Alice In ChainsAlice In Chains

Label:Columbia – C2 67248, Columbia – 67248 S1
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold


Lyrics By, Music ByJerry Cantrell
A2Brush Away
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
A3Sludge Factory
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
B1Heaven Beside You
Lyrics ByJerry Cantrell
B2Head Creeps
Lyrics By, Music ByLayne Staley
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
Music ByJerry Cantrell
C1Shame In You
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
C2God Am
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
C3So Close
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
D1Nothin' Song
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
Lyrics ByLayne Staley
D3Over Now
Lyrics ByJerry Cantrell

Companies, etc.



Track D3: "Good Night" by Jed Lewis & His Orchestra used courtesy of Columbia Records/EMI Feist Catalog Inc.

Comes in gatefold sleeve with front sticker and 2 printed inner sleeves.

© 1995 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
℗ 1995 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464 - 67248 - 1 1
  • Barcode (Scanned): 074646724811
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): C2 67248, AL 67437
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): C2 67248, BL 67437
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side C): C2 67248, AL 67438
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side D): C2 67248, BL 67438
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): PAL 67437-1A RB Precision 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): PBL 67437-1A RB Precision 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): PAL 67438-1A RB Precision 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): PBL 67438-1B RB Precision 1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Alice In Chains (CD, Album, Stereo, Pitman Pressing, Yellow Jewel Case)Columbia, ColumbiaCK 67248, 67248US1995
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Alice In Chains (CD, Album, Purple)Columbia, ColumbiaCOL 481114 2, 481114 2Europe1995
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Alice In Chains (Cassette, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaCOL 481114 4, 481114 4Europe1995
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Alice In Chains (2×LP, Album, Gatefold)Columbia, ColumbiaCOL 481114 1, 481114 1Europe1995
Album Sampler (CD, Album, Sampler, Promo)ColumbiaSAMPCD 2934Europe1995



  • art_of_vinyl's avatar
    Found a sealed copy in a trash can when out looking for my pet raccoon.....words words words words.
    • TopsyLPS's avatar
      Records are like stocks. They increase or decrease based on supply and demand. People who weren’t around in 1995 to buy this record will either post negative comments about the “mix” or “soundstage” wo being a verified owner of said titles trying to sway the price downward because they think they are entitled to getting it cheap. However on the great albums released during the cd boom vinyl decline, I doubt you’ll find anyone willing to let them go at 1995 prices. Wait for the digitally sourced reissues you’ll pay $30 for and then bark about your patience and thriftiness. We will keep our $800 AIC and be happy.
      • Bushcampranger's avatar
        Can the homie who "paid" $70 for this record lmk if that's the truth??
        • Choinowski's avatar
          I stumbled at this one around in 1997 in a local record shop which only had a very modest LP-collection left. I already had the CD and liked the artwork so much that I bought it also on vinyl. And it was one of my first LP's. I didn't even own record player at that point.

          It got a little damaged during a fire I had in my dorm room several years later. But I couldn't sell it for obvious reasons.

          AIC records are not to be re-sold. This, their weakest Staley-era LP, still towers above most heavy rock nowadays.
          • Darrdod53's avatar
            I have had a couple different copies of this original US press..and I have to say I disagree with other opinions on this one. The yellow bootleg that is floating around now sounds better and it is 50 is an insanely well done bootleg and it is punchier than this pressing. Did a comparison recently and I know people are gonna call me crazy, but on my hifi setup, that is my verdict.
            • Bushcampranger's avatar
              Edited one year ago
              The sound quality on this record is absolutely incredible. The sound stage is massive, the harmonies are clear and blended masterfully with the guitars (the guitar tones are crystal clear). The bass is heavy and the kick drum is loud and center-staged. This is an audiophile record, no doubt.

              Here's hoping AIC does box sets and standard vinyl reissues of Dirt, Jar of Flies, and Tripod.. give the people what they want. Plus the Facelift box set was really nice quality and sounded excellent.
              • alliedbiscuit's avatar
                Edited 7 months ago
                Does anyone know why this has never been officially reissued on vinyl? I can't imagine it's a rights issue; all their 90s-era records are on Columbia and have been reissued except for this one. It’s just weird that MoV acquired the rights for Dirt, JoF/Sap, Unplugged, and one of Jerry’s solo albums but not this one. Maybe the master recordings don't exist anymore or Columbia is holding onto it for some reason? I'm very curious what it could be as it seems like a no-brainer of an album to reissue.
                • carsonsmusic's avatar
                  Every RSD I hope for a re-release but we just keep getting EPs… pleaseeee soon
                  • RMlegshaver's avatar
                    If anyone is wondering about the sound quality it is excellent. Dynamic and balanced with great clarity. I’m hearing a few things I haven’t noticed before.
                    • nahnotreally's avatar
                      Lucked out on a free copy from my neighbor. I love the songs on this album. The pressing is beyond amazing.


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