Dirt (album)

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Dirt
Studio album by Alice in Chains
Released September 29, 1992
Recorded March–May 1992
Genre Grunge, heavy metal, alternative metal
Length 57:35
Language English
Label Columbia
Producer Dave Jerden, Alice in Chains
Alice in Chains chronology
SAP
(1992)
Dirt
(1992)
Jar of Flies
(1994)

Dirt is the second studio album by American rock band, Alice in Chains. Dirt was released on September 29, 1992. The album featured the singles "Would?", "Them Bones", "Angry Chair", "Rooster", and "Down in a Hole".

Dirt is currently the band's highest selling album to date and has gone on to sell 5 million copies worldwide. The album was certified four-times platinum by the RIAA.[1]

Dirt was the final album to feature Mike Starr on bass before he was kicked out of the band and replaced by former Ozzy Osbourne bassist Mike Inez.[2]

The album was also included in the 2005 book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die and was ranked #1 on Guitar World magazine's top ten list of guitar albums of 1992[3][4]

Songs[change | change source]

No. Title Length
1. "Them Bones"    
2. "Dam That River"    
3. "Rain When I Die"    
4. "Down in a Hole"    
5. "Sickman"    
6. "Rooster"    
7. "Junkhead"    
8. "Dirt"    
9. "God Smack"    
10. "Intro (Dream Sequence)/Iron Gland" (unlisted)"    
11. "Hate to Feel"    
12. "Angry Chair"    
13. "Would?"    

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