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The three studio albums are featured here "Nothings Shocking", "Ritual De Lo Habitual" and 2003's "Strays" that has Chris Chaney on bass as opposed to original member Eric Avery. It's all recycled material from magazine's and online as well as interviews the band have given so you're not going to learn anything you didn't already know, unless you are new to Jane's. the only interviews he gets are from producers Dave Jerden who produced the first two classic albums and Bob Ezrin who produced "Strays" and famously said he couldn't make through the second half of "Ritual De Lo Habitual" which is amazing when you consider what's on that album,songs such as Three Days, Then She Did, Of Course and classic Girl! his loss really.
As well as covering Jane's he also covers Perry Farrells Later work with Satellite Party he also covers their post Jane's Addiction work such as porno for Pyros and Dave Navarro's Deconstruction. Their is also a good few mistakes scattered throughout the book, some glaring one's in fact such as "Mountain song" being the opening song on "Nothing's Shocking" its not it's track 7, Up the Beach is the album opener.
If you are a big fan of Jane's Addiction and think this book is going to reveal new stuff you will be sadly disappointed, if you are only discovering Jane's Addiction you might find the book interesting for a bit of a back story, just don't take everything as fact.
But besides all the technical stuff which in the end is so complex if your not a musician, the author does not give you inside the studio stories like why Champagne end up playing bass on "Of Course" instead of Eric on Ritual.
The rest is forgettable cause the author just uses interviews from past magazines from the 80's and 90's and this early decade lacking a fresh angle, even Dave Jerden interviews don't add up much new info.
The book is supossed to be divided by records, but besides the technical stuff on Nothing's Shocking and Ritual, the other record reviews like Porno For Pyros two LP's or even Kettle Whistle is just comments and not inside the studio technical stories, so you don't have a link from chapter to chapter on the core of what the book is supossed to be about.
Besides "critic" mistakes like calling "Mountain Song" "Coming down the Mountain" on the back cover of the book!!or stating that Ritual is a 1991 record which everyone knows is from 1990, at least once inside the book.
So I would say Jake Brown does not know much of Jane's Addiction...if you read this book.
I would rather recommend Whores.....that's a really good Jane's Addiction book.
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