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Deepfall vocalist Terry DeWit drops by My Classic Album to chat about Alice In Chains's uncompromising second studio album 'Dirt'.
In the throes of a heroin addiction, AiC vocalist Layne Staley approaches 'Dirt' with unflinching honesty which still hits hard to this day. Together Mike and Terry discuss the state of the band and the world around them as they recorded the album that would make them one of the cornerstones of 90's rock.
How did the 1992 Los Angeles Riots impact the recording of 'Dirt'?
Which track on the album was inspired by an altercation where Sean Kinney broke a table over Jerry Cantrell's head?!?
Who was the important family member that inspired the band's iconic single 'Rooster'?
PLUS: Hear Mike's thought upon finally seeing the 'Bat Out of Hell' musical, and enjoy 'Revolution', the new single from Deepfall!
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Music Credits: 'This Is Rock' by Silvia Marchese
'Revolution' by Deepfall. An independent release played with permission from the artist.
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