History tells us Jane’s Addiction split up in 1991 due to much-discussed internal tensions, out-of-control drug use, and various other travails. But, during a fleeting solo interview a few days before the Culver Studios show, frontman Perry Farrell also blames the “whole vibe” of that time. “I mean, I was a punk-rock kid,” he tells San Diego CityBeat. “And I didn’t like the whole idea of people that were quote-unquote famous [in] pop culture. I just thought they were wankers.” Read more.