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Alice Mudgarden
Genres Grunge
Years active 1992
Labels Columbia Records
Associated acts Alice In Chains, Soundgarden, Mudhoney,
Jerry Cantrell
Layne Staley
Mike Starr
Sean Kinney
Chris Cornell
Mark Arm

Alice Mudgarden is the "band" given credit for the Alice in Chains song "Right Turn" off of their 1992 EP, Sap. The group was so named because it involved Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, and Mark Arm of Mudhoney on vocals, in addition to the AIC membership. "Alice Mudgarden" was a combination of the names of all three bands.

AIC guitarist Jerry Cantrell, Cornell, and Arm had talked about forming a grunge supergroup named Alice Mudgarden for a brief time following the release of Sap, but when the bands hit it big in the mainstream, the idea died.

The only released track, "Right Turn," was played before a battle scene in the 2001 film Blackhawk Down. The song is not included on its soundtrack but is listed in the film's ending credits.

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