Foo Fighters headlined Lollapalooza Chile, and during their set, they were joined by festival co-founder Perry Farrell for a raucous performance of Jane’s Addiction’s “Been Caught Stealing.”

The performance was prefaced by some of Dave Grohl’s trademark banter where he recounted how he and Kurt Cobain attended the first Lollapalooza in 1991 with its wild bill of Rollins Band, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Body Count and more

“Now you have to remember, our favorite bands at the time, they were underground, so this was a f—in’…this was a revolution that was happening,” said Grohl. “This was before we made the ‘Nevermind’ record. We were like, ‘Oh, my God! There’s a revolution [happening]!’ And there’s one person who made that revolution happen, and he’s going to come up and sing a song. Because he’s the reason why we’re all here.”

And then Perry Farrell enters, and things become magical.

Oh, and BTW: The video below is full of NSFW language because Dave Grohl is basically a sailor, but you already knew that.

 

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