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Very Good

If you really want a feel for AIC in concert, get this. One of the best live music vidoes i have ever seen. its seems to be the band at his finest. get this one, i only wish that they had the whole show on for sale. R.I.P. Layne Stanley

Must Have

If you tell people that you love "chains". Then you must have this in your I pod. Raw is the best way to describe this

Rockin my heart forever!

As most AIC fans will note the decline of Layne in 1994 & onward, this video and actually most of the videos made from Facelift, Layne is rockin' the place. He never ever lost his voice. He was a genius & how he sang. I truly believe he was or AIC was so much better live than on a recorded cd. Thank our Lord above we are able to still listen & watch him do what he did best. Sing!! Who's to say where the band would be now if drugs were never a factor. But Layne never lied about it.
Thank you Layne for enriching our music lives forever.
I also agree with the first review written. This is how I want to remember Layne. God Am is also so much better live than recorded. You can see him sing it at his last performance in July of 96' Kansas it's on UTUBE.


Formed: 1987 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In many ways, Alice in Chains was the definitive heavy metal band of the early '90s. Drawing equally from the heavy riffing of post-Van Halen metal and the gloomy strains of post-punk, the band developed a bleak, nihilistic sound that balanced grinding hard rock with subtly textured acoustic numbers. They were hard enough for metal fans, yet their dark subject matter and punky attack placed them among the front ranks of the Seattle-based grunge bands. While this dichotomy helped the group soar to...
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