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|Porno for Pyros|
Porno for Pyros
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, R&B, Rock, Metal
The guitars aren't so meaty, the musical textures are much quirkier, yet this is the fourth Jane's Addiction album in all but name. The unique and still baffling Perry Farrell remains the real addiction, of course, and his... more »
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The guitars aren't so meaty, the musical textures are much quirkier, yet this is the fourth Jane's Addiction album in all but name. The unique and still baffling Perry Farrell remains the real addiction, of course, and his fans will eat up these alternatively bemused ("Pets") and scarifying ("Packin' .25") tracks. --Jeff Bateman
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James B. (wandersoul73) from TYLER, TX
Reviewed on 6/22/2009...
Stellar work here by Farrell & co.
Steve Edge | Morganton, NC, United States | 03/03/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"For me, it's the memories that make this album worth listening to. I remember when 'Pets' was in the Buzz Bin on MTV,and when the video appeared during the 'Washing The Dog' episode. That was summer of 93 I do believe, back when the world was so much simpler, before I even had my driver's license....ahh, the memories. And it's cool catchy offbeat weird Perry Farrell greatness too, so pick it up."
Amazing- Doesn't need "Ex-Jane's Addiction" tag
VikingPorro | Queens, NY | 04/25/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This band/record is so nice it's almost ridiculous to compare it to Jane's Addiction and just ignorant to slam it for not being/ sounding like JA. Jane's Addiction is one great thing-this is another. Totally different atmosphere and sound. The members(Vocalist/Percussion)from JA sound better than ever with added dynamics/nuances but it's Dave Navarro's "replacement"(ha-ha)Peter DiStefano that turns in one of the most jaw dropping guitar performances put to record. Very psychodelic with tons of feeling. I wouldn't call PFP's songwriting on this album more mellow or laid back than JA like others do(don't forget all the JA softies). It's def slower on the whole but no less intense...just in a murkier more hypnotic way. The more I hear this record the more I remember the massive quality."