Posts tagged ‘Janes Addiction’

August 20, 2011

Jane’s Addiction Comes Alive: The World’s First User Generated 3D Concert

by Accidental Bear

What can I say but Rock with your cock out. What does Jane Say now? Sorry to get all straight on you, but fucking RAD! Perry Farrell is aging well and still makes us all moist as a snack cake down there.  On July 25th, 2011 LG and Jane’s Addiction invited lucky fans to Terminal 5 in New York to take part in the World’s First User Generated 3D Concert Film shot entirely on the LG Thrill 4G super phone. Over 100 fans captured the band from all angles using the glasses-free 3D LG Thrill 4G as the band played fan favorites like “Ocean Size” and “Mountain Song” as well as their new single, “Irresistible Force,” from their upcoming album, “The Great Escape Artist,” due out this fall. A special acoustic performance of “Jane Says” provides the perfect ending to an unforgettable evening.

by Mike Enders

March 8, 2011

Thank You Henry Rollins for being Body Guard for Gays

by Accidental Bear

Henry Rollins first caught my attention in 1989 when I some home open for Janes Addiction. He bounced around shirtless  in black gym shorts scream/singing. At that point I had no idea he’d be fighting for my rights.



Henry Rollins Blasts Boehner On DOMA Defense

Rollins_HenryFormer Black Flag frontman turned actor Henry Rollins has consistently used his influence and position to push progressive politics, particularly when it comes to LGBT rights.

You can be sure, then, that he’s pretty pissed about House Speaker John Boehner’s decision to defend DOMA in Congress.

And Rollins is venting that anger over at Vanity Fair:

[Obama] says his administration will no longer defend DOMA in court. Being happy about that would be like rejoicing that doctors are no longer applying leeches to patient’s faces when they complain of nasal congestion. It’s not a bad thing, though, and about damn time.

In to save the day, to keep those damn gays in their place, is House Speaker John Boehner, who will put himself and his sterling reputation on the line to stand against the president, his insurgent gay terrorist pals, and their dreams of marriage and equal protection under the law. That’s a relief.

When things threaten to become too constitutional, thankfully, there’s someone like John Boehner, owner of every third tear cried in America, to step in and attempt to push America back into the good old days of darkness. Rather than shoulder the awesome burden of creating some damned jobs in America, he goes for the easy cheap shot of going after gay Americans. Again.

Rollins concludes by reminded Boehner that all Americans, even the gays, have a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

He also points out, quite rightly, that Boehner needs to focus on more pressing problems, like the economy: “Damn, congressman, we’re trying to get up the road here. Either lay out a plan for job creation for all of us to see or get out of the way.”

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