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There’s A 30th Anniversary Edition Of Alice In Chains’ Facelift Coming

Get your version of Alice In Chains’ classic debut as a vinyl, or ultra boxset…

Alice In Chains’ classic debut Facelift recently celebrated its 30th birthday. To celebrate, the Seattle grunge legends have announced two special re-releases. 

If you’re a more restrained, thrifty type of person, you can go for the stand-alone vinyl edition, released on November 13. However, for the fan who has to have everything in the biggest and most sprawling version possible, wait til January 29, and you can get the deluxe version which features (deep breath)…

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  • Acrylic deluxe box with gel transparencies
  • 2LP vinyl
  • Exclusive cassette
  • Custom hard cover photo book
  • Poster
  • 12-inch slipmat
  • Sticker sheet
  • Tour laminate
  • Four art prints

In other Alice In Chains-related news, guitarist Jerry Cantrell revealed back in February that he’s been working on a new solo album. 

I’m working on a new record myself, so generally when I’m in that sort of a mode, I pretty much don’t listen to anything until I’m done, so nothing creeps in there,” he said. When I’m with Alice, I’m with Alice, and that takes the majority of my time. This year we’re taking a little time off, so if you like any of the solo work that I did, or the work with Alice, I’m sure you might like some this stuff, too.”

Posted on October 15th 2020, 1:01p.m.
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