Layne Staley and Mad Season's River of Deceit

videoOne of my all-time favourite bands is Alice In Chains. I love that moody, grinding, grungy melody and Layne Staley's vocals still send shivers down my spine.

I was listening to Alan Cross' Ongoing History of New Music episode on Layne Staley and he reminded me of Mad Season. Mad Season was a Seattle supergroup that released a single album back in 1995. Mad Season featured Layne Staley on vocals, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready on guitar, as well as members of the Screaming Trees and other Seattle bands.

I only really know one Mad Season song, but it's awesome. For a trip back to the mid-90s and a reminder of just how good Layne Staley was, here's the video for "River of Deceit".



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Nwaka

I really love this song. Every song that has Layne Staley's voice in it is a special, and great song.

September 8, 2007 @ 4:35 PM

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