Artisan News Service reports: At the end of 2006, JANE'S ADDICTION released its first-ever greatest-hits album, titled "Up From the Catacombs - The Best of Jane's Addiction", and according to the band's drummer, Stephen Perkins, who controls the "JANE'S ADDICTION audio vault," that was just the beginning of a three-part package the band plans on releasing for their fans."Well that was the beginning," he said. "It's a three-tier package. That's the first record. Later this year in 2008 there's going to be a box set with a bunch of unreleased weird things; really, a lot of it's coming from my home collection, and a lot of cool DVD stuff. We're going to take 'Soul Kiss' and 'Gift' and other things and put a DVD out. So, it's a whole, it's like a three-tier project. So, the first one, 'Up from the Catacombs', was real simple picking those tunes, they're just like the staples of JANE'S. The next two projects I think it's going to be a little more fun finding the odd stuff. Even if it wasn't mixed right or if it's not a great visual but it's something cool, I think it's going to go in." Read more at Artisan News Service.
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