I must disagree with the editorial review. This is the best "Jane's Addiction" album, but not by far, and if he thinks "Three Days" is overlong and bogged down, I suppose he thinks the same of Led Zeppelins "Stairway To Heaven", and The Doors "The End". Anyway, this would be my pick for "Jane's" best, though "Nothing's Shocking" is almost as mindblowing. It starts ironically with "Stop", which if a powerful song, musically and lyrically. The next three all rock, and "Been Caught Stealing" is of course the most popular. Then side two (or track 6), begins with the moving epic "Three Days". It's delicate, and heavy, and amazing, all at the same time. "Then She Did" and "Of Course" are good, of course. And it closes with the beautiful "Classic Girl". To me, this album is the epitome of "alternative", and "Jane's Addiction" probably kick-started the movement more than most other bands did. Easily 5 stars.