Former JANE'S ADDICTION Frontman: 'I'm Sick Of The People That Are Sober'

According to Softpedia, former JANE'S ADDICTION frontman Perry Farrell is convinced he is still looking young at 46 thanks to 15 years of drug taking.

He said: "I feel that I lost 15 years worth of intensive efforts, but I look great. That's one thing that surprises me. I guess every generation goes through their drug thing and some people get through it and get clean and some don't.

"But, you know what, I'm sick of the people that are sober. I think sobriety is wrong... You're supposed to party on Friday night, and, if you don't, you're going against God's wishes," added Farrell.

"If you look at the great art movements, everyone's dabbled and experimented... I'm going to preface that by saying addiction is stupid. But the lack of experimentation is affecting the music today, and, as a result, the music is stale. They need to break on through."

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