When I was in my formative teenage years, one of my favorite bands was Alice In Chains. Much more than Nirvana and Soundgarden, which were so popular at the time. I really enjoyed all their music. Then, 10 years went back and nothing happened. Then, like a few more years went by and I discovered yesterday, despite the fact that one of the original members died several years back, they have a new album: Black Gives way To Blue. It was only 5 bucks at Amazon, so I got it. Seems OK so far. Here is an accoustic version of the main song:
TEMPE, Ariz. - The No. 8-ranked California volleyball team (12-0, 2-0 Pac-10) swept Arizona State (5-9, 0-2 Pac-10) in three sets (25-23, 25-21, 26-24) at the Wells Fargo Arena on Sunday, Sept. 26. The Golden Bears remain undefeated and are off to their best start since a 16-0 streak opened up the 2006 season. Cal was led by junior outside hitter Tarah Murrey, who had 20 kills (3e, 36att, .472), and senior setter Carli Lloyd, whose 45 assists allowed the Bears to attack at a .304 rate (52k, 17e, 115att).
Freshman outside hitter Adrienne Gehan logged double-digit kills for the third time this season as she put in 11 (7e, 27att, .148). Sophomore libero Robin Rostratter led the team with 13 digs while sophomore opposite hitter Correy Johnson put up nine kills (2e, 18att, .389). Sophomore middle hitter Kat Brown added six kills (0e, 15att) for a .400 hitting percentage and led the Bears with four blocks. For Cal, it was the 16th consecutive win against ASU dating back to Nov. 9, 2002.