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Friday, January 2, 2009

Alice In Chains puts out new album first album in 13 years.


Alice In Chains are set to record a new album this year, their first in 13 years.

The sessions will also be the band's first since frontman Layne Staley suffered a fatal drug overdose in 2002.

The band, joined by their new singer William DuVall, will head into the studio in the autumn.

Writing on the band's website, band associate Baldy said: "October will arrive and Alice In Chains will reconvene to record the new album.

"So, as 2008, winds down, band activity will be gearing up, and at some point in 2009 you'll finally hear what I've been raving about for the last several months."

The band's previous, self-titled, album was released in 1995.

CEO Jelly Rock Records
Josh Hanson
West Hollywood

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Alice in Chains Album Art

I absolutely love to listen to Alice In Chains, every one of their songs appeals to my tastes and senses in a very peculiar way. Thank god for this band!! (I do, everyday)
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Friday, December 12, 2008

Alice in Chains Original Art Album Covers


Here Comes Alice in Chains. Been a longtime Coming.

It's been nearly 6 years since the surviving members of Alice In Chains — guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Inez and drummer Sean Kinney — announced they'd be returning to action for a series of reunion gigs. At the time, some in the band even hinted at the possibility of some fresh Alice tunes somewhere down the line.

Now, two highly successful tours later, Alice In Chains — with Comes With The Fall frontman William DuVall stepping in for late singer Layne Staley — are ready to write and hope to have an LP recorded by the end of 2008.

"Definitely possibly," Cantrell responded with a healthy guffaw when asked whether fans could expect an Alice record next year. "I don't think you can put a time limit on it, because first we have to come up with a record we're satisfied with, and I think we can do that."

No, Alice In Chains haven't written any complete songs for their forthcoming record yet, but Cantrell said they have been tinkering with a few ideas here and there, and they'll start writing in earnest after the holidays.

"The body of stuff that's been coming out so far — all the riffs and song ideas — are really cool," Cantrell explained. "It's really aggressive and everything ALICE was, but it's moved on into a different thing too. It's [indicative of the] transformation of this band. The dynamic is different, and it should be. But Mike, Sean and I, we're still here. We're still a big part of how this band sounds. The elements that remain and the element that William brings to the band are powerful things. I couldn't put a time on it, but I can tell you that [writing songs] is what we are working toward. We're gathering material and doing other business to help this band move forward."

CEO Jelly Rock Records
Josh Hanson
Big Alice in Chains Fan

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Down in a Hole.

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Down in a Hole lyrics

Bury me softly in this womb
I give this part of me for you
Sand rains down and here I sit
Holding rare flowers
In a tomb...in bloom

Down in a hole and I dont know if I can be saved
See my heart I decorate it like a grave
You dont understand who they
Thought I was supposed to be
Look at me now a man
Who wont let himself be

Down in a hole, feelin so small
Down in a hole, losin my soul
Id like to fly,
But my wings have been so denied

Down in a hole and theyve put all
The stones in their place
Ive eaten the sun so my tongue
Has been burned of the taste
I have been guilty
Of kicking myself in the teeth
I will speak no more
Of my feelings beneath

Down in a hole, feelin so small
Down in a hole, losin my soul
Id like to fly but my
Wings have been so denied

Bury me softly in this womb
Oh I want to be inside of you
I give this part of me for you
Oh I want to be inside of you
Sand rains down and here I sit
Holding rare flowers (oh I want to be inside of you)
In a tomb...in bloom
Oh I want to be inside...

Down in a hole, feelin so small
Down in a hole, losin my soul
Down in a hole, feelin so small
Down in a hole, outta control
Id like to fly but my
Wings have been so denied

Monday, August 11, 2008

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Man in the Box

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Man in the Box Lyrics

I'm the man in the box
Buried in my shit
Won't you come and save me, save me

feed in my eyes, can you sew them shut?
Jesus Christ, deny your maker
He who tries, will be wasted
fear in my eyes now you've sewn them shut

I'm the dog who gets beat
Shove my nose in shit
Won't you come and save me, save me

feed my eyes, can you sew them shut?
Jesus Christ, deny your maker
He who tries, will be wasted
fear my eyes now you've sewn them shut

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Frogs

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Frogs Lyrics


What does friend mean to you?
A word so wrongfully abused
Are you like me, confused
All included but you
Alone...
The sounds of silence often soothe
Shapes and colors shift with mood
Pupils widen and change their hue
Rapid brown avoid clear blue
Why's it have to be this way
Be this way
Flowers watched through wide brown eyes bloom
A child sings an unclaimed tune
Innocence spins cold cocoon
Grow to see the pain too soon
Why's it have to be this way
Be this way
At 7 am on a Tuesday, usual August ...
Next week I'll be
I'm still young, it'll be me...
Off the wall I scrape... you...
I can't wake, I gotta wake...
To cause this wake, I gotta wake no more...
It causes wake, to drown this hate....
To never really stay, never will.....
You take your plate...
Put me through hell, live, live...
Direct your fate...
You say I can do it so well...
Your expiration date...
Fate, date, expiration date...
(this was the last time)
Hate...
And don't fuck with me again...
My own clean slate...
Don't fuck with me again...
Makes your eyes dilate...
Makes you shake...
Irate...

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Brother


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Brother
Lyrics

Frozen in the place I hide
Not afraid to paint my sky with
Some who say Ive lost my mind
Brother try and hope to find

You were always so far away
I know that pain so dont you run away
Like you used to do

Roses in a vase of white
Bloodied by the thorns beside the leaves
That fall because my hand is
Pulling them hard as I can

You were always so far away
I know that pain and I wont run away
Like I used to do

Pictures in a box at home
Yellowing and green with mold
So I can barely see your face
Wonder how that color taste

You were always so far away
I know the way so dont you run away
Like you used to do
Like you used to do

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: I Stay Away

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I Stay Away
Lyrics

Yeah, I want to travel south this year
Aaah, woah, woah
Wont prevent safe passage here

Why you act crazy
Not an act maybe
So close a lady
Shifty eyes shady

Yeah, hey yeah, tears that soak
A callous heart

Why you act frightened
I am enlightened
Your weakness builds me
So someday youll see

I stay away

Why you act crazy
Not an act maybe
So close a lady
Shifty eyes shady

I stay away

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Again

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Again
Lyrics

Hey, let them do it again, yeah
Hey, you said you were my friend
Hey, turn me upside down, oh
Hey, feelin so down
Hey, hey...hey...hey...

You made a fool of me again
Again

Hey, I know I made the same mistake, yeah
I, I wont do it again, no
Why, why you slap me in the face, oww
I, I didnt say it was ok, no
No, no...

You violate a part of me again
Again

Ah, ooo
Doot doot, yeah

Hey, you had time to think it out, yeah
Hey, your weak will wont help her heal her heart
Hey, Ill bet it really eats you up

Extending part of me again
Again

Ooo
Doot doot, yeah

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: No Excuses

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No Excuses
Lyrics

Its alright
There comes a time
Got no patience to search
For peace of mind
Layin low
Want to take it slow
No more hiding or
Disguising truths Ive sold

Everyday its something
Hits me all so cold
Find me sittin by myself
No excuses, then I know

Its okay
Had a bad day
Hands are bruised from
Breaking rocks all day
Drained and blue
I bleed for you
You think its funny, well
Youre drowning in it too

Everyday its something
Hits me all so cold
Find me sittin by myself
No excuses, then I know

Yeah, its fine
Well walk down the line
Leave our rain, a cold
Trade for warm sunshine
You my friend
I will defend
And if we change, well i
Love you anyway

Everyday its something
Hits me all so cold
Find me sittin by myself
No excuses, then I know

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Would

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Would

Know me broken by my master,
Teach thee on child of love hereafter,

Into the flood again,
Same old trip it was back then,
So I made a big mistake,
Try to see it once my way.

Drifting body, it's sole desertion,
Flying, not yet quite the notion.

Into the flood again,
Same old trip it was back then,
So I made a big mistake,
Try to see it once my way.

Into the flood again,
Same old trip it was back then,
So I made a big mistake,
Try to see it once my way.

Am I wrong?
Have I run too far to get home
Have I gone?
And left you here alone

Am I wrong?
Have I run too far to get home, yeah
Have I gone?
And left you here alone

If I would, could you?

Friday, August 8, 2008

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: Articles


A metal band with an alternative-rock edge, Alice in Chains was among the biggest to emerge from the grunge scene that spawned Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden. The group's dark, bitter songs, laden with references to drug addiction and death, occupy a musical landscape somewhere between Metallica's dense head bangers and Pearl Jam's grinding anthems. Layne Staley formed Alice in Chains with an earlier lineup while still in high school. In 1987 he met Jerry Cantrell at the Music Bank, a notorious Seattle warehouse rehearsal space, and the two put together the newly christened Alice in Chains along with Cantrell cohorts Kinney and Starr. By 1989 the group had signed to Columbia Records, where it became the beneficiary of an aggressive promotion campaign that saw the release of a five-song promotional EP, We Die Young, and had the group opening for a range of disparate acts, including Iggy Pop and Poison. As a result, by September 1991, Face Lift (#42) had sold a half-million copies and featured the Grammy-nominated “Man in the Box.” A low-key and mostly acoustic EP, Sap, and a track in the Seattle youth culture movie Singles kept the band in the public eye between albums.

The group’s thematically bleaker sophomore effort, Dirt (#6), went platinum in 1992 (eventually selling 3 million copies), and the group’s appearance on the following summer’s Lollapalooza Tour confirmed its popularity. Reports of drug abuse, however, had begun to plague Staley and the band; a couple of songs from Dirt - “Junkhead” and “Angry Chair” - had hinted at mental fatigue and self-destruction. Yet Alice in Chains’ success was at an all-time high: In late 1993 Dirt went double-platinum, and the following year the acoustic Jar of Flies rocketed to #1, the first EP to ever top the Billboard album chart. In 1994 Staley hooked up with fellow Seattleites Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees), and John Baker Saunders to play a few gigs under the name Gacy Bunch; the next year they changed their name to Mad Season and released Above (#24, 1995), but Staley quit the side project (replaced by Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees) before its second album.

In 1995 Alice in Chains returned to action with a self-titled album (which debuted at #1), but the quartet failed to tour, owing to internal discord and rumored addictions. Even so, the band reconvened in 1996 for its first public performance in three years to record and release MTV Unplugged (#3), which stripped the band’s hard-rock sound to an acoustic, unexpectedly melodic core. Nothing new was heard from Alice in Chains until the 1999 release of Music Bank (and the excerpted Nothing Safe - Best of the Box). Named for the warehouse where the band lived and recorded in its early days, the album was a 48-song collection that mixed two new tracks (“Get Born Again” and “Died”) with the band’s hits, live recordings, demos, and B sides. Another anthology of sorts, Live documented performances from throughout the band’s career.

On April 20, 2002, Layne Staley’s body was found in his Seattle apartment fifteen days after the lead singer died from an overdose of cocaine and heroin.

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains


Conceived during a Seattle party in 1987, Alice in Chains ascended to stardom by advancing the 1990s grunge scene alongside Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden, despite lying sonically closer with heavy metal and hard rock. Dark, intense, and harrowingly introspective, Alice in Chains offers a bleak portrait of life’s most unspoken afflictions. And yet still, the band has always maintained a distinct melodiousness which propels them far beyond the confines of genre, reaching an audience as wide-ranging as their music’s themes are universally relevant. The result of this unique appeal is clear, having sold more than ten million albums worldwide and gathering six Grammy nominations. The band suffered the tragic death of singer Layne Staley in 2002, but their legacy remains as leaders of a rare breed of heavy metal bands worthy of critical acclaim while staying true to their down-tuned, nihilistic base. 2005 saw the newest stage of the band, introducing vocalist William DuVall and bringing Alice in Chains to a whole new generation of fans.

Live from Planet Earth Alice in Chains: The Real History


1987. The wonderful year marked with the birth of Alice in Chains. It all started in Seattle,
WA at a party. It just so happened that an extremely talented guitarist named Jerry Cantrell was attending this party along with the man that sings like a lark, Layne Staley. At that time, Layne was involved in a glam band which was growing stale. When he met and hit it off with Jerry that night, Jerry threw out the brilliant idea that they should start a band together. Layne agreed. Now there were two.

Jerry knew a man by the name of Mike Starr who agreed to play bass for the new band. Now all they needed was a drummer. (Layne could play of course, but as you know, he enjoys vocals) Luckily, Mike introduced the others to Sean Kinney, a crazy drummer who was dating Mike's sister. They decided to call their band Alice 'n Chains. (The name was supposedly spawed from a crazy idea about the group dressing in drag and playing). The monumental date of their first gig was on August 5, 1987.


After that, they were briefly known as Diamond Lie and played a few shows sparking the takeoff of their music. Of course they ended up calling themselves Alice In Chains. Later in 1987 they signed with Columbia Records. Their first EP titled "We Die Young" was released in 1990 and is currently a rare collectors item. A few months after that, they released their first full length album called "Facelift". The release of this album sent their debut song "We Die Young" to the top.

Westminister, CA was their first U.S. tour date which happened a few months after Facelift's release. In Seattle, the December 22 show sold out. It was, though, filmed and released as Live Facelift. Their first American Music Award nomination happened in January of 1991 when they were up for Favorite Heavy Metal Artist. Sadly, they lost.

Man In The Box" was their first single which they released. This was their first exposure on MTV. Alice In Chains made a movie debut in the film "Singles" where they played the song "Would?" in a bar. They then toured with Megadeth in Europe for the first time. They received a Grammy nomination for the "Best Heavy Metal Performance". Sadly, they lost again.

Next up for AIC was the "Clash of the Titans" tour with Slayer. They then had time to make their television debut with ABC for their "In Concert" show. After that they accompanied Van Halen on a 4 month tour. Facelift went gold around September of 1991. During their tour break in November, they recorded their second EP. The album was titled SAP, a name given to it by Sean Kinney. He had a dream about the group making an album and naming it SAP because it was "sappy".

Spring 1992 was some well deserved off-time for AIC. They soon began recording Dirt, though. It was released in September. "Would?" was the first single released. "Angry Chair" followed. At this point, Layne broke his foot, but completed the tour with Ozzy using a wheelchair or crutches. (He didn't miss a date!) A tour shirt had an X-ray of Layne's fractured foot on it.

The Hollywood Festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was the next show AIC would do, and the last for bassist Mike Starr. The pressures of constant touring finally got to him and he had to leave the band. AIC asked Mike Inez, who had played with Ozzy Osbourne, if he would be interested in finishing the tour with AIC. He agreed and later (thank goodness) became a permanent member of the band.

Lollapalooza was the main focus of the summer 1993. After this, they recorded their new EP- Jar Of Flies. They then began the Down In Your Hole tour- a six week speedy tour. At this point, "Down In A Hole" was released as a single. A video was shot for this song as well. Finally, "Them Bones" was released as single number four from "Dirt". The cool film "Last Action Hero" was in theatres along with two unreleased Alice in Chains songs- "What The Hell Have I?" and "A Little Bitter". A video was shot for "What The Hell Have I?"

Jar of Flies was released with SAP as a double in 1994, then later Jar of Flies was released individually. Jar of Flies was a monumental album- It was the very first EP ever to debut as number one on the Billboard chart! "No Excuses" was the first single and video released.

AIC recorded their third full length album in April of 1995. After nearly four months, the result was a harder heavier album originally named "Tripod". (third full length album, three legged dog and man) The dog on the cover was inspired from a dog that would chase Sean when he was delivering papers as a child. The album ended up self titled. It was released in November 1995 and debuted number one on the Billboard chart. They were nominated for a Grammy once again, and once again they lost.

Top 200 90s Alternative Rock Songs

No. Song Artist Album Year Last Rank
1 Karma Police Radiohead OK Computer 1997 1
2 No Excuses Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 2
3 Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
4 Bittersweet Symphony The Verve Urban Hymns 1997 9
5 Heaven Beside You Alice in Chains Alice in Chains 1995 3
6 One Headlight The Wallflowers Bringing Down the Horse 1996 4
7 Jesus Christ Pose Soundgarden Badmotorfinger 1991 N/A
8 Bullet With Butterfly Wings Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 N/A
9 Lithium Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
10 1979 Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 5
11 Paranoid Android Radiohead OK Computer 1997 12
12 Down in a Hole Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 8
13 Nutshell Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 7
14 Otherside Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 6
15 Losing My Religion REM Out of Time 1991 10
16 Everlong Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape 1997 N/A
17 Cherub Rock Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
18 Come As You Are Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
19 Wonderwall Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 13
20 The Way Fastball All the Pain Money Can Buy 1998 14
21 I Stay Away Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 N/A
22 Brain Stew Green Day Insomniac 1995 N/A
23 Creep Stone Temple Pilots Core 1992 15
24 In Bloom Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
25 Rotten Apple Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 16
26 Heart Shaped Box Nirvana In Utero 1993 N/A
27 Plush Stone Temple Pilots Core 1992 N/A
28 The Man Who Sold The World (Cover) Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York 1994 17
29 Californication Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 24
30 ├ćnima Tool ├ćnima 1996 N/A
31 Grind Alice in Chains Alice in Chains 1995 N/A
32 Mr. Jones Counting Crows August and Everything After 1993 19
33 Personal Jesus Depeche Mode Violator 1990 N/A
34 Under The Bridge Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik 1991 18
35 Bound for the Floor Local H As Good As Dead 1996 N/A
36 Touch, Peel and Stand Days of the New Days of the New 1997 N/A
37 Man In The Box Alice in Chains Facelift 1990 N/A
38 Your Woman White Town Women In Technology 1997 N/A
39 No Shelter Rage Against the Machine The Battle of Los Angeles 1999 N/A
40 All The Small Things Blink-182 Enema of the State 1999 N/A
41 Would? Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
42 In The Meantime Spacehog Resident Alien 1995 20
43 Dumb Nirvana In Utero 1993 25
44 You Ought to Know Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 N/A
45 All I Want Toad the Wet Sprocket Fear 1991 21
46 December Collective Soul Collective Soul 1995 23
47 Dirt Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
48 Mayonaise Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
49 Song 2 Blur Blur 1997 N/A
50 A Long December Counting Crows Recovering the Satellites 1996 27
51 Santa Monica Everclear Sparkle & Fade 1995 30
52 Rooster Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
53 Counting Blue Cars Dishwalla Pet Your Friends 1995 29
54 Buddy Holly Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
55 Burden In My Hand Soundgarden Down on the Upside 1996 34
56 Soma Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 40
57 Junkhead Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
58 Flagpole Sitta Harvey Danger Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone? 1998 N/A
59 Enter Sandman Metallica Metallica 1991 N/A
60 I Alone Live Throwing Copper 1994 26
61 Run Collective Soul Dosage 1999 32
62 Find The River REM Automatic for the People 1992 47
63 A Tout Le Monde Megadeth Youthanasia 1994 N/A
64 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm Crash Test Dummies God Shuffled his Feet 1993 31
65 Unglued Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 N/A
66 Low Cracker Kerosene Hat 1993 33
67 Streets of Philadelphia Bruce Springsteen Soundtrack: Philadelphia 1993 35
68 Interstate Love Song Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 41
69 Self Esteem The Offspring Smash 1994 N/A
70 Sex and Candy Marcy Playground Marcy Playground 1997 36
71 Lucky Man The Verve Urban Hymns 1997 37
72 Semi Charmed Life Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 39
73 Thief Our Lady Peace Happiness... Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch 1999 28
74 Possum Kingdom Toadies Rubberneck 1994 N/A
75 Rape Me Nirvana In Utero 1993 N/A
76 Zero Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 N/A
77 Tyler Toadies Rubberneck 1994 N/A
78 Lucky Radiohead OK Computer 1997 46
79 Blow up the Outside World Soundgarden Down on the Upside 1996 N/A
80 Drive REM Automatic for the People 1992 49
81 Iris Goo Goo Dolls Dizzy Up the Girl 1998 38
82 Today Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
83 Big Empty Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 54
84 Hate To Feel Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
85 Mary Jane's Last Dance Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Greatest Hits 1993 43
86 Why I'm Here Oleander February Son 1999 N/A
87 Sour Girl Stone Temple Pilots No. 4 1999 45
88 Closing Time Semisonic Feeling Strangely Fine 1998 62
89 Nearly Lost You Screaming Trees Sweet Oblivion 1992 N/A
90 Say It Ain't So Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
91 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? REM Monster 1994 51
92 Carnival Natalie Merchant Tigerlily 1995 87
93 Crazy Life Toad the Wet Sprocket Coil 1997 71
94 Never Let You Go Third Eye Blind Blue 1999 63
95 Linger The Cranberries Everybody Else is Doing It 1993 91
96 Losing A Whole Year Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 N/A
97 You Learn Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 76
98 Runaway Train Soul Asylum Grave Dancer's Union 1992 68
99 All My Friends Counting Crows This Desert Life 1999 67
100 Don't Look Back In Anger Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 44
101 Rhinoceros Smashing Pumpkins Gish 1991 52
102 Hand In My Pocket Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 55
103 Ava Adore Smashing Pumpkins Adore 1998 N/A
104 Rain When I Die Alice in Chains Dirt 1992 N/A
105 Tighter & Tighter Soundgarden Down on the Upside 1996 58
106 Only in Dreams Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
107 Killing in the Name of Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine 1992 N/A
108 Outshined Soundgarden Badmotorfinger 1991 N/A
109 One of Us Joan Osborne Relish 1995 90
110 Tonight, Tonight Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness 1995 69
111 Zombie The Cranberries No Need To Argue 1994 85
112 Saint Joe on the School Bus Marcy Playground Marcy Playground 1997 N/A
113 Bittersweet Me REM New Adventures in Hi-Fi 1996 74
114 Good Morning Baby Bic Runga and Dan Wilson Soundtrack: American Pie 1999 N/A
115 Good Better than Ezra Deluxe 1995 78
116 Take a Picture Filter Title of Record 1999 95
117 The Chemicals Between Us Bush The Science of Things 1999 N/A
118 The Good Life Weezer Pinkerton 1996 N/A
119 We Are Vertical Horizon Everything You Want 1999 70
120 Whats My Age Again? Blink-182 Enema of the State 1999 N/A
121 Don't Follow Alice in Chains Jar of Flies 1994 81
122 Selling The Drama Live Throwing Copper 1994 80
123 On a Plain Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
124 Bulls on Parade Rage Against the Machine Evil Empire 1996 N/A
125 Ironic Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 N/A
126 Drive Incubus Make Yourself 1999 N/A
127 Stranger By the Day Shades Apart Eyewitness 1999 N/A
128 Love Spreads Stone Roses Second Coming 1994 83
129 Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth Primitive Radio Gods Rocket 1996 77
130 Cuts You Up Peter Murphy Deep 1990 N/A
131 Enjoy The Silence Depeche Mode Violator 1990 N/A
132 Fake Plastic Trees Radiohead The Bends 1995 N/A
133 Weapon and the Wound Days of the New Days of the New 1997 N/A
134 Over Now Alice in Chains Alice in Chains 1995 N/A
135 Prophecy Remy Zero Villa Elaine 1998 59
136 Fell On Black Days Soundgarden Superunknown 1994 84
137 Headache Frank Black Teenager of the Year 1994 N/A
138 High Feeder Polythene 1998 N/A
139 Compliment Collective Soul Dosage 1999 N/A
140 Woodburning Toad the Wet Sprocket Dulcinea 1994 96
141 About A Girl (Live) Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York 1994 N/A
142 Creep Radiohead Pablo Honey 1993 72
143 In the Garage Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
144 Gotta Get Away The Offspring Smash 1994 N/A
145 Nothing Else Matters Metallica Metallica 1991 N/A
146 Shine Collective Soul Hints, Allegations, and Things Left Unsaid 1993 N/A
147 Breed Nirvana Nevermind 1991 N/A
148 Casual Affair Tonic Lemon Parade 1996 N/A
149 Fade Into You Mazzy Star So Tonight That I Might See 1993 93
150 My Friends Red Hot Chili Peppers One Hot Minute 1995 54
151 Black Hole Sun Soundgarden Superunknown 1994 48
152 My Name is Jonas Weezer Blue Album 1994 N/A
153 Out of My Head Fastball All the Pain Money Can Buy 1998 N/A
154 Beautiful Disaster 311 Transistor 1997 N/A
155 Champagne Supernova Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 94
156 All I Know Screaming Trees Dust 1996 N/A
157 Gone Away The Offspring Ixnay on the Hombre 1997 N/A
158 Santeria Sublime Sublime 1996 N/A
159 Columbia Oasis Definitely Maybe 1994 N/A
160 The Freshman Verve Pipe Villains 1996 42
161 All Over You Live Throwing Copper 1994 65
162 The Unforgiven Metallica Metallica 1991 N/A
163 Jeremy Pearl Jam Ten 1991 N/A
164 Hold Her Down Toad the Wet Sprocket Fear 1991 N/A
165 Piece Of Pie Stone Temple Pilots Core 1992 N/A
166 Silvergun Superman Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 N/A
167 Black Pearl Jam Ten 1991 50
168 Warm Machine Bush The Science of Things 1999 N/A
169 Rocket Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
170 Whiskey In The Jar (Cover) Metallica Garage Inc. 1998 N/A
171 Closer Nine Inch Nails Downward Spiral 1994 N/A
172 Just Radiohead The Bends 1995 89
173 Hows It Gonna Be Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 N/A
174 Jumper Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind 1997 N/A
175 Mysterious Ways U2 Achtung Baby 1991 N/A
176 Army Ants Stone Temple Pilots Purple 1994 N/A
177 Uno Muse Showbiz 1999 N/A
178 Everything You Want Vertical Horizon Everything You Want 1999 N/A
179 My Iron Lung Radiohead The Bends 1995 64
180 Desperately Wanting Better than Ezra Friction, Baby 1996 N/A
181 What The Hell Have I? Alice in Chains Nothing Safe 1999 N/A
182 Hello Kitty Kat Smashing Pumpkins Pisces Iscariot 1994 N/A
183 Walk On The Ocean Toad the Wet Sprocket Fear 1991 N/A
184 Break It Down Again Tears for Fears Elemental 1993 N/A
185 Laid James Laid 1993 N/A
186 Morning Glory Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 86
187 Head Over Feet Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 1995 N/A
188 Quiet Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A
189 The Day I Tried to Live Soundgarden Superunknown 1994 N/A
190 Far Behind Candlebox Candlebox 1993 100
191 King Nothing Metallica Load 1996 N/A
192 Lake Of Fire (Cover) Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York 1994 N/A
193 Scar Tissue Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication 1999 N/A
194 The Difference The Wallflowers Bringing Down the Horse 1996 92
195 Muscle Museum (Live) Muse Showbiz 1999 N/A
196 The Bends Radiohead The Bends 1995 66
197 Sweet 69 Babes In Toyland Nemesisters 1995 N/A
198 Pepper Butthole Surfers Electriclarryland 1996 73
199 Underneath the Sky Oasis The Masterplan 1998 N/A
200 Disarm Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream 1993 N/A