All-ice, later given the nickname Alice, is an urban legend alluded to in Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, and briefly mentioned in Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward. All-ice is the name attributed to an Egyptian priestess who will bring a curse upon anyone who opens her coffin. The legend states that the form of ice she was preserved in is "ice-9", a special form of ice does not melt at room temperature; this is where the name "All-ice" comes from.
Alice in Chains (occasionally informally referred to as The Dog Album, The Dog Record, and Tripod) is the self-titled third studio album by the American rock band Alice in Chains. It was released on November 7, 1995, and was the follow-up to the highly successful Dirt. The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and stayed on the chart for 46 weeks. Grind", "Heaven Beside You" and "Again" were released as singles.
Alice (22) – All Ice. Label: Magnum International – none. This acetate is unique as it's the only French pressing recorded in the French Magnum International Studios in France. This 'All ice' album became definately issued in Germany only on Polydor. It never got a propre release in their homecountry. As bonus this acetate got a giant black & white cover with a group shot on the front,and some history with newspaper.
This PDF tutorial takes you through all the steps needed to make this Alice themed album: The finished album has four fold out pages with a new flat lying design each with a magnetic closure and lots of space to hold photos, ephemera and your treasured memories. The PDF tutorial comes as a digital download and includ.
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Alice’s second-worst selling album (next to underrated weirdo gem Dada), Dragontown is a sequel to Brutal Planet and while he eases up on the nu-metal flourishes here, it’s still more dour comic book Jesus stuff. He does loosen up a little and offers up a few reprieves tho, most notably the metalbilly rave-up Disgraceland. Welcome To My Nightamare is far from Alice’s most rock album, but still a wonderfully loony piece of 70s excessive mock’n’roll musical theatre.
|A3||You've Got To Stop The World||4:30|
|A6||You've Got To Stop The World||0:55|
|B3||Somebody Loves You||3:46|
|B5||Circle (Part 1)||2:37|
|B6||Circle (Part 2)||6:20|
- Recorded At – Magnum International
- Bass Guitar, Flute, Guitar, Vocals – Alain Suzan
- Composed By – Alain Suzan
- Drums, Percussion, Vocals – Alain Weiss
- Guitar, Vocals – Ian Jelfs, Paul Semama
- Lyrics By – Ian Jelfs
- Piano, Synthesizer, Mellotron, Vocals – Luc Bertin
- Producer – Roland Hilda
NotesEnglish vocals version from 'Arretez Le Monde'
French metal acetate only pressing,officialy issued by Polydor in Germany only.
Includes huge poster with black & white photo from the band on front and lots of information on back.
|2393 043||Alice||All Ice (LP)||Polydor||2393 043||Germany||1972|
|2393 043||Alice||All Ice (LP, Promo, W/Lbl)||Polydor||2393 043||Germany||1972|