Jane's Addiction - Nothing's Shocking (Full Album)
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Up The Beach 00:00
Ocean Size 03:00
Had A Dad 07:20
Ted, Just Admit It... 11:06
Standing In The Shower... Thinking 18:28
Summertime Rolls 21:32
Mountain Song 27:52
Idiots Rule 31:55
Jane Says 34:56
Thank You Boys 39:46
Pigs In Zen 40:49
- I CLOSE MY EYES AND SEIZE IT
I CLENCH MY FISTS AND BEAT IT
- So much great, classic, boundary shredding music I missed just because I
was a music peasant back then. Catching up now thanks to Youtube and
awesome people like you who make the extreme effort and time commitment to
upload and share
- by the time I got the "standing in the shower" part I was already in
another world. These songz sound great for summers
- What a find tonight! Thanks for the upload
- 351 cleveland 1971 ford grand terino
- I kinda feel that this is one of the best recorded albums of the 1980s.
- Classic salted chips for my ear-buds as i taste them on a glider flying
through the blue
- This album blew me away when I first heard it in 1988/89. Pure raw power.
There's not a duff track on there. Every song gives me goosebumps and
really effects me. Undoubtedly one of the greatest albums in the history of
rock. Totally original...not heard anything like it since and I doubt I
will. I love Ritual de lo habitual as well but I think this one edges it
for me. Saw them live quite a few times as well in 1989 and 1990...best
band I ever saw live......one of the craziest gigs I ever went to. I think
Jane's addiction are touched by genius.
- Summertime Rolls...so good
- Up The Beach makes feel like I am in some kinda dimensional vortex, even
that doesn't quite express the feeling. But I do know that it is a very
intense feeling that I get every time I listen to it, and that is alright
- I personally can't understand why people constantly criticise Dave
Navarro's playing, I think he's a pretty solid player :)
- Best 45 minutes of my life....
- Clearly remember riding on a bus full of like-minded souls, all on our way
to lola in Stanhope in '91. There was this sense of all of us being a small
part of something really big and really special.
- this is a code coffee with the qween in a cab
- Saw them a few years back opening for NIN....They didn't sound as kool live
anymore, shame. They were tuned down to D and all the melodies sounded like
- Sitting in front of my computer nd CHARGED with a an energy that I haven't
felt (in this respect) for 20 f*king years... Guess I'll go have a shower
and then make some REALLY GREAT invoices....
- Thank you boys!......
- I used to live in Ashland, Oregon in the early 90's. I didn't have a car,
but rode my bike everywhere. I have great memories of riding through
beautiful Lithia Park and throughout town listening to this album on my
primitive Walkman. Every time I hear these songs, I'm back there in that
place and time. Great music. Mahalo.
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