Kettle Whistle
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by: Jane's Addiction

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Warner Bros.
EAN: 0093624675228
Edition: Parental Advisory ed.
Feature: Shrink-wrapped
Item Dimensions: 5005702540
Label: Warner Off Roster
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageSpanishUnknown
Manufacturer: Warner Off Roster
MPN: 46752
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: November 04, 1997
Publisher: Warner Off Roster
Release Date: October 24, 1997
Studio: Warner Off Roster

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Disc 1:
  1. Kettle Whistle
  2. Ocean Size ( Demo Version )
  3. My Cat's Name Is Maceo (Demo)
  4. Had A Dad (Studio Out-Take)
  5. So What!
  6. Jane Says (Live)
  7. Mountain Song ( Demo Version )
  8. Slow Divers (Live)
  9. Three Days (Live, 1990)
  10. Ain't No Right (Live, 1990)
  11. Up The Beach (Live, 1990)
  12. Stop! (Live, 1990)
  13. Been Caught Stealing (Studio Out-Take)
  14. Whores (Live, 1990)
  15. City ( Soul Kiss 88 )
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
This highly-anticipated Jane's Addiction CD, Kettle Whistle, which consists of rare, previously unreleased tracks, live recordings, demos, and one brand new track, Kettle Whistle, was recorded by the relapse line up (Perry Farrell/vocals, Dave Navarro/guitar, Stephen Perkins/drummer, and Flea/bass).
Cult heroes Jane's Addiction are the Grateful Dead for the should-I-be-a-punk-or-a-hippy-or-metal-head-or-just-get-high-and-become-one-with-the-music underground; so Kettle Whistle, the band's collection of live recordings, a few new songs, and B-sides from their two albums, would be as must-have for fans as all those Dead bootlegs--even if it sucked. This is definitely an album for the converted, and the extended jams and live ramblings would be hard to endure without a frame of reference. The electronic filler and robotic knob-twiddling on the new songs, "Kettle Whistle" and "So What," suggest that Jane's Addiction's breakup was well timed, but the demos and live cuts ooze the band's tremendous energy and chemistry. In the 1988 demo of "Ocean Size," Perry Farrell's charismatic, raspy howl mingling with Dave Navarro's screeching guitar sucks you into the music and sends you to an alternate groove-plane. --Megan O. Steintrager

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