Sarsippius' Ark (limited Edition)
Released: Jan 1993
What do you do after establishing two of the most important, controversial, and well-loved bands of the '80s? You go full-blown funky, of course. After Suicidal Tendencies and Jane's Addiction split up, Suicidal singer Mike Muir and Jane's drummer Stephen Perkins formed Infectious Grooves, who followed in the wake of Fishbone and early Chili Peppers and lived up to their name with a brash, fist-pumping blend of funk, metal, hardcore and rock. "Do the Sinister" might be the biggest bounce you've never heard.