Unplugged: Season 7, Episode 3

Alice in Chains (28 May 1996)

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Alice in Chains perform an accoustic concert as part of the MTV Unplugged series.

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In their first live concert in over 2 years (and possibly their last concert ever), Alternative/metal group Alice in Chains performs acoustically at MTV Unplugged. Includes acoustic versions of the hit songs "Got Me Wrong," "Rooster," "Would?," and "Down in a Hole." Written by Anonymous

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26 February 2004 | by (California) – See all my reviews

this dvd was one of the best unplugged sets i've ever heard/watched. Ive had this dvd now for the past five months yet i still get the urge to watch it on a regular basis. Hell, its so good, i get the songs from AIC unplugged stuck in my head constantly and at random moments (i was one of the last people to finish my midterms in sociology because of it).

anyways, i just wanted to say how much this dvd rocked. i really thought it was awesome to see the more human side of AIC; complete with some commentary in between the songs as well as the "mess up" on sludge factory. The song that hit me the heaviest was "rooster", and i cannot get layne's image of deep concentration (or despair?) out of my head.

I am not liking the direction rock music is going. most of the stuff today is watered down, like pop music. Watching this video is like a breath of fresh air amid a sea of horrible bands. Layne, RIP......


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