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Alice Mudgarden was the band given jacket credit for the song "Right Turn" on the 1992 is a leap year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...1992 The band Alice in Chains Alice in Chains, initially formed by lead singer Layne Staley (1967-2002) in the mid 1980s as Alice N Chains, was, along with Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, one of the most commercially successful bands to break out of the Seattle, Washington grunge scene. ...Alice in Chains EP Sap is an Alice in Chains studio EP, released on March 21, 1992 through Columbia Records. ...Sap. The song, written by Jerry Cantrell (born March 18, 1966, Tacoma, Washington) was the lead guitarist and principal songwriter for the grunge band Alice in Chains until the groups dissolution in the mid 1990s due to lead singer Layne Staleys drug addiction and subsequent withdrawal from the recording industry. ...Jerry Cantrell, featured vocals by Alice in Chains singers Cantrell and Layne Staley, (August 22, 1967 _ April 5, 2002), born in Kirkland, Washington, was the lead singer of the Seattle_based grunge/metal band Alice in Chains and the grunge supergroup Mad Season. ...Layne Staley, as well as Christopher Cornell (born July 20, 1964, Seattle Washington) is a singer/songwriter most well_known as the lead singer of Soundgarden, in which he was a member from the mid 1980s until 1996. ...Chris Cornell of Soundgarden was a seminal Seattle rock band instrumental in creating the sound that came to be called grunge. ...Soundgarden and Mark Arm of Mudhoney is a grunge band, formed in Seattle in 1988. ...Mudhoney. "Alice Mudgarden" was a combination of the names of all three bands.

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Alice in Chains at AllExperts (1944 words)
Alice in Chains are an influential rock group that was formed in the late-1980s in Seattle, Washington.
In November 1995, Alice in Chains returned with the release of a self-titled album, Alice in Chains, commonly referred to as "Tripod" or "Three" due to the image of a forlorn three-legged-dog on the album cover, and because it was the band's third full album.
The possibility of a full-on Alice in Chains reunion finally ended on April 20, 2002, when Layne Staley was found dead in his condominium from an apparent lethal overdose of heroin and cocaine.
Alice in Chains: Information from Answers.com (3007 words)
Alice in Chains supported the album by opening for Van Halen, Poison, and Iggy Pop, and it became a hit, going gold by the end of the year.
Alice in Chains soldiered on in the face of such criticism, performing successfully on the third Lollapalooza tour in 1993, which helped Dirt reach sales of three million.
Alice In Chains recorded a gig at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel on October 31 in Providence, Rhode Island and are planning to record their November Los Angeles shows for a new live DVD set for release in 2007.
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