Jane's Addiction

Jane's Addiction

Led by the flamboyant, outspoken Perry Farrell, Jane's Addiction blended art-rock, punk, metal, funk and glam into music that was ambitious and utterly decadent. The group broke up during its peak of popularity in 1991, just after its appearance at the first Lollapalooza Tour, which Farrell organized. Farrell continued chasing his muse in Porno for Pyros and other projects and ultimately reunited with Jane’s Addiction, but he never again reached the critical or commercial success the band had in its prime.

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