Up from the Catacombs: The Best of Jane's Addiction
Download links and information about Up from the Catacombs: The Best of Jane's Addiction by Jane'S Addiction. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:14:59 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Heavy Metal, Alternative|
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|4.||Ted, Just Admit It...||7:23|
|5.||Ain't No Right||2:44|
|6.||Had a Dad||3:45|
|7.||Been Caught Stealing||3:34|
|10.||I Would for You||3:53|
|14.||Pigs In Zen||4:32|
“Been Caught Stealing,” Jane’s Addiction’s biggest mainstream hit, introduced many to the California band’s countercultural philosophy: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, in this case via shoplifting. It’s hilarious, and not just because of the video, with its turkey-swiping crossdresser. As Up From the Catacombs demonstrates, JA’s blend of metal guitars (Dave Navarro), punk attitude, and the general embrace of a slightly blurry “alternative” wasn’t always so bright. Collecting tracks from four studio LPs and a revamped “Jane Says” from the Kettle Whistle grab bag, the set captures many of Perry Farrell’s lyrical brainstorms matched with what was at its best a very powerful sonic blend. “Had a Dad” bemoans life under an apparently empty sky, while “Ted, Just Admit It” is Farrell’s overblown statement on a violent society. (“Ted” is Bundy, the serial killer who was still awaiting execution when the song was recorded.) Catacombs draws largely on a pre-Nevermind moment, but finds the quartet’s ethos still exciting. Turn it up.