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Alice In ChainsDirt

Label:Columbia – MOVLP037, Music On Vinyl – MOVLP037
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 Gram
Country:UK & Europe
Style:Alternative Rock, Hard Rock, Grunge


A1Them Bones
A2Dam That River
A3Rain When I Die
Written-ByCantrell*, Staley*, Starr*, Kinney*
A4Down In A Hole
Written-ByCantrell*, Staley*
Written-ByCantrell*, Staley*
Written-ByCantrell*, Staley*
B3God Smack
Written-ByCantrell*, Staley*
B4Iron Gland0:43
B5Hate To Feel
B6Angry Chair

Companies, etc.



Sticker on shrink wrap reads:
"Music On Vinyl
Classic Album
180 gram audiophile vinyl pressing"

Different tracklisting than the original release. On original release "Down In A Hole" was the second-to-last track, some later reprints move it to track 4 instead. This vinyl version moves it to track 4, which also means the Side B opener ("Dirt") is instead track B2 and the Side A closer ("Junkhead") is the new Side B opener.

B4 is not listed on the jacket or label.

Includes a printed inner sleeve with lyrics & credits.

Tom Araya appears courtesy of Def American Records.

Produced at One on One and Eldorado, 1992.
Mixed at Eldorado.
Mastered at Future Disc, Hollywood, CA.

Originally released ℗ & © 1992 Sony Music Entertainment
This release ℗ & © 2009, Sony Music Entertainment
Manufactured & distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. for Sony Music Entertainment.
Made in the EU

Lyrics reproduced by kind permission of the publishers. All rights reserved.
© 2001 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As printed): 0 886973 529010
  • Barcode: 0886973529010
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC A): 886973529010
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM/SDRM
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Label Code: LC 02604
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, hand-etched, variant 1): 85353 1A MOVLP 037
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, hand-etched, variant 1): 85353 1B MOVLP 037
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, hand-etched, variant 2): 85353 2A MOVLP 037
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, hand-etched, variant 2): 85353 2B MOVLP 037
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, hand-etched, variant 3): 85353 4A MOVLP 037
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, hand-etched, variant 3): 85353 3B MOVLP 037

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Dirt (CD, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaCOL 472330 2, 472330 2Europe1992
Dirt (LP, Album)Columbia, Columbia472330 1, COL 472330 1Europe1992
Dirt (Cassette, Album, Vertical Barcode)Columbia, Columbia, ColumbiaCT 52475, CT52475, 52475US1992
Dirt (Cassette, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaCOL 472330 4, 472330 4Europe1992
Dirt (CD, Album)Columbia, ColumbiaCOL 472330 2, 472330 2Europe1992
xbeaksx's profile picture
Why is this so expensive and hard to find? UwU

krisjay's profile picture
Anyone who says the CD sounds better than this pressing is insane, or just has a poorly setup vinyl rig. This is FAR superior to any CD release out there, period.
jordan0610's profile picture
Sounds fantastic all the way through. Not sure what the negative reviews are for.
rose1978's profile picture
Edited one month ago
I own the original european version, japanese cd and 2 MOV represses (coloured & standard black versions). The MOV (i mean both of them, the black and the dark red version) sounds brighter, maybe stronger with nice balance but NOT like the cd. Overall MOV here did some great job. I really don't know which sounds"better" but the MOV represses (they sound exactly the same, regardless of the colour) are excellent...ALL ARE EXCELLENT! Cover, printed inner bag, heavy flat vinyl + SOUND. I really enjoy both of them.
TheKeaneR's profile picture
This vinyl version sounds really perfect and it's probably the best press on this album.
onkelbergcf's profile picture
Edited 4 months ago
I think all the 5 star reviews only listed to the first tracks of each side. This pressing is decent, however the last tracks on A/B are not listenable...Unfortunately two of Alice in Chains best songs, Rooster and Would? are massively affected by inner groove distortion. They should rerelease Dirt on 2xLPs like Facelift and not force the whole album on a single record.

So never spend more than 30 bucks on this version - you'll be disappointed
AIC will rerelease their albums on vinyl since they withdraw from the MOV contracts so just be patient :)
And this issue is not caused by my setup
mhrobbins25's profile picture
Excellent pressing and a phenomenal album- pressed very loudly, and very quietly regarding surface noise. Punchy, and a great soundstage too. Not sure if these MOVs are sourced from analog or digital but this pressing sure beats any other digital format I’ve heard Dirt on! I’d definitely recommend giving this record a good wet cleaning before playing, as it came in the cardboard replica sleeve, which left a bit of paper dust and fragments in the grooves. Layne’s voice shines through the well layered bass, drums, and guitar tracks, which are all very present and well seated in the mix, and Jerry Cantrell’s guitar slices through each track like a knife. 11/10, been looking for this for ages and it was well worth picking up. I found my copy in the wild for msrp so there’s still hope beyond the scalpers!
IsaacTP's profile picture
Edited 5 months ago
I’ve listened to Dirt on CD and digital for years and this vinyl pressing sounds great to me. A lot of what people are complaining about here is just how the album has always sounded. Jar of Flies and Unplugged are much better sounding recordings. The MOV pressings of those 2 albums would pass audiophile muster a bit easier. Personally I wouldn’t let the negative reviews deter you if you want to own this classic album on vinyl. Would I buy a 2xLP newly remastered version? Absolutely. Although I’m not sure much more could be done with the recording.
joseluvima's profile picture
Got a copy of this one a couple of months ago for 20 euros in a small shop from the city I live in.... Jizz now Discogs put the cheapest option on 49 euros... Even more. Sounds cool but It's crazy how prices rise
krisjay's profile picture
Grab this and let others pay over 300 dollars for red colored vinyl. Same mastering as the red. People are funny. Personally, I don't like red enough to pay almost 10 times the price. Amazed this hasn't been reissued again or at a minimum repressdd.