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The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

by Alice in Chains

The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here by Alice in Chains

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The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

by Alice in Chains

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Label: Capitol Records
The William DuVall-fronted Alice in Chains will never recreate the emotional torment of Dirt and Facelift, and they don't want to, which is why The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here -- like its predecessor Black Gives Way to Blue -- works. It's not a record designed to change the world, but rather give fans what they want: really hard grooving rock interlaced with the group's trademark harmonies. The best jams are "Stone," "Hollow" and "Lab Monkey," all of which pivot on gnarled blues riffs. The only major issue is that the production, as with a lot of modern hard rock these days, is too compressed.

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The William DuVall-fronted Alice in Chains will never recreate the emotional torment of Dirt and Facelift, and they don't want to, which is why The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here -- like its predecessor Black Gives Way to Blue -- works. It's not a record designed to change the world, but rather give fans what they want: really hard grooving rock interlaced with the group's trademark harmonies. The best jams are "Stone," "Hollow" and "Lab Monkey," all of which pivot on gnarled blues riffs. The only major issue is that the production, as with a lot of modern hard rock these days, is too compressed.

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About This Album

The William DuVall-fronted Alice in Chains will never recreate the emotional torment of Dirt and Facelift, and they don't want to, which is why The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here -- like its predecessor Black Gives Way to Blue -- works. It's not a record designed to change the world, but rather give fans what they want: really hard grooving rock interlaced with the group's trademark harmonies. The best jams are "Stone," "Hollow" and "Lab Monkey," all of which pivot on gnarled blues riffs. The only major issue is that the production, as with a lot of modern hard rock these days, is too compressed.