A full band, full production performance from post-grunge icons Bush. Not long after this video came out, it was demolished and replaced by a 99-cent store. In these joyous-sounding moments, it’s odd to think that when Jane’s Addiction were recording this album, they pretty much hated one another. That is a pro-level grimace from the security guard. Only Niccoli and Navarro were there – Farrell was smoking crack – and both were extremely un-sober, and during Niccoli’s speech (“garbled” – The Guardian), Navarro tried clumsily to kiss her. Casey Niccoli is straight. People in the ’90s just didn’t put enough material online, you know? Not all of them – the drummer stayed off it – but three out of four of them really got heavily into heroin. That’s all in the future though. If an elderly man doing a kind of Charleston down a disco-lit supermarket aisle isn’t entertainment, then what is? You'll be redirected to Paypal to finish the transaction. Scroll down and check out her short and medium hairstyles. Farrell has also had a lot of looks over his career – this is the pre-neckerchief days, the pre-three-piece-suit days, the pre-looking-a-bit-like-Dot-Cotton-off-EastEnders days. Farrell commemorated the event in his ten-minute song "Three Days" and album cover artwork for his band Jane's Addiction (then censored and replaced with a white "1st Amendment" cover). Whoa! Casey Niccoli was born on October 17, 1964 in the USA. She is very empathetic, sensitive, gentle, and pretty. That’s the most “This would be the worst possible time for my phone to freeze if I were watching this on a bus” shot in the whole video. No idea who this is either. So, madly, are the band – they reformed first from 2001-4, and again in 2008, after which, despite a few problems and line-up changes they’ve never definitively split up. In or about 1987 Lisa Chester, Casey Niccoli, and Perry Farrell enjoyed a three-day orgy of sex and heroin. Born in Bakersfield, California and named after Yankee skipper Casey Stengel, she was the girlfriend and muse of Perry Farrell for a while, and appears in sculpted form on the cover of Nothing’s Shocking (as an on-fire pair of nude Siamese twins) and Ritual De La Habitual (as part of a threesome also involving Farrell). If there’s one thing heroin fucks with (and there isn’t one, there are loads), it’s the ability to perform choreographed routines. His voice is reverbed to hell on the album, something they replicated live as well, as seen in this surprisingly great quality live version from 1990. We can’t find this performer’s name anywhere online. This video was directed by Casey Niccoli, an extremely important figure in the Jane’s Addiction story. [1] The film has achieved cult status among Jane's Addiction fans.[2]. Eric Avery doing some half-inching. Remember how much heroin was going around? Heroin is a hell of a drug, and Jane’s Addiction really, really liked heroin. Massive laugh. That’s drummer Stephen Perkins on the rob. She is a director and actress, known for Soul Kiss (1989), Jane's Addiction: Been Caught Stealing (1990) and Jane's Addiction: Classic Girl (1991). Hit the "Tweet" button at the top ↑ 2. Gift was released by Warner Brothers. What a joyous ending, a big celebration of disguising yourself as a pregnant woman in order to shoplift. Excellent. A shot of the band sat unenthusiastically on these rides was on the front of the single. That barking is Farrell’s dog Annie. Jane’s Addiction Reunite For Lollapalooza Livestream Performance. He called Chester "Xiola". In 1993 Farrell and his ex-girlfriend Casey Niccoli released a film called Gift that featured Jane's Addiction. This was immortalised in the cover art after Blue died of a heroin overdose shortly afterwards. During these bits of band choreography, it’s fun to think how many goes it probably took. Scroll down and check out her short and medium hairstyles. Love Jane's Addiction? Dave Navarro has looked extremely different over the course of his career. Farrell claims the song is autobiographical, and that stealing is just one of the many vices he enjoys. It’s just a fake arse. The stockings-on-head thing is distressing as fuck, isn’t it? Gift is a 1993 experimental docudrama made by Perry Farrell and Perry's then-girlfriend, Casey Niccoli. The pineapple-up-the-dress moment is what this video is all about really, so let’s talk about the director. The dude has a fake pregnant tummy and uses it to shoplift. The following Jane's Addiction songs are featured in the soundtrack: Rapper Ice-T, Body Count, and Jane's Addiction performed Sly and the Family Stone's "Don't Call Me Nigger, Whitey" in the film. Even at their peak, Jane’s Addiction were a polarising band. This is not the only foodstuff that gets shoved up a dress in this video. Put your rock and metal knowledge to the ultimate test! In 1997, Jane's Addiction reformed for a brief reunion tour with Flea replacing Avery on bass. At their peak, in 1991, they split up – drugs, madness, egos and partying took their toll and they called it a day. Her daughter Poppy Jean Crawford is a musician. The band hanging out shirtless, something they were all reasonably keen on – three of the four of them have at least one bare-torsoed image on their Wikipedia pages. Farrell does a great job of mustering his ridiculous rock star charisma even through a stocking. Mere seconds after that lady did a bum-dance, here’s another bum-dance! Only on one song were the whole band in the studio at the same time: Three Days, a sprawling track about the 72-hour heroin sex binge Farrell and Niccoli had with an ex of Farrell’s, Xiola Blue. 213 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ‘caseyniccoli’ hashtag Niccoli has also been credited with nailing the band’s early onstage visual aesthetic and use of Santerian and Catholic imagery. The majority of filming took place during the recording sessions of Ritual de lo Habitual, in 1990.