the setlist...
Ocean Size
Ain't No Right
Then She Did
Three Days
Summertime Rolls
Mountain Song

here's a review from AllStar online magazine...
Jane's Addiction Impress The Hell Out Of L.A.
The next Porno For Pyros project may be a tough sell once Perry Farrell finishes reminding America how much better his previous group was.
This warm-up show wasn't the full treatment: fans can experience that beginning Thursday (Oct. 23) with the addition -- and official tour kick-off -- of an Olympic Theater show in Los Angeles (tickets went on sale Monday [Oct. 20] at 5 p.m. [PDT] through Ticketmaster only). Still, this 50-minute performance was an unmitigated success, combining sufficiently feral energy, tight musicianship, and eccentric idealism to live up to all those prematurely written epitaphs.
Coming out of the gate with the Nothing's Shocking track "Ocean Size," Farrell uncaged a rage that made recent Porno outings seem like sleepwalking episodes. Wearing a rhinestone denim shirt and a head full of housemaid's curls, the 39- year- old singer ceaselessly thrilled the fire- code- stretching crowd, which included Courtney Love, Rage Against the Machine's Zack de la Rocha, Stone Temple Pilots' Scott Weiland, and a table reserved for Johnny Depp (no one actually saw him).
The set -- focusing on Nothing's Shocking and Ritual de lo Habitual material -- also featured lesser- known goodies such as "Then She Did...," "Three Days," and "Summertime Rolls," and ignored the popular "Been Caught Stealing," "Jane Says," and "Classic Girl." No matter -- everyone present seemed familiar with every word.
When Farrell arrived at the "oh-oh" vocal break in "Stop!," for instance, the Roxy filled with a single voice emanating from 600 mouths. (In addition to musical communication, Farrell peppered the set with characteristically positive maxims such as "free your mind" and "we love you all," which he actually seeemed to mean.)
Equally impressive was guitarist Dave Navarro, currently with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who underlined Farrell's nasal falsetto with roiling guitar squiggles and excited female fans with his shirtless posing.
Not to knock Eric Avery, Jane's original bassist, but he was hardly missed thanks to Flea. Navarro's Chili- mate locked into an especially animated groove with drummer Stephen Perkins on the closing number, "Mountain Song."
If Farrell is to be believed and the so-called "Relapse" is only a temporary condition, rock will be robbed of one of its most intriguing creative talents for the second time.
-Corey Levitan

Another review is at Addicted to Noise.