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Album: Doubt
# Song Title   Time
1)    Trust Me
2)    Who? Where? Why?
3)    International Bright Young Thing
4)    I'm Burning
5)    Right Here, Right Now
6)    Nothing to Hold Me
7)    Real, Real, Real
8)    Welcome Back Victoria
9)    Two and Two
10)    Stripped
11)    Blissed
 

Album: Doubt
# Song Title   Time
1)    Trust Me
2)    Who? Where? Why?
3)    International Bright Young Thing
4)    I'm Burning
5)    Right Here, Right Now
6)    Nothing to Hold Me
7)    Real, Real, Real
8)    Welcome Back Victoria
9)    Two and Two
10)    Stripped
11)    Blissed
 
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Performer Notes
  • Producers: Mike Edwards, Andy Ross, Martyn Phillips.
  • Engineers: Clive Goddard, Martyn Phillips.
  • Principally recorded in London, England in May 1990.
  • Audio Mixers: Ian Curnow; John Fryer; Phil Harding.
  • Recording information: London, England (05/1990).
  • Photographer: Simon Fowler .
  • Following their debut album, Jesus Jones released a pair of singles in 1990, "Right Here, Right Now" and "Real, Real, Real," which lifted them into the realm of superstardom, in the United States anyway. At home in England, they were grouped in with the so-called "grebo" movement--scruffy young men playing speedy pop songs shot through with humor and adolescent ennui--which consisted of bands like the Wonder Stuff, Ned's Atomic Dustbin, and Pop Will Eat Itself, all of which had devout followings throughout Europe. With "Right Here, Right Now," Jesus Jones secured their place in pop history, albeit as one-hit wonders.
  • This is a shame, though, as DOUBT, the band's second album, is full of good tracks, among them "International Bright Young Thing," where a hyped-up, shuffling beat gives structure to peals of guitar shrapnel. "Welcome Back Victoria" is a strange, moody track built on a vaguely Eagles-like acoustic guitar line, and sinister, swirling metallic samples, while "Are You Satisfied?" in perfecting the band's "throw it in the blender" approach of their first album, is easily DOUBT's best track. Also of note is "Stripped," a grueling industrial dance workout that substantially improves on Nine Inch Nails' early work.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (3/21/91) - 3.5 Stars - Good Plus - "...At a time when genre mixing often smacks of trendiness, Jesus Jones offers a whole that is definitely more than the sum of its parts.."

Musician (4/91) - "..Forget Manchester, this is the future of English rock.."
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