Up From The Catacombs

Up From The Catacombs

Up From The Catacombs

Up From The Catacombs, also known as Up From The Catacombs: The Best of Jane’s Addiction, is a compilation released by Warner Brothers Records and Rhino Records on September 19, 2006.  It is simply a compilation of previously released album tracks from the band’s three commercial albums.  While no rare material is included on this album, all tracks were remastered.  The album’s title comes from a line in the song Chip Away.

Alternate Versions:

The version of this album released by the BMG record club comes in a jewel case instead of the standard digipack and lacks the track Superhero.  The digital versions of this album also lacks the track Superhero.  Both of these instances are likely licensing issues with that song, although a more exact explanation is currently unknown.

Pre iTunes-Plus versions of the album included the music video for Been Caught Stealing and a PDF version of the album’s liner notes.

There are both “silverback” and CDR promo versions of this album.

Track Listings:

CD Versions:

  1. Stop!
  2. Ocean Size
  3. Whores
  4. Ted, Just Admit It…
  5. Ain’t No Right
  6. Had A Dad
  7. Superhero
  8. Been Caught Stealing
  9. Just Because
  10. Three Days
  11. I Would For You
  12. Classic Girl
  13. Summertime Rolls
  14. Mountain Song
  15. Pigs In Zen
  16. Jane Says (live)

Digital & BMG Versions:

  1. Stop!
  2. Ocean Size
  3. Whores
  4. Ted, Just Admit It…
  5. Ain’t No Right
  6. Had A Dad
  7. Been Caught Stealing
  8. Just Because
  9. Three Days
  10. I Would For You
  11. Classic Girl
  12. Summertime Rolls
  13. Mountain Song
  14. Pigs In Zen
  15. Jane Says (live)

Release Date: 09/19/2008
Released By:
Warner Brothers Records / Rhino Records
ID Number(s):
R2 73222
Medium(s): CD, iTunes, Amazon MP3, WMA, FLAC, Apple Lossless, 320k MP3
Time: 79:11 (CD), 75:12 (Digital & BMG)

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  1. Also, the original iTunes version had an additional file called an “Interactive Booklet.” It was a .mov file that sort of functioned, for a while at least, like a cross between a primitive version of the iTunes LP, a video and a digital booklet pdf.