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Mark L. snap

Great looking album. new song sound rad

Live at The Moore? Finally? For Real?

Maybe the best supergroup of all time but clearly the most overlooked and underexposed for certain. Glad to see The Moore show released to Audio. I've owned the VHS for years.

One of the greatest collaborations ever....

An all-star group of artists at their peek, seething with deep, dark emotion...Pearl Jam meets Alice in Chains, what more could you want?

Excited for the bonus material, if you haven't heard the original album yet, listen to it NOW. Go ahead, right now....

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

Quite a few side projects containing members of renowned Seattle-based rock bands appeared through the '90s. Most failed to expand past a small cult following comprised mainly of fans of their main bands (Brad, the Rockfords, Three Fish, Tuatara, etc.), but there were a few exceptions to rule, especially Temple of the Dog and Mad Season. The latter outfit included members of Alice in Chains (vocalist Layne Staley), Pearl Jam (guitarist Mike McCready), and the Screaming Trees (drummer Barrett Martin),...
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Above (Deluxe Edition), Mad Season
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  • $14.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Hard Rock, Grunge
  • Released: Mar 29, 2013

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