Jane Doe

Release date
10 Jan 2012
Running length
12 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Concubine 1:19 102,232
2 Fault and Fracture 3:05 88,463
3 Distance and Meaning 4:17 78,409
4 Hell to Pay 4:31 76,875
5 Homewrecker 3:51 78,482
6 The Broken Vow 2:13 81,134
7 Bitter and Then Some 1:27 72,095
8 Heaven in Her Arms 4:00 72,847
9 Phoenix in Flight 3:48 66,659
10 Phoenix in Flames 0:42 66,090
11 Thaw 4:17 66,696
12 Jane Doe 11:34 62,658

About this album

Jane Doe is the fourth album by American hardcore band Converge. It was released September 4, 2001 through EQUAL VISION RECORDS. The album is credited as Converge’s best and has received many positive ratings and much critical acclaim for the band’s musical style, lyrics and the album’s artwork. Jane Doe was highly successful. Terrorizer Magazine awarded the record Album of the Year status in 2001. “The album’s lyrical themes were born out of a dissolving relationship and the emotional fallout from that experience” - Jacob Bannon

In January 2007, Decibel magazine certified the album number 35 in the “Decibel Hall of Fame”, and later named it the best album of the ’00s. J. Bennett writes that “Jane Doe was both a semi-melodic milestone (“Hell to Pay”, “Thaw”, the title track) and a discordant landmark (everything else), far and away the most crucial metallic hardcore record since Cave In unleashed Until Your Heart Stops three years earlier”, while Kerrang! stated “With feral blasting, extreme technicality, intense emotion and an overwhelmingly bleak tone… awe-inspiring listening experience…”
On June 11, 2010, Sputnikmusic deemed Jane Doe the best album of the decade, earning the #1 spot on its top 100 albums of the decade list.

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