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All Categories > Name that Tune! > Melody forum > Grungy, Alice in Chains-like song
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Author: chico_musti
Posted: Feb 16 2019 - 03:25 PM
Subject: re: Grungy, Alice in Chains-like song
Does someone know the name of this song. I went to a night out around 4 years ago, I was recording this karaoke couple and the song was really intricate. I tried going to the bar but it sadly got shut down, could someone help me with the name of the song. I tried using apps like Shazamn and they could not find it.
Author: szpaku161
Posted: Feb 16 2019 - 03:20 PM
Subject: Grungy, Alice in Chains-like song
There's 30s sample of it, particularly chorus, which I took at work. May need to raise the volume though.

I consider that to be fairly easy. Dude's voice sounds so familiar... I suppose band's kinda mainstream - like all the songs we play at the store. Totally sounds like Alice in Chains, went through all AIC songs although with no effect at all. Been bugging me for a long time.

Thanks in advance!

It dont wanna download go there:
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