Jane's Addiction – Nothing's Shocking (Album, 1988). Up From The Catacombs: The Best Of Jane's Addiction. Авторы текста и музыки. Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro, Stephen Perkins, Eric Avery.
Produced by Dave Jerden and Jane's Addiction vocalist Perry Farrell, the album was more focused and packed more of a sonic wallop than its predecessor; the fiery performances often create an amazing sense that it could all fall apart at any second, creating a fantastic musical tension.
Nothing's Shocking is the first major-label studio album by the American rock band Jane's Addiction, released on August 23, 1988 through Warner Bros. Nothing's Shocking was well received by critics, though it peaked at number 103 on the Billboard 200. The single "Jane Says" reached number six on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks in 1988. Rolling Stone ranked it on its "500 Greatest Albums of All Time".
Jane's Addiction – Nothing's Shocking. Records – 925 727-1, Warner Bros. Records – WX 216. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Music By – Jane's Addiction. Other – Paul Fisher. Photography By – Kevin Westenberg. Photography By – Casey Niccoli, Perry Farrell. Producer – Dave Jerden, Perry Farrell. Vocals – Perry Farrell. Words By – Perry Farrell.
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Ships from and sold by -importcds. Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). 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.
Jane’s Addiction toured Nothing’s Shocking for nine months, on and off. On stage, they could be brilliant, as their first UK performance proved.
Jane's Addiction certainly weren't on the best terms with each other when this album was being recorded. Right off the bat, Perry Farrell demanded 6. percent of the album's royalties for his contributions to the band's lyrics and music, which instantly caused tensions to rise. As if that weren't enough, Farrell started to accuse Eric Avery for trying stealing his girlfriend while drunk.
Jane's Addiction is the eponymous live album by Jane's Addiction, released on May 15, 1987. Its basic tracks were recorded live at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles on January 26, 1987, with additional overdubs and corrections recorded at The Edge Studio in Los Angeles. An audience applause dub from a Los Lobos concert was overlaid onto the final mix. The basic tracks were recorded live over a single night in Los Angeles, with additional in-studio recording and overdubs done later.
Jane’s Addiction set themselves up nicely with their debut, and then delivered the goods on this album in a big way. Anyone that knew the debut was probably rightfully wowed when they heard this for the first time, but not me, because I was only 10 and for some reason I only liked 2 Live Crew. On Nothing’s Shocking, everyone in the band is firing on all cylinders like never before, and it’s a solid album front to back with some of the most mammoth rock tracks you’re ever liable to hear coming out of a pair of speakers.