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JANE’S ADDICTION

Live In NYC

(UMe)

Reviewed by : Aaron Small
Rating : 8.5

“Expect an orgy of musical and visual delights,” proclaims JANE’S ADDICTION vocalist Perry Farrell in reference to his band’s new DVD/CD, Blu-Ray, and double-LP vinyl, Live In NYC. While that statement is somewhat of an exaggeration, this 12-song concert, filmed at Terminal 5 in New York, NY in July 2011, begins with two girls dressed in black latex swinging from the ceiling. By the fourth song, ‘Ted, Just Admit It…’ guitarist Dave Navarro is shirtless; meanwhile always understated bassist Chris Chaney drives this spectacle with ease. 12 brilliant tunes spanning 79 highly enjoyable minutes, Live In NYC displays a great light show that transcends the entire venue; and it features the first ever on-stage performance of ‘Irresistible Force (Met The Immovable Object)’, from The Great Escape Artist. Adding to the ever-present theatrical flair, balloons fall from the rafters as confetti cannons fire during ‘Jane Says’. While it’s easy to yearn for deeper album tracks such as ‘Standing In The Shower… Thinking’ and ‘Idiots Rule’ - neither of which were aired on 2010’s Live Voodoo - arguing with these riveting renditions of ‘Ain’t No Right’ and ‘Been Caught Stealing’ would be asinine. And in the bonus interview, Farrell couldn’t be more accurate when he states, “American Idol is not the answer!”



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