The celebrated second album by grunge legends Alice In Chains, Dirt, turns 30 this year. Originally released on September 29th, 1992, the classic record — featuring the lineup of Layne Staley, Jerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney and Mike Starr — sold five million copies and featured hit singles such as "Them Bones," "Angry Chair" and "Would?", the latter of which was also featured on the soundtrack to the film Singles.
To celebrate the milestone, Columbia/Legacy are reissuing the album as a remastered 2LP deluxe vinyl reissue. In addition to the standard vinyl reissue, Dirt is also being released in a limited-edition box set. The box includes the album on 2LP orange vinyl plus CD, bonus 7-inches featuring its five singles with new artwork, a 24-inch poster, tour laminate, hardbound book, reprinted setlist, and a box lid filled with metal shavings that can be moved around to create your own dirt design.
Alice In Chains also recently announced plans to release four Funko Pop figurines of the band members that played on Dirt. Pre-order those here.
The deluxe Dirt reissue is out September 23rd via Columbia/Legacy. Pre-order your copy through the Revolver shop now.