Jane’s Addiction Missed The Boat

Drug-fueled animosity ended Jane’s Addiction’s initial five-year run in 1991, just as the genre was yielding multimillion-selling acts such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Seattle “grunge” bands Soundgarden and Nirvana. “We were half a step away from the ‘greatest American rock band,”‘ singer Perry Farrell told Reuters. “I wish I could have figured out a way to be more mature … I was basically slamming dope and then going on stage. That’s a very immature life, if you think about it.”

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