Deconstruction (Deconstruction album)

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Deconstruction
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Studio album by Deconstruction
Released July 12, 1994
Recorded 1993 - 1994
Genre Alternative rock, experimental rock
Length 71:13
Label American Recordings
Producer Deconstruction, Ron Champagne
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Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

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 at the same time. The executive producer was Rick Rubin.

Track listing[edit]

  1. L.A. Song - 6:02
  2. Single - 6:45
  3. Get at 'Em - 4:29
  4. Iris - 4:40
  5. Dirge - 5:53
  6. Fire in the Hole - 5:52
  7. Son - 3:07
  8. Big Sur - 5:41
  9. Hope - 3:49
  10. One - 5:32
  11. America - 7:02
  12. Sleepyhead - 3:09
  13. Wait for History - 6:03
  14. That Is All - 1:10
  15. Kilo - 2:09

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