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Rivero
12-19-04, 02:49 AM
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Up the Beach
Ocean Size
Had a Dad
Ted, Just Admit It...
Standing in the Shower...Thinking
Summertime Rolls
Mountain Song
Idiots Rule
Jane Says
Thank You Boys
Pigs in Zen


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Stop!
No One's Leaving
Ain't No Right
Obvious
Been Caught Stealing
Three Days
Then She Did...
Of Course
Classic Girl

Hollowgen
12-19-04, 02:51 AM
plz censor my choice

fnordboy
12-19-04, 02:14 PM
Nothing's Shocking is the only Janes album I still listen to occassionally. I never cared for Ritual as much as I did Nothing's Shocking.

Flashback
12-19-04, 02:48 PM
Nothing's Shocking is the only Janes album I still listen to occassionally. I never cared for Ritual as much as I did Nothing's Shocking.

Same here. Just held up over the years. RH was a favorite years ago but over time it just didn't hold up.

J-Dubya
12-19-04, 08:14 PM
hands down Nothing's Shocking

Metrodub
12-19-04, 08:21 PM
tough choice. nothing's shocking is my pick because, as others have stated, it's stood the test of time. but ritual has three days, which is just amazing.

Rivero
12-20-04, 04:36 AM
but ritual has three days, which is just amazing.

To me 'Three Days' is the best Jane's song, period. For a long time I'd have picked Nothing's Shocking but I listened to Ritual the other day after numerous years. The album is a rock masterpiece. Shocking does flow better overall, but Ritual is more experimental, epic, the guitar and drum work is sensational and the aforementioned Three Days is like four distinct songs weaved together into one amazing work of brilliance. It always carries enough power to justify its length, never gets dull and when it reaches it's peak near the end it's on the same level as Stairway to Heaven, at least imo. Indulgent in parts, to be sure, but the album is also melodic, raw, and nothing less than brilliant, the most valid musical statement from this band.

Hiro11
12-20-04, 08:51 AM
Ritual by a country mile, IMO. NS has a little too much filler-sounding stuff for me (the first three songs). However, Summertime Rolls and Ted, Just Admit It are tanfastic.

B.A.
12-21-04, 12:41 AM
Nothing's Shocking is the only one that I still I own -> that must mean something.

Josh H
12-21-04, 09:01 AM
Both are fantastic, but I give a slight edge to Nothing's Shocking.

GoVegan
12-21-04, 10:15 AM
No one's calling for Strays to be on the poll? Anyone???

*crickets chirping*

I'd probably say Nothing's Shocking, but it's a close race.

rexinnih
12-21-04, 10:18 AM
Both are good but Nothing's Shocking is better IMHO.

cdollaz
12-21-04, 10:19 AM
I like Ritual alot better. Some highs on Nothings Shocking, but also some significant lows.

RevLiver
12-21-04, 10:32 AM
Nothing's Shocking, easily. I like Ritual, but nowhere near as much as Shocking.