Sunday, May 03, 2009

there are some days, and i hope you have all have as many as possible, that are entirely unlike the rest. my problem has never been that life got too dramatic for me; bad or good. it is that sometimes i let life get uneventful for long enough that it no longer seems important. that life doesnt seem important. therefore time just quietly tics by. this is not one of those days and this is about to be a time that doesnt do anything quietly. must finish packing. let it begin...

126 comments:

Anonymous said...

yes let begin man!

Anonymous said...

yes let it begin man!

Anonymous said...

ok Eric at lot of people is waiting for you to make some of our time in life eventful! so lets go! and thanks again for saying yes to Jane´s.

JMP

Anonymous said...

Good luck to you bro, I hope this venture brings you some great positive memories

Anonymous said...

...memories after your through

DIS said...

have a wonderful time. i hope to catch a show in the nw. i didn't expect this tour to ever happen but i'm glad that jane's is really back together.

Anonymous said...

I am totally psyched that not only are Jane's playing and touring again, but you're making the long trek down to Australia. I never thought you'd be making it down here and am eternally grateful that you have included us in your touring plans.

Looking forward to seeing you play in July.

Much thanks...

Daniel (and the rest of the Aussie fans)

Anonymous said...

Eric, thank you. thank you. thank you. Be well.

TOG said...

thank you so much Eric. You inspired me in many ways.

Anonymous said...

thank god for perry

Anonymous said...

"my problem has never been that life got too dramatic for me; bad or good. it is that sometimes i let life get uneventful for long enough that it no longer seems important."

=lazy butt

JM said...

Unfortunately I live way too far to catch a show from you guys.

I want to wish you the best of lucks, and when things get rough always keep in mind that everyone's process since 1991 has led them to where/what/how they are now, including yourself. And time has proved that you made the right choices, you did things for yourself, for your family, you fought with and for yourself. Your instincts and your thoughts have guided you correctly, in spite of all the struggle.

What I mean is: follow yourself, you know damn well how to guide you :)

Take care on the road, man... best wishes!

JM

matt volpe said...

Hey Eric,

I can understand what you mean when you say one can let life become uneventful to the point where life doesn't seem important. I've experienced that on a small scale when I've been between my music projects or film/tv ones. Days and hours seems to go on forever when things are stagnent creatively for me. On the flip side, though, my family life keeps me extremely busy in a great way, so that's cool and keeps life for me interesting.

But it sounds like you will have plenty of meteoric events to keep you busy in the days ahead. I wish nothing but the best for you on the road with Jane's- some quality time playing the bass, hanging with friends and feelings of utter joy and fulfillment knowing that you personally are making millions of people extremely happy that you are once again rocking out in one of the world's greatest bands that ever graced the stage. See you in NJ!

Best, Matt

bangoskank said...

EA-
schools's out man, have a great summer. many would envy your travel plans and adventures, will catch several shows in the otherwise boring midwest.

Chris (C. Brian) said...

EA,

Thank you, boys!

Wish I could catch the show @ Santa Barbara County Bowl (birthplace).

Since, though, I now reside in MidWest, it's looking like Noblesville, IN or Lolla.

Here's to tinnitus.

Anonymous said...

spend ones afternoon in the hotel room, draw the curtains and embrace the darkness into the coffin, away from the light

Anonymous said...

^
Thanks for creeping everybody out, weirdo. LOL.

Anonymous said...

Hey it's Ginev-Belated happy birthday and wishes for an amazing tour.Me and the kids hope to catch it at Verizon in Irvine. Love you Bear...P.S. You were NEVER an "unremarkable" young man!!

Anonymous said...

common guys give us something exciting they same old set lists are tiring my body

Anonymous said...

same old songs different day different day old songs sound the same. please change the set list and KICK US IN THE ASS ERIC!

mice elf said...

Request for a dynamic set list
http://www.xiola.org/bored/viewtopic.php?f=43&t=13719

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to hear 50-year-old Perry pretending he means it while singing about finding fun with freaks and niggers. If this band meant anything then you should have continued to make music while you were relevant. Now it's just sad.

Anonymous said...

^ age (experience) makes people more relevant. Not less.

Every birthday is a stripe on the uniform of life. High Rankin' is the elderly.

Bet Perry seen/done some things in his 50 years worth singing about.

What is the expiration date on youth?

respect and kindess,
m

Anonymous said...

peRi in vElvEt liNgerIe oR it wOn't b jaNes

troll crusher said...

This is in reply to the troll who posted the quote below. So I guess its not ok for 60+ year old greats like roger waters, mick jagger and paul mccartney to sing rebellious songs they wrote in their youth either. Its sad you feel the urge to visit here as a guest and take a big dump.

"Can't wait to hear 50-year-old Perry pretending he means it while singing about finding fun with freaks and niggers. If this band meant anything then you should have continued to make music while you were relevant. Now it's just sad."

Anonymous said...

True or False?

Q. Jane's Addiction are not afraid to take chances
A. False

Q. Perry Farrell puts Jane's Addiction in the same league as legendary Pink Floyd
A. True

Q. Jane's Addiction likes to play it safe and play the same tired songs over and over again at gigs
A. True

Q. Jane's Addiction is a dynamic music group
A. False

Q. Jane's Addiction are highly cohesive and productive entity
A. False

Q. Jane's Addicton is an ego driven band
A. True

I said...

If JA are running out of songs to play, why not bust out some covers?

bangoskank said...

i'm not sure where the complaints are coming from, has there been a large enough base of shows to really have an idea what the setlists will look like or if they are the same from one show to the next? As far as covers, excluding Bobhaus, wouldn't you think the band would have enough songs of their own to be able to come up with something fresh from day to day? I agree, seeing the same setlists like the last reunion would be stagnant, then again those shows were only Jane's in name, w/ EA back in the fold I'm sure there will be more energy in keeping it fresh, not only for the audience, but for the band. I hope the boys dig deep and bring back "Obvious". Played live it really captures EA and Stephen as the backbone of Jane's, setting a nice plate for Perry and Dave.

I'll protect you said...

"I think they're really good," Farrell tells Billboard.com. He calls one, "Embrace the Darkness," "a festival anthem," while "I'll Protect You" is about a pair of runaways whose paths cross.

Lol. The lyrics have yet to be revealed but Eric, there's still time to save face and convince Perry to change those cheesy titles. I have a feeling this is what the fighting in the studio was about. Eric writes thought provoking classy lyrics and Perry gives us cheese now(Satellite Party lyrics). I hope these don't turn out to be on the level of "Bring The Mood", the Strays outtake-horrible but I'm afraid they will. If Dave, Perkins and Eric could all agree on various points you three could overide Perry. 3 against 1

NYMOUS said...

Just let tour begin and them will see about the new stuff...people keep forgeting this is the first proper tour with Eric A. since 1991
Great!

But I would like that songs like Obvious,Of Course, Idiots Rule and Classic Girl are played on a regular basis on the tour set list...maybe they will..who knows.

TOTAL surprise would be Slowdivers and Ripple!

I said...

"I'll protect you" is Strays era "Cling to You" with different lyrics

VRIL said...

It baffles me why they tried to write IN the studio. Doesn't make sense. One would have thought they would write in Perk's garage and RECORD in Trent's studio. I hope Avery, Navarro and Perkins can hang and write some good shit between the 3 of them on this tour. If it doesn't happen now it never will

OU812 said...

on this tour dave and eric will buddy up as they always have. stephen will tag along with eric and dave 1/2 of the time, the rest of his time will be spent hitting the pipe and playing drums.
perry will be playing the skin flute. spanking it in his private limo.

Anonymous said...

If they're gonna play covers I vote for Led Zeppelin - "That's The Way"

matt volpe said...

Rock hard tonight Eric, you earned it baby! Best, Matt

bangoskank said...

Stumbled across a recent interview w/ Dave. Good info about what the setlists will look like and his general feelings about the tour/box set/ having EA back in the fold.

http://www.azcentral.com/thingstodo/music/169987316587

Anonymous said...

thanks for the interview link. I'm glad dave is the first person to address this issue. let me shout a big "yes" to those songs they've closeted since the early days. they are
slow divers
of course
my time
i would for you
then she did
classic girl
kettle whistle
ripple
obvious

we need them dave. yes we need them, thank you

Dave: Having said that, we really have three full-length albums to choose from, so we pretty much learned everything we ever did and have it at the ready. We're a band that likes to switch things up from night to night. You never really know what's gonna poke its head out and where that's gonna happen because we don't know. But the good news is that we have all the songs in good form and ready to go if we ever need them.

Bmc said...

I don't know about them two new song titles! They sound a bit to literal! Early song titles sounded mysterious and enigmatic

Anonymous said...

well lets see what the setlist is all about tonight.

Wish and bet for "Up the Beach" as an opener...what a great song to start a Jane´s concert man!

Brooke said...

I liked it when Eric smiled while on stage at NME. That made me happy. Happy day to you all

Anonymous said...

fire in the belly! hit us hard 2nite!

Anonymous said...

TAKE OFF THAT SHIRT AND SHOW US YOUR MUSCLES AVERY

http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f310/flicker_fade/photo.jpg

Anonymous said...

100 bucks for a 60 min show, thanks JA

Anonymous said...

Set list is looking better this time round

Three Days
Pig's In Zen
Then She Did

:>)

Anonymous said...

1% !!!!!!!!!

PearlGem said...

I just wanted to say THANKS for bringing JA back to FL tonight - I realize it was a collective effort but I happened to come across your blog so you're "it" :) Anyway, your performance tonight in WPB was fucking GREAT and I'm now convinced I need to find a bass player to marry haha. See ya'll tomorrow in Tampa! Thanks Eric!

Anonymous said...

Hi Eric, just watched "Three Days" on Youtube, and the band sounds great,... only Perry is not singing his lungs out...looks like if he does his lungs will blow up...like hes afraid of losing his voice...if I´m wrong please tell him to scream the lyrics man!

Great moment for Jane´s anyway.

J said...

Eric, I hope you're having a blast.

What a thing to be able to do in one's lifetime!

Enjoy!

Hunch said...

Perry's starting show signs of a stiff, hunched posture and senile dementia likely due to prolonged drug and alcohol neuorotoxicity.

Progressive degeneration of dopaminergic neurons in the basal ganglia. Granted the brains lesions are probably not quite large enough yet to cause the severe hunch like that of Ozzy Osborne or typical patient with parkinsons disease but it is cause for concern.

The formation and continuation of a band named Satellite Party is the biggest sign of senile dementia we've seen thus far.

Don't you agree lhr?

Anonymous said...

You're on crack, they played 1% and Then She Did. The band is better than eva. The cool Perry is back from the gay land of Strays

Karma Chameleon said...

I am impressed how much NIN mixed up their setlist from last nite. They're smokin

Anonymous said...

lhr

i am hunched over spread for you karmic queen

Anonymous said...

lhr

I just liked my finger and shoved it back in my ass

Anonymous said...

Last time I watched Jane's live in person was relapse in 1997 and there were at least 2 pretty dancers up there with them. I couldn't put my finger on what is missing from this current go around and that is it. I wanna see some tits and ass shaking up there that is a show. And no I don't mean Perry's 35 year old wife

meopta said...

It was beyond great to see you back, hope you find rewards in it, you are appreciated.

Conesuela said...

Eric Avery,

What brand-model acoustic guitars were you and Dave playing last night? SOunded sweet!
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

mY eYes r glUed 2 peri's taiL and hIs BIG pp. i sAw iT geT hARd

Anonymous said...

I am starting to really like Trent Reznor and his gameplan.

Trent: "Regarding the NIN/JA tour:
It was my idea, decision and job to convince all parties (from my own band to Janes') to play before JA. Here is why. We've become tired of the "formal", very structured LITS - type production and way of presenting the band. The idea of walking onstage as the sun is about to set and play a bunch of unexpected material that's exciting for us to play without the bogged-down, flashy production appeals to me. You get to see us in a way you haven't before. Yes, it's different. Yes, the set lists will amaze some and bum-out many others. Everyone had ample opportunities to see LITS, and that era is over. We play our set leading you into the evening bathed in only white light in a physically tight setup, then Jane's come out in full color and openness. The challenge for us is greater, the set feels much riskier (especially with the challenging flow of the set lists I'm making) and that makes it exciting and valid for us.
The NIN/JA tour is generally geared more towards the hardcore NIN fan. We're not trying to play the greatest hits - we've done that over and over. Don't expect the same shit every night - that's why I relaxed the camera / recording policy. You'll likely be able to find what you want out there somewhere, from wherever. I'm treating these last shows as individual, finite, precious events that I'm sure will result in some polarization of your responses."

Anonymous said...

NIN rotating most their selection sets a new standard. Wow!

Anonymous said...

To anyone that knows or is a diehard fan of NIN;

What was the set list on their the last show?

Sorry to disagree but Perry´s voice is low and the songs are structure to his voice tempo...that is no big deal but you can not deny that.

I´m not trying to set a age issue cause a lot of 50 or near 50 year old´s lead singers still sing like in their 30 or 20...Robert Smith, Morrisey,Eddie Vedder,Patton,Cornell,Peter Murphy...etc.

You can sing better Perry.

If you can do something about it ....???

Eric loose the T-shirt so it´s looks more of an early Jane´s on stage.

Thanks Eric and Jane´s for the tour!!

1991 the year MTV fuck punk rock. said...

About Tampa´s show "Been caught stealing" on youtube

disgustipatedone

some asshole tried to make a mosh pit during this song somewhere down there to the right of you during their set like a drunken idiot and he ended up elbowing me in the face/collar bone and my boyfriend stuck him in the face 4 times. then we had to run opposite ways in order to escape these asshole friends of the fatass drunk who wanted to crush our skulls.... exciting times. I'll always love Jane's, always and forever.

Reply;

Mudget

there probably should be a mosh pit for jane's. can't imagine them without one, actually. nothing more depressing than seeing a bunch of fat, balding people standing still and pumping their fist for an hour of fucking jane's addiction.

sorry you got clobbered tho. that's not the kind of moshing i'm talking about

end.


Don´t know why the pit is not on now on a Jane´s show.....here´s some reasons

1) High tickets prices so punks can not get in

2) Too many old nerds that wanted to be in Jane´s back in the day and now have the chance and money..plus now it´s save to go.

3) It has become inevitable Jane´s is now a save rock band with a save "rock audience" ... for my part that is not cool.

Suicidal Tendencies, Circle Jerks...still not save punks bands...you can get robbed and the pit is on with loaded on drugs kids..that is what was exticing about Jane´s audiences ...of course besides the music which is a BIG deal.

It´s great that they are playing now but its not the same....The Iphones dudes really piss me off..how can you pay 200 bucks for a ticket to "film" every time a "hit" comes along....you are there to FEEL with your own senses!!

Sorry Eric since you got in the band again I thought a Jane´s reunion would be more radical than this...and now realized Dave and Perry push away all the radical Jane´s fans in a period of 18 years

1991 the year MTV fuck punk rock.

eq said...

hate to break it to you but nine inch nails are untouchable. they are blowing JA out of the water with totally different sets every evening so far. JA are gonna have to push the envelope hard if they want to match that. 60min is not going to cut it neither are the same list of songs every night

Anonymous said...

"Dave: we really have three full-length albums to choose from, so we pretty much learned everything we ever did and have it at the ready. We're a band that likes to switch things up from night to night"

lol. Was Dave being sarcastic? Other than 1 or 2 different songs the set has largely remained the same since La Cita. Perry is barking out orders for basically the same songs every night because his tiny brain has a difficult time remembering lyrics

Anonymous said...

Jane's might be saving some surprises for the tour, as it progresses, since everything gets out on youtube instantly.

More likely, the band, or at least certain members, are just too rigid and afraid to go even a little bit outside of their comfort zone. It's weird, really. I can't quite understand, especially when nin is there, with such a dynamic set from show-to-show.

Eric, please take some risks. We don't care if you guys feel something is under-rehearsed or something - just give us something spontaneous and unexpected.

Anonymous said...

Jane's might be saving some surprises for the tour, as it progresses, since everything gets out on youtube instantly.

More likely, the band, or at least certain members, are just too rigid and afraid to go even a little bit outside of their comfort zone. It's weird, really. I can't quite understand, especially when nin is there, with such a dynamic set from show-to-show.

Eric, please take some risks. We don't care if you guys feel something is under-rehearsed or something - just give us something spontaneous and unexpected.

Anonymous said...

^
So nice
I said it twice!

Evan said...

Here are some pretty good pics I took at the Tampa show. Thanks for the music.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/29039085@N00/sets/72157617887767707/

Anonymous said...

JA old and in the way

Anonymous said...

how bad is Perry's injury?

Will the next few shows be cancelled?

Anonymous said...

I hope they gave Perry some morphine for pain to turn to pleasure like the old days

Anonymous said...

Its the age factor. Rigid and set in their ways probably

Anonymous said...

No. nine inch nails are about the same age and they have the right idea about sets. Kick ass

Anonymous said...

What nin are doing switching out songs like they are is revolutionary for a mainstream touring band

ZEPHVIOLENT said...

well eric ticket prices are ridiculous in sacramento i waited forever to see you in this band, i didnt see janes with flea although i love flea but thats not janes addiction, so hope you have some great memories of this tour cause i surely will miss it. "dissapointed"

Hippiefried said...

Many thanx for playing summertime! We love them hippie-ish tunes

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UD-uIJBbHvg Ocean Size from Tampa

Anonymous said...

Avery prefers to leave the shirt on when he's underneath the stage lights fingering his bass guitar. Taking it off might attract the unwanted attention of females, and he's married. Thats a no no.

Anonymous said...

lhr

serious question. which do you like the most, sodomy, beastiality or douchebaggery?

Anonymous said...

Fuck, Eric, that last show really came together!

I was skeptical as hell, but I just saw some fresh vids and that shit blew my mind.

Can you guys maintain that calibre of performance, or do even better?! I am very excited to find out for myself.

You can win over the complainers (well, most of them) with that level of energy and feeling.

I still hope there're some deeper cuts thrown in, but it was great to hear Summertime Rolls, and, fuck, you guys were on fire. Was there some consensus within the band that this was a killer show?

Thank you, good sir.

lyseric acid said...

Request for encore. Pretty please

Summertime rolls
I would for You
My time

Thanks

Anonymous said...

How about the menacing tribal drums of Kettle Whistle (old skewl version, not cd).

Video Rahim said...

Video of Perry hurting his leg.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOo9PvzrHA8

Anonymous said...

lhr

my third leg is hurt. can u come make it feel better

Anonymous said...

Great work! Can't wait to see you guys!!

Anonymous said...

lhr

what is your opinion on ass sniffing?

Anonymous said...

since NME, Atlanta was the best by far. Best set of songs, best performance. These gigs with NIN are way better than the club dates too. Thank you very much.

lhr said...

I like to suck it up

Anonymous said...

this kind of explains all

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wteiuxyqtoM&feature=PlayList&p=798D89C5A28E344F&index=2

einstein

r&k
Mike

Anonymous said...

lhr

Now we are talking you horny beyotch!

Anonymous said...

lhr

filling your ass with nasty man goo

Pixie said...

^
That was really disgusting.
You need to think about getting multiple electric shock treatments to help cure your homosexual urges

Anonymous said...

Eric,
why not get a flight city to city and book a hotel? i would hate the bus rides unless they were less than a few hours

Of course said...

Wish I knew when JA might be playing "Of Course". I would arrange a direct flight to that gig immediately. I'm not joking

Skip said...

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wyld_flowers@hotmail.com

peace out

Anonymous said...

naked bongos?

skip said...

Clothing is optional, tambourine is fine 2 ;)
Also looking for a kind hearted gypsy dancer for our caravan.

peace

Anonymous said...

What is the best thing about being a woman?

child birth,
being able to use our feminine wiles to get what we want,
dominating men,
multiple orgasms,
laughing/crying w/ our girlfriends,
being able to wear a thong and pull it off....lol I love being a woman!
I am woman, hear me roar!!!

mother ocean said...

Thank you guys for adding these since El Cid

Three Days
Pigs In Zen
Then She Did...
Summertime Rolls

But there's so much more in your catalog left out! I think you know which ones I'm thinking of.
Please don't hide them from us Eric, Dave, Perry and Perk. We need aLL them classics resurected.
The puzzle is not yet complete. Please help in the missing pieces

ciao

Anonymous said...

Perry cums out dress'd like sum Peter Pan gigolo [with a bad fro] and Eric looks like he just finished mowing the lawn b4 he got on stage. Ha---That is sum funny shit!

leaked said...

.For anyone curious.
about Jane's Addiction.
.leaked song.
zshare.net/audio/60078310821d2d85/

Anonymous said...

On the 2007 Satellite Party tour, Perry Farrell promised to dig into the vault as far back as Psi Com and play the really good stuff from Jane's and Porno. It never happened. Don't expect much more than what they've been playing these last few shows. They would never ever be capable of pulling off what Trent Reznor has been doing for the fans. Trent is delivering the goods and the goodies for the diehard fans, Jane's are delivering the greatest hits.

"He promised the world and but only handed us the weeds"

Anonymous said...

"...handed us the weeds"?

Jane's are playing a huge chunk of their catalogue. You're calling "Three Days" and "Then She Did" weeds?

Jane's has a few more things they could play, and I'm sure at least a couple additional tunes will trickle out. Why play it all at once? In this day of instant video, they've got to save a couple of things. You don't just blow your load the first time out.

Cold Day in Hell said...

A perusal of all the available set lists from 1986-present
reveals the following songs were predictably played almost every show!

Ocean Size
Ain't No Right
Stop
Jane Says
Mountain Song
Ted, Just Admit It

The following songs, some would argue the best they had to offer, were played on occasion when it amused them. But most of the time were sadly neglected. In addition, they NEVER were played all in one show together:

Of Course
Kettle Whistle
My time
Obvious
Slow divers
Ripple

This is sad.

source
http://janesaddiction.org/tour/

Anonymous said...

"I was at the albuquerque NM show and it was pretty good. Perry seemed to get really into it a few songs in. The first three were a little weak on his end. I love the guy and he has contributed so much to the scene over the years and I really wish he could tone down the cheese factor. He is starting to remind me of David Lee Roth post VH. Anyway, enough about that. It was excellent to see Eric with the band. He was solid. Perkins and Navarro were spot on and overall it was a great show. "
http://xiola.org/bored/viewtopic.php?f=47&t=13878&start=30

Anonymous said...

"leaked said...
.For anyone curious.
about Jane's Addiction.
.leaked song.
zshare.net/audio/60078310821d2d85/"

Nice! Thanks

Anonymous said...

Perry Farrell recently stated in an interview he admired the energy and enthusiasm of Paul McCartney at 2009 Coachella. Not just his age, that made a big impression on Farrell.
Paul McCartney is in his mid 60's and that motherfucker put on an amazing show for more than 2 1/2 hours long of classic tunes

Perry Farrell, if you admire the former Beatle so much lets see Jane's Addiction go for more than 70 minutes. Is that too much too ask?

http://www.signonsandiego.com/entertainment/street/2009/05/back_together_again_the_return.html

Anonymous said...

For anyone interested there is a pretty funny critique of the Phoenix show. A conversation between two critics about both NIN and Janes
check it
blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/
uponsun/2009/05/pointcounterpoint
_nine_inch_na.php


excerpt

Mike
"....I agree that Navarro seems to have aged better than the other members, but I suspect that has less to do with Carmen Electra's magic va-jay-jay than good makeup artists. The guy's always had a thing for eyeliner."

Benjamin
".....Plus, it was pretty groovy when drummer Stephen Perkins busted out with a steel drum on "Jane Says." (The hippies that were sitting next to me sure appreciated it). He also sports a leather kilt better than any man I know."

Anonymous said...

Eric i just wanna say your bass tone is beautiful live i can hear your magic

Halo said...

If the extended part to "Pigs in Zen" is any indication of what the new material is gonna sound like well I'm getting VERY EXCITED. The bass guitar is dominating in hynotic circular motion weaving a hallucinogenic spell

Komakino said...

The standouts Three Days and Pigs seem to be hitting the hardest. Got my fix, thanks guys

Blissfully Ignorant said...

U guyz R back n yer home state of CA. we R starving fer some different songs we havnt herd yet

Anonymous said...

wHeN is PreTTi peRi cOMan 2 saN fRaCisCo?

pf said...

Ok Setlist Chula Vista was almost the same as the entire past week.
I placed an "X" beside the ones I wish they'd switch out with something else tonight in Vegas. I am there waiting

Three Days
Whores
X Ain't No Right X
Pigs In Zen
Then She Did...
Mountain Song
Standing In The Shower
X Been Caught Stealing X
Ted, Just Admit It...
Ocean Size
Encore:
Summertime Rolls
X Stop! X
X Jane Says X

Anonymous said...

I'm at the The Mirage now, the palace of delights.

Anonymous said...

pf,

no offense, but nobody cares. You don't get to fill out a little card and have the band play what you want. Maybe Eric will print it out and pass it around to all the band members. And the lightman too. LOL.

Anonymous said...

Three Days
1%
No One's Leaving
Pigs In Zen
Then She Did...
Mountain Song
Standing In The Shower
Of Course
My Time
Ted, Just Admit It...
Ocean Size
Summertime Rolls
I would for you
Jane Says
Kettle Whistle

Now that is a setlist

bangoskank said...

^^^^^^
that would be a great setlist, although it seems a bit of a stretch seeing that the setlists are about 13 songs each show w/ so far only 16 songs in the mix. obvious and no one's leavin' should be constants w/ EA poundin' away.

bangoskank said...

also, not being picky but what's up w/ 3 Days as an opener. Seems almost like the guys are going for the Kettle Whistle type opener from 88. jmo, but this fits better mid to late set. although it became standard, up the beach is a great opener and whores seems to make a nightly appearance, why not stick w/ that?

Komakino said...

I like the little movie they play in the opening of Three Days. Eyecandy. Wish those ladies were live right on the set

unplugged said...

Jane's Addiction acoustic "Aint no Right"
September 4, 1991 live in Hollywood, CA
youtube.com/watch?v=cYgou2XEi2k

^^
Would something like that be possible on this NINJA tour? I like her stripped down and unplugged. Jane's Addiction that is.

Anonymous said...

Hi Eric,

If you could design the ultimate playlist for the next Jane concerts what would it look like?
Just curious.
Thanks
Kris

Anonymous said...

lhr

my pants are around my ankles. you know what to do faery queen

Anonymous said...

Eric,
How did it feel when Peri kissed you in Vegas during 'Then She Did'?
Was it difficult to resist her advances?

Joey Girl said...

I was lucky enough to see you guys in Vegas on Monday night, the show was my first time seeing Janes Addiction and my 9th NIN show. Thank you for the music that you create that fills my heart with joy..

Mike Adkins said...

Yes, it is good to have deadlines to spark us into action...I am speaking as a too-laid-back dude.

Anonymous said...

Sorry you 'ner do well hippies.. Jane says get out and stay out.