Alice in Chains: Demented, But Social
This group's debut album "Facelift," prompted one magazine to
say, "We expect big things from these guys."
Q. According to one magazine, your album "Facelift" has
just gone gold, a year after it's release. Why has it taken all this time
for that to happen?
Q. Now, is that any way to talk about your own record?
Q. One Columbia Artist Development Vice-President has said
he wants to develop your career rather than just one record. That has
to take a lot of pressure off a band like "Alice in Chains," when
you're comin' out with that first record.
Q. How did you get signed to Columbia?
Q. How long had the group been together at that point?
Q. Do you feel that your band has worked harder than most
bands to make it?
Q. Is there any significance to the group's name?
Q. Layne has said, "People are taught only a few things
to make them function for society. You can't find other things out if
you're stuck in a box." Any idea what kind of things Layne would
like to see people taught?
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