4 definitions by FACE JINHURTONS

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An incredible guitarist and amazing human being, John Frusciante worked with the Red Hot Chili Peppers on five of their studio albums since the death of guitarist Hillel Slovak in 1988. He has the greatest skill of any guitar player today and has great backing vocals. He cares deeply for the music, and doesn't like the fame or excessive paychecks, hence, he doesn't tour or promote his solo albums.
Who is that guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers who looks like Jesus?

It's John Frusciante, the greatest alternative rock guitarist ever, and also just one of the best musicians of all time.
by FACE JINHURTONS August 18, 2010
The 7th studio album by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, released in June 1999. Californication marked John Frusciante's return as their guitar player, and was the band's best selling album. Singles include "Around the World," "Scar Tissue," "Otherside," and "Californication." A truly great album that utilizes guitar & bass riffs to show the band's signature funk sound.
Track Listing: 1.Around the World
2.Parallel Universe
3.Scar Tissue
4.Otherside
5.Get on Top
6.Californication
7.Easily
8.Porcelain
9.Emit Remmus
10.I Like Dirt
11.This Velvet Glove
12.Savior
13.Purple Stain
14.Right on Time
15.Road Trippin'
The Californication song Scar Tissue won the 2000 Grammy Award for best rock song. The music video showed the metaphor of a battered and torn band on the road to recovery.
by FACE JINHURTONS September 05, 2010
The 5th studio album by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on September 24, 1991. The band's breakthrough album that brought them mainstream success with songs like "Give It Away" and "Under the Bridge." Supposedly the band's best album according to music critics. Their first album with producer Rick Rubin of Warner Bros.

Track Listing:
1. The Power of Equality
2. If You Have to Ask

3. Breaking the Girl

4. Funky Monks

5. Suck My Kiss

6. I Could Have Lied

7. Mellowship Slinky in B Major

8. The Righteous & the Wicked

9. Give It Away

10. Blood Sugar Sex Magik

11. Under the Bridge

12. Naked in the Rain

13. Apache Rose Peacock

14. The Greeting Song

15. My Lovely Man
16. Sir Psycho Sexy

17. They're Red Hot
The song "Soul To Squeeze" recorded along with this album was released as a single in 1993 and included on the Greatest Hits CD.
The documentary titled "Funky Monks" showed the band during the recording process for Blood Sugar Sex Magik, and shows the feelings and emotions of the band that would then be put onto the songs on album.
by FACE JINHURTONS September 06, 2010
The 6th studio album by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, released in September 1995. The only album to feature Dave Navarro on guitar (in the band 1993-1998). One Hot Minute features a noticeably darker and heavier subject matter than the previous album Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Singles included "Warped," "My Friends," and "Aeroplane." Dave Navarro was fired in 1998 over creative differences. Songs from this album besides "Pea" are never played live -post 1998.

Track Listing:
1."Warped"
2."Aeroplane"
3."Deep Kick"
4."My Friends"
5."Coffee Shop"
6."Pea"
7."One Big Mob"

8."Walkabout"
9."Tearjerker"
10."One Hot Minute"
11."Falling into Grace"

12."Shallow Be Thy Game"
13."Transcending"
A: One Hot Minute is my favorite album, it has raw emotional elements that give it an edge over some of the others.
B: I don't know man, the band was in a pretty depressing place at this point, the band doesn't like the songs from his era, and it just doesn't sound right. Plus it was really f**ked up how Anthony had a make-out session with Dave in the music video for "Warped."
by FACE JINHURTONS September 03, 2010
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