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Jane's Addiction

Nothing's Shocking

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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Jane's Addiction Nothing's Shocking on Gold CD from Audio Fidelity Mastered by Kevin Gray! A classic, seminal work and one of the most original and unique records of its era, Jane's Addiction's 1988 masterpiece Nothing's Shocking successfully combined the sounds of '70s arena rock and straddled the line between punk and post-punk. Nothing's Shocking can sometimes be very gentle and soothing, and then, just like that, it's aggressive and even ferocious. Elements of jazz, new-age and funk are interspersed throughout. The sound of the album is spacey, yet full; it's abstract, yet at the same time it's an album to which many listeners can connect. Jane's Addiction created music that was simultaneously foreboding and weighty, delicate and ethereal, the sound is contemplative and plaintive, the sensibility is hardheaded and realistic. This was alternative before it became mainstream. Like most great bands, there was not a single member whose contribution was greater than the sum of its parts: Dave Navarro lights the album on fire with incredible guitar work, Eric A's sturdy bass lines sit in a pocket and truly drive the band, Stephen Perkins is one of rock's greatest and most powerful drummers, and, of course, the charismatic Perry Farrell's manic howls and unique voice and lyrics alone would qualify this album as one of the all-time greats in alternative rock. The album packs a sonic wallop and the performances often create a sense that it could all fall apart at any second, creating a fantastic musical tension. Such tracks as "Up the Beach," "Ocean Size," and one of alt-rock's greatest anthems, "Mountain Song" explode with a majestic force. Also, "Ted, Just Admit It..." and the haunting "Summertime Rolls" make great use of changing moods and dynamics. An incredibly consistent and challenging album, other highlights included the rockers "Had a Dad" and "Pigs in Zen," the horn-driven "Idiots Rule," the jazz instrumental "Thank You Boys," and the up-tempo "Standing in the Shower...Thinking." "Jane Says," the acid-etched portrait of a heroin addict and probably the most sympathetic rock song ever written reached #6 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks. The album was ranked #309 on Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums of All-Time." Nothing's Shocking went Platinum in the U.S. and is certified silver in the UK. In 2006, Q magazine placed the album at #32 in its list of "40 Best Albums of the '80s." The album was produced by Dave Jerden and Perry Farrell. Featuring stellar mastering by iconic engineer Kevin Gray, Audio Fidelity's 24K + Gold edition of this Janes Addiction masterwork bests all prior editions. The audiophile label specializes in deluxe packaging with see-through slip cases and beautifully reproduced original graphics. As always, the original master tape was played back on a specially constructed vintage tube playback deck, with the analog masters put through the new "Kensei Audio Transformer," a process that adds even more life to the music! "As much as any band in existence, Jane's Addiction is the true heir to Led Zeppelin." - Rolling Stone/1988 GWARANCJA SZCZEGÓLNEJ JAKOŚCI AUDIOFILSKIEJ:


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