I'm sure a lot of fans would agree with me if I said I wish Jane's Addiction had stayed together. Although I say this, it seems like people hate this record because of the new songs, and/or are happy they broke up because they would have made more songs like these. This shouldn't happen, mainly because the two new cuts are pretty cool. Sure, they don't sound like old Jane's songs but it just shows how capable they were of evolving into another Led Zeppelin or something greater. This record is a great thing to look back upon the career of one of the best bands ever to play music. On the live cuts, Perry's voice waves out in the audience, kind of an open, airy sound. Dave's guitar is as funk driven as ever, artsy and everything. The drumming here is some of the best I've heard from them, and I especially love the steel drums used in Jane Says. And the bass is great when it drives songs like My Cat's Name Is Maceo. If you're a first time Jane's Addiction fan, don't buy this. Get Ritual De Lo Habitual instead, not only is it better, but it brilliantly illustrates their sound in general. If you are a fan and are looking for a great collection of unreleased, rare, and live material, check this out. Suggested tracks: Jane Says, Had A Dad, Up The Beach, Ocean Size, Slow Divers. Suggested bands: Bicycle Thief, Led Zeppelin, Red Hot Chili Peppers. Suggested albums: Red Hot Chili Peppers' Uplift Mofo Party Plan, Jane's Addiction's Jane's Addiction (Live), Porno For Pyros' Good God's Urge.