Jane's Addiction: Gift (1991)

Genres - Music  |   Sub-Genres - Addiction Drama, Concerts, Vocal Music  |   Run Time - 60 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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Gift is a low-budget concept video from 1990, made after the release of Jane's Addiction's breakthrough album Ritual de lo Habitual. Released by Warner after the band's 1991 breakup, it was directed by and starring frontman Perry Farrell with his then-girlfriend Casey Niccoli, The film connects live concert and studio footage with a strangely tragic narrative about love, death, and hard drug use. Features music by John Frusciante along with the tracks "Been Caught Stealing," "Three Days," "Stop," "Classic Girl," "Ain't No Right," and "Don't Call Me N***er, Whitey" (with Ice-T and Body Count).

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heroin, overdose, police, rock-star, wedding