In May, Jane’s Addiction made the walls sweat at a sold-out three-night stand at Brooklyn Bowl.
During each show, they played their first studio album, 1988’s “Nothing’s Shocking,” in its entirety, a record that’s aged as well as these dudes have, judging by the always-on-display ab muscles of singer Perry Farrell and guitarist Dave Navarro, two men with a personal vendetta against chest covering fabrics.
“Shocking,” which the band will revisit once again this weekend, remains an alt-rock touchstone, heavy, weird and oversexed, with Farrell giving lusty voice to his desire to be as big as an ocean.
If nothing else, his libido certainly attained those dimensions.
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9 p.m. Nov. 21-22
Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq, 3545 Las Vegas Blvd. South