Album of the Day
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From their earliest club gigs, Jane's Addiction was the talk of the L.A. music scene, and a band clearly destined for greatness. Signed to Warner Bros. Records, the group delivered on the advance buzz with its 1988 studio debut NOTHING'S SHOCKING – heavy metal, progressive and alternative rock combine powerfully on songs like “Summertime Rolls,” “Pigs In Zen,” “Mountain Song” and “Jane Says.” It's a strange mix that might have sunk if played by lesser performers but soars in the hands of guitarist Dave Navarro, bassist Eric Avery, drummer Stephen Perkins and banshee-voiced frontman Perry Farrell. Today is the singer's birthday, and we can't think of a better way to celebrate than with the platinum-certified classic NOTHING'S SHOCKING.