Talk:Alice in Chains

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Removal of hard rock[edit]

I'm removing hard rock since 4 genres are enough, heavy metal already covers hard rock, and it was added by a banned sock account. — Preceding unsigned comment added by I call the big one bitey (talkcontribs)

Lead Vocals[edit]

The opening paragraph implies that Jerry Cantrell was not a lead vocalist for the band both by calling Staley the lead vocalists and by saying that William Duvall took over as lead vocalist after his death. The band member timeline at the bottom shows that Cantrell only provided lead vocals after Staley's death. I'm not sure what the light orange color in the pre-reunion line is supposed to signify there. All of that seems incorrect based on my knowledge of the band though. I'm not a huge fan, so correct me if I'm wrong, but it wasn't uncommon for Cantrell to sing lead vocals on songs even before Staley's death, was it? He sang the lead part on "Heaven Beside You," which was a big single. If that was the only significant song that Cantrell sang lead on, I'm fine with characterizing Staley as the sole lead vocalists, but I don't think it was. Again, please correct me if I'm mistaken. Either way, the timeline needs to be corrected to get rid of the light orange line that doesn't correspond to the key. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Offensivename (talkcontribs) 18:40, 7 December 2016 (UTC)

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