On September 23rd Alice In Chains will issue a remastered 30th anniversary two-LP 12-inch black vinyl edition of their second album, Dirt. The album, which was the band’s last album to be recorded with the Seattle group’s core four founding members — Jerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney and late-members Mike Starr and Layne Staley.
Dirt was released on September 29th, 1992 and peaked at Number Six on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The set featured such instant classics as “Would?,” “Down In A Hole,” “Them Bones,” “Rooster,” and “Angry Chair.”
According to the press release:
Alice In Chains will release an exclusive translucent orange variant of the double-LP 12-inch vinyl 30th anniversary edition of Dirt as a D2C offering on the band’s website.
The AIC exclusive translucent orange pressing of Dirt will be available as a stand-alone purchase as well as a component in the ultimate Dirt Super Deluxe Package which also includes a resin figurine custom sculpted girl from the album cover as a vinyl topper and magnet, four show posters, a 24-inch square poster featuring the album cover and band photo, four reimagined Dirt album cover prints, and a Dirt hardcover book with never before seen photos.
Also included is a CD with remastered audio, and the album’s five seven-inch vinyl singles: “Them Bones,” “Down In A Hole,” “Rooster,” “Angry Chair” and “Would?”
Walmart will be offering customers an exclusive apple red variant pressing of the double-LP 12-inch vinyl LP.
Alice In Chains performs tonight (August 16th) in Clarkston, Michigan at Pine Knob Music Theatre.
SOURCE: Press release
The tracklisting to Alice In Chains’ Dirt – 30th Anniversary double-LP 12-inch vinyl edition:
Disc 1 – Side A
1. Them Bones
2. Dam That River
3. Rain When I Die
Disc 1 – Side B
1. Down In A Hole
Disc 2 – Side A
3. God Smack
Disc 2 – Side B
1. Hate To Feel
2. Angry Chair
CHECK IT OUT OUT: Alice In Chains’ video for 1992’s “Them Bones”: