A review of the property records, when cross-referenced with Alice in Chains album liner notes and other public records, shows that the Larusta Trust shared the same Bellevue address as the business entity AIC Touring Inc. Larusta was a reference to John Larusta, the alias Layne was using at the time, according to Ken Elmer. At some point after Layne moved in, producer Toby Wright set up a home recording studio for him. I set up guitar paths, I set up a couple of vocal paths, and I think I had a keyboard path as well, and some multiple things where he could just go in, hit a button and record… He had a little drum machine and that kind of thing, he used to do demos.
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Layne Staley didn’t overcame girlfriend's death at the time
The song was released as a single on March 25, , reached No. The riff to "Stone" - that Cantrell hummed into his phone while recovering from a shoulder surgery - was ranked No. Singer-guitarist Jerry Cantrell came up with the song's riff whilst recovering from surgery to repair his damaged shoulder cartilage in He told Ultimate-Guitar. When I could play a little bit and we were going through riffs, I remember doing some riffs with Paul Figueroa, our engineer. I'm like, 'Wait a minute, I got a good one, man.
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The self-produced EP was written and recorded over the course of just one week at the London Bridge Studio in Seattle. The EP was well received by critics and has been certified triple-platinum by the RIAA , selling 4 million copies worldwide, making Jar of Flies one of the band's most successful releases. In Canada, Jar of Flies was certified double-platinum for the sale of , copies.
Dirt is the second studio album by the American rock band Alice in Chains , released on September 29, , through Columbia Records. Peaking at No. It has since been certified four-times platinum by the RIAA and gone on to sell five million copies worldwide, making Dirt the band's highest selling album to date. The music video for "Would?