Jan 18

Alice In Chains – Man in the Box (Official Video)

Alice In Chains – Man in the Box (Official Video)

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“Man in the Box” is a single by the American Grunge band Alice in Chains. It was released as a single in 1991 after being featured on the group’s debut full-length album Facelift (1990). The song was included on the compilation albums Nothing Safe: Best of the Box (1999), Music Bank (1999), Greatest Hits (2001), and The Essential Alice in Chains (2006), and is a playable track in the video game Rock Band 2. The song is also played in the 2000 film The Perfect Storm.
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Mar 02

Kix – Don’t Close Your Eyes

Kix – Don’t Close Your Eyes

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Kix – Don’t Close Your Eyes

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Kix partnered up with RattWarrant and Winger producer, Beau Hill, and in 1985,

released the album Midnite Dynamite, featuring a hard rock single by the same name and funk rock songs “Cold Shower” and “Sex”.

The album also included the song “Bang Bang (Balls of Fire)”, which was co-written by Purnell and Kip Winger.

Outside players such as session drummer Anton Fig who played on two tracks,as well as Mike Slamer (Streets/City Boy/Warrant) who receives credit for additional guitars helped redefine the band’s sound.

With this new sound Kix would now be at the forefront of the Hair Metal genre alongside contemporaries Warrant,Poison and Winger. Kix went back into the studio to record more of Donnie Purnell’s songs.

In 1988, they released Blow My Fuse, and finally achieved fame as it went platinum. The slow ballad “Don’t Close Your Eyes”—containing anti-suicide lyrics—led the way (peaking at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100) and other popular cuts followed.

The album featured the popular singles “Cold Blood” and “Blow My Fuse”, along with popular videos showing the band in concert at Hammerjack’s. In 1989, the band released Blow My Fuse: The Videos, with their now-popular videos and behind-the-scenes footage. As Kix finally graduated to arenas, they opened for such popular artists as RATT.

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