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8 thoughts on “ Janes Addiction - Nothings Shocking (CD, Album)

  1. Listen: Jane’s Addiction ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ Musical Lead Up Playlist Jane’s Addiction began to court major label interest after the release of their self-titled independent debut, recorded during a live show at the Roxy Theatre in January
  2. "Nothing's Shocking" by Jane's Addiction was the first true pillar of what would become "alt. rock" in the s, but over two decades later the album stands alone more-so than almost anything released in the pre through post-grunge era.
  3. Nothing’s Shocking. Jane's Addiction. 11 tracks. Released in Rock. Tracklist. Idiots Rule. Jane Says. Thank You Boys. Pig’s In Zen. Other Jane's Addiction albums: Janes Addiction. Jane's Addiction 10 tracks Released in Rock. Trip Away; Whores; Pigs In Zen; Listen full album. Ritual De Lo Habitual. Jane's.
  4. Aug 23,  · On 'Nothing's Shocking' the band combines arena rock and indie/underground sounds to create this musical masterpiece. The mellow bass line of 'Up the Beach' starts off the album before introducing the listener to Navarro's wailing guitar lead and Ferrell's brilliant vocals with his 'oos' in the background along with other various sounds/5().
  5. Aug 02,  · JANE'S ADDICTION was signed to Warner Bros. after garnering critical claim for its release on the independent Los Angeles label XXX. Under their .
  6. On the band's major label debut, Jane's Addiction show the world why they were so relentlessly pursued by A&R types, as their thunderous, Metal-meets-Funk explodes from the speakers right from the get-go. Nothing's Shocking established Jane's Addiction ability to set the pace musically, and it remains one of best representations of the band to.
  7. Nov 24,  · I consider the 1st 3 albums to be the Jane's Addiction Trilogy: their self-titled live album, Nothing's Shocking, and Ritual de lo Habitual All 3 are of equal quality, but if I had to pick the best one, I might pick Ritual, especially the side 2 sequence of Three Days / Then She Did.

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