|1.||Red Hot Chili Peppers|
Anthony Kiedis (Vocals: 1983-Present)
Flea (Bass Guitar: 1983-Present)
Jack Sherman (Guitar: 1984-1985)
Hillel Slovak (Guitar: 1983, 1985-1988)
Duane McKnight (Guitar: 1988)
John Frusciante (Guitar: 1989-1992, 1998-Present)
Zander Schloss (Guitar: 1992)
Arik Marshall (Guitar: 1992)
Jesse Tobias (Guitar: 1993)
Dave Navarro (Guitar: 1993-1998)
Jack Irons (Drums: 1983, 1986-1988)
Cliff Martinez (Drums:1984-1986)
DH Peligro (Drums: 1988)
Chad Smith (Drums: 1989-Present)
“If anyone decides to make a Red Hot Chili Peppers biopic, the most apt title has already been taken by M Night Shyamalan: Unbreakable. The tagline they could filch from Nietzsche: what doesn’t kill them makes them stronger”. So wrote Q magazine in 2002 just before the release of the critically acclaimed By The Way album. This album marked a turning point in the history of this band, as it was the moment when they finally turned their back on the bass-oriented music of their past, and moved forward in a way that seemed impossible to those who had been long-time fans of the band. This was not only due to the fact that it was musically so different to the blistering, George Clinton led, and in some cases produced, funk rock of their early albums, but also because it seemed for a long time that the Red Hot Chili Peppers simply could not possibly exist over 20 years after their formation. After all, any band that had been through 8 guitarists, 4 drummers, and more drug problems than any g...
A sick drummer from the ReD hOt Chili PepPeRs (he looks like Will Farrel). He took over on drums as soon as Jack Irons left the band in '89. His best perfomance has to be in Australia when the Foo Fighters'David Grohl dropped spaggehti during Me and My Friends.
I wish I was crazy as Chad Smith, he is so awesome.
Hillel Slovak was a guitarist and artist of other mediums. He reached fame as being a founder of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. He left in 1983 only to return in 1985 and played on two of their records. Unfortunatly he died of a drug overdose in June 1988 the day after returning home from the Chili's first ever European tour. This sent the band into a downward spiral. Anthony Kiedis went on a speedball binge. While Jack Irons was hostpitalized for clinical depression and left the band. They returned adding Chad Smith and the legendary John Frusciante who had been Hillel's biggest fan.
Hillel Slovak rocked his socks and his stratocaster
He's pure genious