ALICE IN CHAINS: 'Essential' Collection To Finally See Light Of Day

June 20, 2006

"The Essential Alice in Chains", a two-CD compilation that originally was slated to be released more than two years ago, finally will see the light of day July 25 via Sony/Legacy. Preview audio clips from the 28-song collection online here. The complete track listing for the collection is as follows:

CD 1:

01. We Die Young
02. Man In The Box
03. Sea Of Sorrow
04. Love, Hate, Love
05. Am I Inside
06. Brother
07. Got Me Wrong
08. Right Turn
09. Rain When I Die
10. Them Bones
11. Angry Chair
12. Dam That River
13. Dirt
14. God Smack
15. Hate To Feel
16. Rooster

CD 2:

01. No Excuses
02. I Stay Away
03. What The Hell Have I (Remix)
04. A Little Bitter (Remix)
05. Grind
06. Heaven Beside You
07. Again
08. Over Now (Unplugged)
09. Nutshell (Unplugged)
10. Get Born Again
11. Died
12. Would?

ALICE IN CHAINSJerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney, Mike Inez and William DuVall (who will handle lead vocals for the group) — completed a short U.S. tour in May and are currently on the road in Europe playing a series of club dates and festival appearances.

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