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Perry Farrell Reveals How Foo Fighters Collaboration Came To Be

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Perry Farrell joined the Foo Fighters on stage at the Metro during Lollapalooza and tells us how the collaboration came to be. 9 more words

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Foo Fighters Perform Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song” With Perry Farrell In Chicago, IL

During a Lollapalooza afterparty show at the Metro in Chicago, IL, Foo Fighters were joined onstage by Perry Farrell for a performance of Jane’s Addiction‘s “Mountain Song.” Check out footage of that below:

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Lollapalooza Creator Talks New House Music Project

Perry Farrell, creator of Chicago’s Lollapalooza, will be working on a new project where EDM will be turned away. Farrell will attempt to bring back the psychedelic and meditative aspects of house music. 295 more words

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Jane's Addiction - Ritual De Lo Habitual Alive At 25 coming to Blu-ray, DVD, and CD on August 4

Rock Fuel Media, in association with Sonic Films, Cleopatra Records, and MVD Entertainment Group, is excited to announce the August 4th release of the state-of-the-art DVD, Blu-ray, audio CD and vinyl collection by legendary, multi-Platinum rockers Jane’s Addiction, called Ritual De Lo Habitual Alive At 25. 244 more words

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MILES OF ECHO: Chris Cornell

INTO THE VOID… NO SUCH THING

Face Pollution. Played on the radio this morning by Mary Anne Hobbs… emotional stuff, can’t explain why this one did it. 459 more words

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Best tunes of 1990: #26 Jane's Addiction "Stop!"

Señores y señoras… it’s Friday! A perfect day to unleash song number twenty-six: Jane’s Addiction’s “Stop!”

In the fall of 1990, my friends and I were still very much in love with the claustrophobic angst of Nine Inch Nails’ brilliant debut, “Pretty hate machine” and by then, we were all listening to Nitzer Ebb and Ministry and some of us, even Skinny Puppy. 437 more words

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Who were these assholes with Palpatine in "Return of the Jedi"?

This is the 13th post in a daily series. Read about it here and see the list of previous posts here. A new post about “Star Wars” will be posted every day for 40 days leading up to the franchise’s 40th birthday on May 25th. 473 more words

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