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Deconstruction - Deconstruction FLAC Performer: Deconstruction
Album: Deconstruction
Country: US
Released: 1994
Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock
Label: American Recordings
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: 9 45544-2
Size FLAC: 1082 mb.
Size MP3: 1991 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 474
Record Source: CD, Album




Tracklist


1One5:32
2America7:02
3Son3:07
4Iris4:40
5L.A. Song
Music By – B. Spickard, B. Carman, Navarro, Avery, Murphy
6:02
6Sleepyhead3:09
7Get At 'Em4:29
8That Is All1:10
9Fire In The Hole
Vocals – Gibby Haynes
5:52
10Big Sur5:41
11Hope3:49
12Kilo2:09
13Dirge
Music By – Navarro, Avery, Murphy, R. Champagne
5:53
14Wait For History6:03
15Single6:45


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
74321 24852 2Deconstruction Deconstruction ‎(CD, Album)American Recordings74321 24852 2Germany1994
9 45544-4Deconstruction Deconstruction ‎(Cass, Album)American Recordings9 45544-4US1994
noneDeconstruction Deconstruction ‎(Cass, Album, Promo)American RecordingsnoneUS1994


Credits


  • Art DirectionMartyn Atkins
  • Bass, Vocals [Vox]Eric Avery
  • Coordinator [Production Coordinator]Kristina Champagne
  • DesignDirk Walter, Martyn Atkins
  • DrumsMichael Murphy
  • EngineerMatthew Ellard
  • Executive-ProducerRick Rubin
  • Guitar, Vocals [Vox]Dave Navarro
  • Lyrics ByEric Avery
  • Mastered ByEddie Schreyer, Ron Champagne
  • Mixed ByRon Champagne
  • Music ByNavarro (tracks: 2 to 4, 6 to 15), Avery (tracks: 2 to 4, 6 to 15), Murphy (tracks: 2 to 4, 6 to 15)
  • Photography ByAmadeo
  • ProducerDeconstruction , Ron Champagne


Notes


Recorded and Mixed at Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Mastered at Future Disc

©℗1994 American Recordings


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 0 9362-45544-2 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 1 45544-2 SRC01 ARC M1 S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 1 45544-2 SRC01 M2S2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 1 45544-2 SRC01 M2S3
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): 1 45544-2 SRC01 M2S1


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – American Recordings
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – American Recordings
  • Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Recorded At – Cherokee Studios
  • Mixed At – Cherokee Studios
  • Mastered At – Future Disc


Album


Deconstruction is the only record released by the band of the same name, consisting of guitarist Dave Navarro and bassist Eric Avery from Jane's Addiction, plus drummer Michael Murphy. They wrote the album soon after splitting from Jane's Addiction, the other half of which went on to form Porno for Pyros around the same time. The executive producer was Rick Rubin. It charted at number 31 on the US Heatseekers album charts, on August 6, 1994. Deconstruction Full Album. First and only self titled album from the band Deconstruction 1994. More Info : 1 L. Song - 0:00 Alternative Rock Alternative Metal. Deconstruction US. Songs in album Deconstruction US - Deconstruction 1994. Deconstruction US - L. Deconstruction US - Single. Deconstruction US - Get At 'Em. Deconstruction US - Iris. Deconstruction US - Dirge. Deconstruction US - Fire In The Hole. Deconstruction US - Son. Deconstruction US - Big Sur. Deconstruction US - Hope. Deconstruction US - One. Деконструкция by Quok, OY74, released 20 May 2016 1. Не Было 2. В Поисках Красоты 3. База Приeм. If you like Деконструкция , you may also like: Cusp by Man Rei. Bandcamp New & Notable Jun 18, 2020. go to album. A Sacrifice Shall Be Made, All The Wicked Scenes by Piotr Kurek. Polish and Chinese musicians meet under the direction of composer Piotr Kurek on these mesmerizing pieces, composed for theater. Bandcamp New & Notable Jun 9, 2020. The end result is less an album than a collection of sessions and explorations, sometimes comparing favorably and sometimes not to the original group the two made their names with. Avery handles the majority of singing, and while he wisely doesn't try to create a knockoff of the patented Farrell whine and howl, his often staccato speak-singing isn't always the best of substitutes. Listen free to Deconstruction Deconstruction L. Song, Single and more. 15 tracks 71:13. Deconstruction is a project name and alias of the Electronic artist FXU who created the track 'Perfect Vision' which currently appears on several Chill Out Compilations. Deconstruction is also the acclaimed alternativeprogressiveindie rock band and eponymous album in 1994 spearheaded by bassist Eric Avery, following his departure from Jane's Addiction and namely, Perry Farrell. He is also joined by Jane's guitarist Dave Navarro. Deconstruction Deconstruction album. For other uses, see Deconstruction Devin Townsend Project album. They wrote the album soon after splitting from Jane's Addiction, the other half of which went on to form Porno for Pyros at the same time. Track listing. Released July 12, 1994. Deconstruction Tracklist. Song Deconstruction - Eels. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Deconstruction. Исполнитель: Eels. 2018 alternative


Video


Awesome album by ex-Jane's Addiction bassist Eric Avery and guitarist Dave Navarro.
After Jane's Addiction broke up in 1991, many people wondered what would happen with such talent spread unto 4 individual parts...and the answer revealed itself quickly, in 1993, Perry Farrell and Stephen Perkins came out with an album of new songs called "Porno For Pyros", the band was received with radio airplay and mainstream appeal, although critics were not that enthusiastic about the new sound Perry was bringing along.

Well, in 1994 the other counterpart of Jane's (Bassist Eric Avery, and guitarist Dave Navarro) recruited Michael Murphy on drums and released a project under the name "Deconstruction". The record seemed to go through the exact opposite "Porno For Pyros" did, they received minimal air and MTV play, but critics' reviews were far more optimistic, not to mention the cult fan base this gained over the years, and it's a well deserved one, as this is an utterly unique and mind blowing record, few times I've heard something as good as this.

Another admirable fact about this, is that this was released for the hell of it, proof is that when the band was about to release their only recorded effort a British band of the same name sought to legally stop Eric Avery and company from using the name "Deconstruction", but dropped threats of legal action when they were assured the Californian trio's album would be a one-off project, how do you like that? and it's still a crazy good album.

This is kinda like the heart and soul of Jane's but taken to a whole new level, don't expect nothing that sounds even remotely like Jane's Addiction, this is filled with psychedelic passages and unique song structures, the lyrics may not make a lot of sense, but if you just focus on the lyrics you are missing the point of this record. With Eric Avery's haunting and melancholic vocals, what may be Navaro's finest performance yet, and simple but appropriate drumming courtesy of newcomer Michael Murphy, it becomes evident that the trio surely transcended into something worthwhile. This is surely millions of steps ahead of it's era of release.

Highly Recommended.
Top 5 favorite albums of all time. Navarro really shines on this.
Bassists always draw the shortest straw from fans of the bands they are in, Kids In The Hall famously chided the bass player in one of their many memorable sketches. People go to shows and sort of gloss over where this member is playing, he or she is often referred to as "whatshis/her face on bass". Eric Avery often got that sort of treatment during his tenure in Jane's Addiction, overshadowed by Perry, Dave and even Stephen in just about every video they made or interview they did. On album it was a much much different story. Consider for a moment songs like "Ted, Just Admit It", "Mountain Song" or their breakout hit "Been Caught Stealing" without him, not really worth contemplating is it? If you're still unconvinced about how integral that "other member" is then consider a Curve without Dean Garcia, a Cure without Simon Gallup, a Bauhaus without David J or a Japan without Mick Karn.

Pretty worthless, aren't they. I won't even get into New Order trying to limp on without Peter Hook. The elevated blood pressure just isn't worth it. Suffice to say it's a money grab and nothing more, enjoy your record.

With the wreckage of Jane's in the rear-view mirror, two camps emerged from the rubble. One became Pornos For Pyros and enjoyed quite a bit of success with their first album and serious confusion from the public in response to their second. The other were the band who made the record in question here and what a record it is. It is an oversimplification to say this but Deconstruction's one release is the best LP Jane's Addiction never made and though only one track on here, "Big Sur"(a gorgeous, yet isolated region of California where much of this sprawling creation originated from) even sounds remotely familiar, if Perry and Stephen had been on board then this would have cemented their reputation for all time.

As it stood, most Jane's fans weren't too enthralled by what was going on with Eric and Dave's baby. The guitars were a veritable labyrinth to get lost in while Avery's bass and monotone sing/speak vocals contrasted like oil to water; all of this was anchored by Michael Murphy's (Dream 6) more than competant contributions from behind the kit. Somehow this worked and it worked well enough to compel them to release a single and even a video for "L.A. Song". Don't feel bad if you didn't see it, MTV probably only aired it two or three times; there wasn't any swank premiere on 120 Minutes and to date I have read exactly one (1!) interview with the band and it only appeared after they'd split up.

The fifteen songs making up their debut finale did not follow the verse/chorus approach of standard rock music, things trailed off and time signatures became heroic. "Single" perfectly sums up how the dating scene worked via personal ads (internet dating was a long way off, kids) with Eric coldly listing off details people threw out to attract the perfect mate before lapsing into the aftermath of what you youngsters so love to seek out: the hookup. "One" concludes with a harmonized guitar assault which must have utilized every single cabinet Dave Navarro possesed. Its no exaggeration to state that his playing was at it's absolute zenith on this album. The riffs are vicious and the tones so spot on I'm still shaking my head 21 years later at how unremarked and unloved Deconstruction's one record remains. Oh, and get this, some of the drums were loops (gasp) while a few songs contained field recordings of the natural surroundings... B-b-but rock records aren't supposed to do that!

Oh the humanity.

"That Is All" surely has to be Eric Avery's last statement on the subject of why Jane's fell apart and how he feels about it, not that anyone was asking him (or Navarro) for details. No, the press would save those questions for when Dave joined the Chili Peppers the following year. This brings us to the concluding remark: why did they vanish after just the one release. Navarro wanted to tour the album and Avery wasn't interested in doing so, thus they went their separate ways -insert Journey reference here- and haven't done another album together since. But the door remains open and my fingers are staying crossed.