Few rock vocalists created this type of dark and eerie body of are Alice in Stores’ Layne Staley. Created in Kirkland, WA, on August 22, 1967, Staley demonstrated musical talent young, and used the drums. But upon becoming a member of garage rings and discovering rock and roll music as an adolescent (Dark Sabbath, the Doorways, etc.), Staley turned to performing. He fulfilled guitarist Jerry Cantrell soon thereafter, and both shaped a Vehicle Halen/Weapons N’ Roses-esque glam metallic music group, Alice N’ Chaynz (alongside drummer Sean Kinney and bassist Mike Starr). Going for a hint from fellow Seattle rings (Soundgarden, Melvins, Screaming Trees and shrubs, etc.), the group declined their early showy path and only a far more straight-ahead strategy both musically and aesthetically, and ultimately transformed the spelling of the name to Alice in Stores. Staley was quickly creating a genuine vocal design — borrowing the creepiness of such metallic vocalists as Ozzy Osbourne and Alice Cooper, and merging it using the such traditional rockers as Jim Morrison, because the group’s audio slowed down to some Sabbath-like crawl. Agreed upon to Columbia Information in the past due ’80s, AIC released their first record, Facelift, in 1990. Hardcore touring constructed a group of fans, nonetheless it wasn’t before summer months of 1991 which the one/video “Guy in the Container” became popular and broke the music group towards the big-time. Further produces (the hard rock and roll full-lengths Dirt and Alice in Stores, along with the acoustic EPs Sap and Jar of Flies) garnered even more attention and large product sales, solidifying the group as you of Seattle’s finest and gaining Staley the respect as you of rock’s most primary frontmen. Certainly, Staley’s impact permeated a lot of the past due-’90s alt steel landscape, therefore performers as Scott Stapp (Creed), Travis Meeks (Times of the brand new), and Sully Erna (Godsmack), obviously contained components of the Alice in Stores frontman’s vocal design within their delivery. Despite all of the success, things had been going incorrect behind the moments. Rumours that Staley acquired progressed into a hardcore medication user began dispersing by the middle-’90s, as well as the speculation just grew louder once the music group refused to support any substantial travels after an appearance on Lollapalooza 1993. With the past due ’90s, the group was on hiatus, being a greatest of (Nothing at all Safe and sound), a container set (Music Loan company), and an in-concert established (Live) made an appearance, but no brand-new album was prepared. Staley had made an appearance within the one-off Seattle supergroup Mad Period (1995’s Above), in addition to on the film soundtrack for The Faculty (a cover of Green Floyd’s “Another Brick within the Wall structure – Component 2”). However the sporadic function eventually ground to some halt, as Staley appeared interested in nourishing his medication habit than seeking music. His lifestyle took a switch for the most severe in 1996 when his fiancée passed away from medications, which friends state made the previous Alice in Stores frontman blot out the discomfort with further substance abuse. Over the last couple of years of his lifestyle, Staley rarely still left his Seattle condo, and refused to response the entranceway or mobile phone when previous bandmates or close friends came around to be sure of the singer’s condition (which got supposedly deteriorated to the idea that he previously lost the majority of his tooth and got abscesses around his hands). Though it shouldn’t attended as a significant surprise, the rock and roll music globe was stunned when Staley’s useless body was entirely on a couch in his condominium, the victim of a bad lethal overdose of heroin and cocaine. Because the body have been in the house for 14 days and had started to decompose, it had been hard to find out at first the precise day of Staley’s moving. Eventually, a day was decided, which became eerie — Apr 5, 2002 — precisely eight years to your day that another leading physique of the first ’90s Seattle rock and roll scene also required his existence, Kurt Cobain.
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|One Hit Wonderland||2012||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|Metal Evolution||2011||TV Series documentary lyrics - 1 episode|
|Cry Baby: The Pedal that Rocks the World||2011||Video documentary writer: "Man In The Box" - as Layne T. Staley|
|Funny People||2009||writer: "Man in the Box" - as Layne T. Staley|
|Idol||2004||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Perfect Storm||2000||writer: "Man in the Box"|
|Alice in Chains: Music Bank - The Videos||1999||Video writer: "Man in the Box", "Angry Chair", "I Stay Away", "Again", "Get Born Again"|
|The Faculty||1998||performer: "Another Brick in the Wall, part II"|
|Marvin's Room||1996||writer: "Again" 1995|
|Unplugged||1996||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|The Epic of Detective Mandy: Book Four - Spoof of the Living Dead II||1995||TV Movie writer: "I Stay Away"|
|Lassie||1994||writer: "Man In The Box"|
|Dead at 21||1994||TV Series lyrics - 1 episode|
|Beavis and Butt-Head||1993||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Last Action Hero||1993||writer: "A Little Bitter"|
|Alice in Chains: Live Facelift||1991||Video documentary short writer: "Man in the Box", "Real Thing", "Love, Hate, Love", "Man in the Box Video"|
|Alice in Chains: Them Bones||1992||Video short||Layne Staley|
|Alice in Chains: Man in the Box||1991||Video short||Layne Staley|
|Alice in Chains: Music Bank - The Videos||1999||Video video "Again"|
|Alice in Chains: Man in the Box||1991||Video short|
|The Rooster||2008||Short in memory of|
|Heart: Alive in Seattle||2003||Video thanks: from Mike Inez|
|Alice in Chains: Music Bank - The Videos||1999||Video||Himself (Vocals) (as Alice in Chains)|
|Howard Stern||1997||TV Series||Himself|
|Unplugged||1996||TV Series documentary||Himself - Vocals|
|Saturday Night Special||1996||TV Series||Himself|
|Mad Season: Live at the Moore||1995||Video documentary||Himself|
|The Nona Tapes||1995||Video short||Himself|
|Alice in Chains: The Nona Tapes||1995||Short||Himself|
|Alice in Chains: What the Hell Have I?||1993||Short||Himself|
|Singles||1992||Himself - Alice In Chains (uncredited)|
|Alice in Chains: Live Facelift||1991||Video documentary short||Himself (as Alice in Chains)|
|Hard 'N' Heavy Volume 16||1991||Video||Himself|
|Pantera: Cowboys from Hell||1991||Video documentary short||Himself|
|Alice in Chains: We Die Young||1990||Video short||Himself|
|Pearl Jam Twenty||2011||Documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
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