Jane's Addiction - Jane's Addiction
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Release date: 01 January 1987
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Jane's Addiction - Jane's Addiction: Wikipedia Album Entry
Released in 1987 on Triple X records, this is Jane's Addiction's debut album. It's primarily a live album and includes two covers: Sympathy for the Devil (Rolling Stones) and Rock-n-Roll (Velvet Underground).
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