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Red Hot Chili Peppers

Red Hot Chili Peppers is a Californian rock band which combined aspects of funk and hip-hop with rock and roll. The band started in the 1980s. One critic has summarized their lyrics as "sex, good times, rock and roll and more sex.", with some truth, though some of their biggest hits have been considerably more introspective. Perhaps the most distinctive feature of their sound is the bass guitar playing of Flea, whose flashy, slap-heavy playing not only provides a groove but is also the source of many musical flourishes.

see also: Chain Reaction and Anthym (first band before Red Hot Chili Peppers)

The band has featured:

Navarro departed the band in 1998(?) and was replaced by the returning Frusciante.

Discography (FIX: incomplete, dates)

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers[?] (1984)
  • Freaky Styley[?] (1985) (produced by George Clinton) - Jungle Man, Hollywood, American Ghost Dance, If You Want Me To Stay, Nevermind, Freaky Styley, Blackeyed Blonde, The Brothers Cup, Battle Ship, Lovin' and Touchin', Catholic School Girls Rule, Sex Rap, Thirty Dirty Birds, Yertle the Turtle
  • The Uplift Mofo Party Plan[?] (1987) - Fight Like a Brave, Funky Crime, Me and My Friends, Backwoods, Skinny Sweaty Man, Behind the Sun, Subterranean Homesick Blues (Bob Dylan), Special Secret Song Inside, No Chump Love Sucker, Walking' On Down the Road, Love Trilogy, Organic Anti-Beat Box Band
  • The Abbey Road[?] EP (1988)
  • Mother's Milk[?] (1989) - Good Time Boys, Higher Ground (Stevie Wonder), Subway to Venus, Magic Johnson, Nobody Weird Like Me, Knock Me Down, Taste the Pain, Stone Cold Bush, Fire (Jimi Hendrix), Pretty Little Ditty, Punk Rock Classic, Sexy Mexican Maid, Johnny Kick a Hole in the Sky
  • Blood Sugar Sex Magik (1991) - The Power of Equality, If You Have to Ask, Breaking the Girl, Funky Monks, Suck my Kiss, I Could Have Lied, Mellowship Slunky in B Major, The Righteous & the Wicked, Give it Away, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Under the Bridge, Naked in the Rain, Apache Rose Peacock, The Greeting Song, My Lovely Man, Sir Psycho Sex, They're Ret Hot
  • What Hits?[?] (Greatest hits 1992)
  • Out In L.A.[?] (Rarities and B-sides 1994)
  • One Hot Minute[?] (1995)
  • Californication (1999) - Around the World, Parallel Universe, Scar Tissue, Otherside, Get on Top, Californication, Easily, Porcelain, Emitremmus, I Like Dirt, This Velvet Glove, Savior, Purple Stain, Right on Time, Road Trippin'
  • By The Way (2002) - By the Way, Universally Speaking, This Is the Place, Dosed, Don't Forget Me, The Zephyr Song, Can't Stop, I Could Die For You, Midnight, Throw Away Your Television, Cabron, Tear, On Mercury, Minor Thing, Warm Tape, Venice Queen

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