing in monotone harmony on every. song. I've. heard. 

Will never forgive AIC for "Rooster." What a godawful song.  
Wait, AIC 2009?! All (except Layne) former members?! This is a nice development... Nice song too, different but still a familiar feel.
 drinkycrow wrote:
I ignored this band all through the 90s and now I'm wondering why. This is excellent...
 

Funny, I paid attention to them in the 90s and now I'm wondering why.
 drinkycrow wrote:
I ignored this band all through the 90s and now I'm wondering why. This is excellent...
 
 "Most Excellent" to me. :-)


I ignored this band all through the 90s and now I'm wondering why. This is excellent...
 Cynaera wrote:
This is a total surprise. I usually am not an AIC fan, but I like this song - very understated for them. And the vocals are amazing - to do harmonies like these is incredibly difficult and takes either a lot of natural talent or some serious concentration and perhaps the cupped hand over the ear to hear what the individual voice is producing. They make it sound so effortless. If it is, in fact, effortless for them, my hat's off to them. They have some good mojo going for them.

This is good. This is really good.{#Cheesygrin}
 
I never thought they'd find someone who can harmonize with Jerry the way Layne did, but William does a great job. This entire album is fantastic. It won't disappoint long time AIC fans, and should win over some new ones. If you prefer their more mellow stuff, listen to "Jar of Flies" or the EP "Sap."


 3enny_3lanco wrote:
Good song, it makes you feel as though the rest of the world is in a bubble of glass and that you're rubbing up against it like a bad windshield wiper.
 

You know, that's exactly what I was thinking.
 3enny_3lanco wrote:
Good song, it makes you feel as though the rest of the world is in a bubble of glass and that you're rubbing up against it like a bad windshield wiper.

 
Whaaa?? Still I agree, this song is great!! 8.

This album was a total shock to me that was THIS GOOD! My hat will always be off to Layne, but this album picks up where they left off.
This is a total surprise. I usually am not an AIC fan, but I like this song - very understated for them. And the vocals are amazing - to do harmonies like these is incredibly difficult and takes either a lot of natural talent or some serious concentration and perhaps the cupped hand over the ear to hear what the individual voice is producing. They make it sound so effortless. If it is, in fact, effortless for them, my hat's off to them. They have some good mojo going for them.

This is good. This is really good.{#Cheesygrin}
 scrubbrush wrote:
sounds like an AIC cover band who's trying out their own 'original' material... with that said, i guess it's OK
 
Without Layne Staley, I think that's pretty much what they are.  Still, I do like it.

Edit: Not to take away Jerry Cantrell's side of things in any way.  His contribution is significant.  I just think that Layne really was critical to their success.  Oh well, I really need to listen more before I shoot my keyboard off any more.

One is flat and one is sharp.  On average, they're great.
sounds like an AIC cover band who's trying out their own 'original' material... with that said, i guess it's OK

These cats are good.


 coy wrote:
wow
i thought it was nirvana
the downer chords start up and leave me relieved
whatever that means
 
These guys were so much better than Nirvana, IMHO - the best Seattle Grunge band out of the big ones: AIC, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Screaming Trees, and later Pearl Jam.  This album does a decent job recapturing Lane Staley's magic, but I do wish they'd let sleeping dogs lie and move on to another project, ala Nirvana's Dave Grohl w/Foo Fighters.


OUT OF REHAB...?
NO! NO! NO!
NEVER!

DRUGGED - BUT GOOD!
Almost sounds like something Moby Grape would have done... {#Music}
wow
i thought it was nirvana
the downer chords start up and leave me relieved
whatever that means
Good song, it makes you feel as though the rest of the world is in a bubble of glass and that you're rubbing up against it like a bad windshield wiper.

 ick wrote:
I really think that people fail to hear Jerry Cantrell's vocal contribution to much of Alice In Chains music.  It's one of the reasons that they've been able to maintain the vocal sound of the band so well even thought Layne is no longer of this mortal coil.  I will say that DuVall can duplicate Layne's style and timbre very closely though too.

 
Excellent point. IMHO, Jerry Cantrell is Alice in Chains. Think of the best works from AiC, and Jerry is the fountainhead of it all. Jar of Flies, self-titled, any other great AiC song, and Jerry was it. Got to see Jerry and crew in concert, and it was all AiC without any Layne drama.

Nice!
I like it..no stress... 6
I like this a lot - I also thought it was some old yet unheard by me late 60's tune...{#Music}

Sounds like something a late 60's San Fran band would have done....

 YOUR DECISION By Request
Wow!  Now I am really blown away — I was truly convinced this was some old unreleased track that was unearthed.  I would have sworn up & down that was Layne's vocals.  That is a spot on match they found.  Jerry should be recognized as a heavy contributor too.  Good for the band (and us) that they may continue on.  RIP Layne
intense... i love this.
Beautifully crafted song...powerful stuff.
I really think that people fail to hear Jerry Cantrell's vocal contribution to much of Alice In Chains music.  It's one of the reasons that they've been able to maintain the vocal sound of the band so well even thought Layne is no longer of this mortal coil.  I will say that DuVall can duplicate Layne's style and timbre very closely though too.

It's great to hear this here. I got to see these guys in Phoenix a few months back. Not only did they do a superb job covering the old stuff (William really does sound a lot like Layne) but they covered a lot of this new album. I love it. It sounds enough like old AIC, but with a slight new twist.
...very nice to hear something new from them, even with the change...
 modernrelics wrote:
Wow, William DuVall sounds amazingly like the late Layne Staley! I thought this was an old Alice in Chains track I'd not heard before.
 
Psych!
 alanthecowboy wrote:
Instantly recognizable voice!  Haven't heard these guys in years.  Withholding rating for now...
 
They spent a long time trying to find a similar-sounding vocalist to the late Layne Staley. The new guy's name is William DuVall (from Comes with the Fall). Sounds good, no?
Wow, William DuVall sounds amazingly like the late Layne Staley! I thought this was an old Alice in Chains track I'd not heard before.
my upload:)
Yeahhhhhhhh
Sweet!  An Alice & Chains song I am not familiar with!  too cool
Instantly recognizable voice!  Haven't heard these guys in years.  Withholding rating for now...
 isayhoomhom wrote:
Nice to hear this. Kind of surprising for RP.
 

Nothing surprises me anymore, that I hear on RP  {#Yes}
Nice to hear this. Kind of surprising for RP.