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(One) by The Panic Channel

Release Date: Aug 15, 2006
Record label: Capitol
Genre(s): Rock, Alternative

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Love 'em or hate 'em, there's no denying that Jane's Addiction were one of the pivotal bands of the alt-rock revolution of the early '90s. They were one of the first to pull metal and underground rock fans together, first with their 1988 major-label debut, Nothing's Shocking, and then as the creators and headliners for the first Lollapalooza tour. They came to define much of the sound and style of alternative rock in the '90s, so it comes as a great shock that the Panic Channel -- featuring Dave Navarro and Stephen Perkins, the guitarist and drummer for Jane's, plus Chris Chaney, who took over for original Jane's bassist Eric Avery when the group reunited in 2003 -- sounds utterly generic on their 2006 debut, (One).

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