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  • Actors: Jane's Addiction
  • Directors: n, a
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, PAL, Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Eagle Rock Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 31, 2010
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003UPPO1M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #188,861 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Filmed live on Halloween night 2009 at Voodoo Experience in New Orleans, Live Voodoo sees the reunion of the classic Jane's Addiction line-up of Perry Farrell (vocals), Stephen Perkins (drums), Eric Avery (bass) and Dave Navarro (guitar). This spectacular show captures the band on top form with Perry Farrell at his most mesmerizing and the rest of the band clearly enjoying the occasion. The tracklisting is predominantly drawn from their first two albums, which both featured this line-up, and the band are joined on stage by twin girl dancers, while the showclimaxes with a joyous all singing and dancing stage invasion.

Track Listing
1. Up The Beach
2. Mountain Song
3. Ain't No Right
4. Three Days
5. Whores
6. Then She Did...
7. Been Caught Stealing
8. Ocean Size
9. Ted, Just Admit It
10. Summertime Rolls
11. Stop!
12. Jane Says
13. Chip Away

Bonus Features:
1. 1% (Los Angeles, 2008)
2. Ocean Size (La Cita, Los Angeles, 10/23/08)
NME Featurette
Photo Gallery

Customer Reviews

This is a must buy for any fan of the band.
Acehalo
The greatest songs and the original line-up presented with outstanding sound and visuals.
Anthony Thompson
Don't kid yourself, this show was pathetic.
White Chicken

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By ChipAway on September 16, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
ok .... the first time i saw jane's addiction live was in a little club, here in NM .... in 1985-86ish. before XXX, before anyone knew who they were, they were just a club band. i was BLOWN AWAY by them! then i saw them about a year later, after XXX came out .... blown away, again. when they finally released a full length album, i almost pee'd myself. THAT tour, i saw them here in NM, in colorado, and again in LA .... what i'm trying to say is this .... i have a history with this band, i have loved them from the start, and all these people saying that Perry has "lost it" or there is "no passion" are CRAZY.

first of all, never expect album/cd quality lyrics from Perry live, it's NEVER happened. his live interpretations of the songs he wrote are NEVER the same as what gets released in recorded format ..... ever. it's loose, at best. but that's what makes it great, and in the moment .... ultimately, he's an artist and has proved that over, and over, and over.

second, to the guy complaining about him drinking from his bottle of whatever it was, and the ONE comment he made about cocaine ..... a.) it's halloween and he's partying with his fans, never shows any signs of being drunk. he's weird, generally, and always has been. so he's acting like perry, not like drunk perry. i've seen this band through the years of drug abuse, and in THIS performance, he is connected to the audience .... something i can say was not always the case. and b.) the comment about cocaine "you ever hear those voices when your on cocaine" .... ummmm, hello .... it's part of his past. it's not a hidden fact that he struggled with many forms of drugs, but he came through it .... unlike some of the idiots who ended up killing themselves.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By marcuslaw on September 1, 2010
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
First, a confession. I am not, nor have ever been, a die hard Jane's Addiction fan. The closest I might have ever come is commandeering my brother's cassette tape of Ritual de lo Habitual (RDLH) back in the early 90's. Aside from stopping to surf the radio dial over the years whenever "Been Caught Stealing" was playing, my music of choice over the last decade has largely been Zepp, Rush, various types of reggae and even some fusion. Not too long ago, I had the sudden craving for RDLH and so purchased a copy on iTunes. Not long after, I found myself listening to "Three Days" and "Then She did" over and over while working out at the gym. Without exaggerating, I have probably heard those two songs streaming over my iPod Touch well over a hundred times in the last month or two. Now, I might not be a lifelong fan, but when I read the news release for the forthcoming "Live Voodoo" on Blu-ray, I pre-ordered without blinking an eye. Now, for the part most of you probably care about. I am a Blu-ray enthusiast having embraced the format during the war with HD DVD and digested every bit of news and magazine article since. I also happen to have a good pair of eyes and at least one very good ear and own several hundred Blu-ray disc. So, it's probably fair to say I know a good high definition title when I see, and hear, one. That takes me to "Live Voodoo". Here's my take and I'll be brief. I just got done viewing it all the way through and while I did see occasional motion judder, usually from the quick movement of one of the band members and usually Perry Farrell, it was never too distracting. Like other "reviewers", I did see some mild background noise in some darker scenes and even some black crush, but overall, the blacks are inky and the image quality very strong.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DL on February 4, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
Plenty to appreciate about this show. For starters, the band forgoes playing its more recent tracks in favor of delivering the tried and true Jane's Addiction classics. Unlike so many other bands whose fame rides on the accomplishments of the distant past, they had no delusions about what the audience wanted to see and hear. The set-list is a gesture of respect and mutual admiration for the core fans who remember the band for being the powerful force of radical change that challenged a music establishment which was begging to be dismantled brick-by-decadent-brick.

Dave takes no short-cuts in his delivery of each and every song, belting out a flawlessly executed solo during "Three Days," and seamlessly re-creating the hypnotic intro from "Ted, Just Admit It" with studio-quality perfection. He is determined to use his guitar as an instrument of justice, playing every riff with the same conviction that mesmerized audiences decades ago, and which catapulted the band to its legendary status. Rarely contributing a spoken word, he leaves the role of stage presence and off-colored commentary to Perry. He instead communicates through his guitar, masterfully conveying the sonic message of the Jane's Addiction catalog in its full glory.

If you were expecting to see Perry's renowned on-stage convulsions, hyperactive interpretive dancing, and psychosis-driven ramblings, then you might be disappointed. As you might've guessed, he's no longer in his twenties and loaded up on whatever is put in front of him. You'd have to imagine that if he hadn't slowed down at some point in his life, he probably wouldn't be around to give these performances. How many of us who witnessed the band in its prime can actually say that we have the same vigor and intensity that we had 20-30 years ago?
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