Nothing's Shocking

Jane's Addiction - Nothing's Shocking
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Based on 40 ratings
1988 Ratings: #12
August 23, 1988 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Bros. / Label
Dave Jerden and Perry Farrell / Producer
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Best Songs: Jane Says; Had a Dad
Worst Song: Pigs in Zen
Underrated: Thank You Boys
Totally drug fueled and decadent as fuck, Jane's Addiction blew down the walls of normalcy shocking many of us with its poignant depiction of what the "street" does to kids... Very, very hyperreal. Essentially, not as bombastic as some people portrayed it to be... Or, might wish it to be. The stuff that suburban Middle Class American Soccer Mom's closed their eyes to with each and every trip to the Galleria. This LP is the stuff of eternal legend!
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Track List

  1. Up the Beach
  2. Ocean Size
  3. Had a Dad
  4. Ted, Just Admit It...
  5. Standing in the Shower... Thinking
  6. Summertime Rolls
  7. Mountain Song
  8. Idiots Rule
  9. Jane Says
  10. Thank You Boys
  11. Pigs in Zen  
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Added on: April 15, 2013