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Alice In Chains - Black Gives Way To Blue FLAC Performer: Alice In Chains
Album: Black Gives Way To Blue
Country: Canada
Released: 29 Sep 2009
Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Label: Virgin
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: 509999 67159 25
Size FLAC: 2554 mb.
Size MP3: 2310 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 508
Record Source: CD, Album, Digi




Tracklist


1Last Of My Kind5:53
2All Secrets Known4:43
3Lesson Learned4:17
4Private Hell
Strings, Arranged By [Strings], Engineer – Stevie Blacke
5:38
5Your Decision
Strings, Arranged By [Strings], Engineer – Stevie Blacke
4:43
6Black Gives Way To Blue
Piano – Elton JohnVibraphone – Lisa Coleman
3:04
7When The Sun Rose Again
Tabla – Chris Armstrong
4:00
8Acid Bubble6:56
9A Looking In View7:06
10Check My Brain3:58
11Take Her Out4:00


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
509999 67159 25, 509999 67159 2 5Alice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue ‎(CD, Album, Car)Virgin, Virgin509999 67159 25, 509999 67159 2 5US2009
5099993 08264 2 7Alice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue ‎(CD, Album)Virgin5099993 08264 2 7Australia2009
509999 67159 25, 509999 67159 2 5Alice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue ‎(CD, Album, RP)Virgin, EMI509999 67159 25, 509999 67159 2 5USUnknown
509993 08264 2 7Alice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue ‎(CD, Album)Virgin509993 08264 2 7Europe2009
9993082642LAlice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue ‎(CD, Album)Virgin9993082642LMalaysia2009


Credits


  • Art DirectionAlice In Chains, Matt Taylor
  • Artwork By [Illustrations Pages 7 & 11] – Emmanuel Polanco
  • DesignMatt Taylor
  • Engineer [Additional]Nick Raskulinecz
  • Engineer [Second/assistant, Henson]Kevin Mills, Martin Cooke
  • Management [Booking]Jon Pleeter
  • Management [International Booking]John Jackson
  • Management [Legal]Peter Paterno
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByRandy Staub
  • Other [Model] – Sarah McNeilly
  • Photography By [Band]James Minchen III
  • Photography By [Package Interior]Rocky Schenck
  • ProducerAlice In Chains, Nick Raskulinecz
  • Recorded ByPaul Figueroa
  • Technician [Assisted By, Studio 606]John Lousteau
  • Written-ByJerry Cantrell, Mike Inez (tracks: 5), Sean Kinney (tracks: 5), William Duvall (tracks: 3, 5)
  • Art DirectionAlice In Chains, Matt Taylor
  • BookingJon Pleeter
  • Booking [International]John Jackson
  • DesignMatt Taylor
  • Engineer [Additional]Nick Raskulinecz
  • Engineer [Second/assistant, Henson]Kevin Mills, Martin Cooke
  • Illustration [Pages 7 & 11]Emmanuel Polanco
  • LegalPeter Paterno
  • Mastered ByTed Jensen
  • Mixed ByRandy Staub
  • Other [Model] – Sarah McNeilly
  • Photography By [Band]James Minchen III
  • Photography By [Package Interior]Rocky Schenck
  • ProducerAlice In Chains, Nick Raskulinecz
  • Recorded ByPaul Figueroa
  • Technician [Assisted By, Studio 606]John Lousteau
  • Written-ByJerry Cantrell, Mike Inez (tracks: 5), Sean Kinney (tracks: 5), William Duvall (tracks: 3, 5)


Notes


Digipak packaging.

Recorded at Studio 606, Northridge, CA and Henson Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Mixed at Henson Studios, Los Angeles, CA and Warehouse Studios, Vancouver, BC.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York, NY.

Elton John appears courtesy of Mercury Records Limited.

Worldwide Representation: Velvet Hammer Music and Management Group and Susan Silver Management.
North American Booking: CAA
International Booking: K2 Tours, Inc.
Legal: King Holmes Paterno & Berliner, LLP.
Business Management: David Weise & Associates
Design for Varnish Studio Inc.

Virgin Records logo is a registered trade mark of Virgin Enterprises Ltd.
EMI is a registered trade mark of EMI Group plc. Used under license
℗ 2009 Virgin Records.
© 2009 Virgin Records.
Manufactured and distributed by EMI Music Canada.
Made in Canada.


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 0999-9-67159-25


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Yes, this album is missing Layne terribly, but it is still kicks ass and I think the whole album is a fitting tribute to Layne. Even the album title seems to suggest a heart that is starting to heal.It still sounds like Alice In Chains and Cantrell shines. My only complaint is how freaking loud the thing is. Even at moderate volumes my ears feel like they're going to bleed. No subtlety in the mixing at all.
I see what you mean, when i calculated ReplayGain i got -10.32 (total album)"Loudness Wars" strikes again ?I have to say this is ok but i enjoyed Cantrells solo work more.Old school Alice blows it all away though..