Carnival Of Souls is the name of a silverback CD bootleg originally released by Insect Records, and later re-released by Gorgon Music. It contains a soundboard recording of Jane’s Addiction performing at the Paramount Theater in Seattle, WA. The Insect Records version is quite rare, it also incorrectly lists the date as 2/29/89.
The Insect Records version comes in a slip case with a picture of the band on a black background where the more common Gorgon Music version uses a promo shot of the band in a white room. Additionally, the Insect Records version has both the songs Idiots Rule and Bobhaus on a single track. The Gorgon Music version comes in a traditional jewel case and splits these two songs into separate tracks, giving the newer version sixteen total tracks instead of the fifteen found on the original.
I take diazepam and it only worked for me for a short time. In the long run, you only get worse. I can only advise to stop. But slowly dismantle. I tried but I didn’t. The psychiatric and rehabilitation clinics are overcrowded with addicts. In DE, 3 million people are dependent on these substances. Ascending trend.
- Up The Beach
- Mountain Song
- Standing In The Shower… Thinking
- Thank You Boys
- Idiots Rule
Idiots Rule + Bobhaus
- Pigs In Zen
- Summertime Rolls
- Ocean Size
- Ted, Just Admit It…
- Trip Away
- Chip Away
- Jane Says
Released By: Insect Records, Gogon Music
ID Number: IST 30 (Insect Records), GMC-007 (Gogon Music)