Alice in Chains, AC/DC, Green Day and More Have Albums Turning 25 in 2015

Image Courtesy of Columbia Records2014 marked the 25th anniversary of seminal rock albums like Nirvana's Bleach and Pixies' Doolittle. 2015 looks to be equally well-stocked with albums hitting the quarter-century mark.  Here's a rundown:

Alice in Chains released their debut album, Facelift, in 1990. The album featured the single "Man in the Box," and was twice-certified platinum.

AC/DC began the nineties with The Razor's Edge, which gave the world a new sports anthem in "Thunderstruck," and gave the band its first top five appearance on the Billboard 200 since 1981's For Those About to Rock We Salute You.

Green Day made its full-length album debut 25 years ago with 39/Smooth. The band's first-ever release, the EP 1,000 Hours, turned 25 in 2014, which made Billie Joe Armstrong and company eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Primus also made its studio full-length debut in 1990 with Frizzle Fry, featuring the single "John the Fisherman."

Jane's Addiction released its sophomore album, Ritual de lo habitual, 25 years ago this year. The record is remembered for explicit cover, which featured both male and female nudity, and for its singles "Stop!" and "Been Caught Stealing."

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