One Hot Minute (studio album) by Red Hot Chili Peppers
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The best album by Red Hot Chili Peppers is Blood Sugar Sex Magik which is ranked number 192 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 8,709.
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This album was a big disappointment. It's the only blemish on their brilliant 15-year run from Blood Sugar Sex Magik to Stadium Arcadium. But obviously because it's the Chilis there are some great tracks on the album. I like Aeroplane, My Friends, Transcending and my personal favourite Tearjerker. The rest of the album is very mediocre.
A criminally underrated album, "One Hot Minute" is one of the strongest RHCP albums if you want my opinion. It is the proggiest album they've ever done, and I like that. I think the RHCP have a tendency to use a recipe when they're writing songs nowadays, but this is definitely not the case on this one!
Three tracks particularly stand out when you consider how prog this album is: "Deep Kick", "One Big Mob" and "One Hot Minute". Those three tracks are all longer, made of multiple sections and they're full of surprises. I really like those tracks.
There are also the hits, "Aeroplane", "My Friends", "Warped" and "Coffee Shop". I think they're all equally good and on par with any RHCP hit from any other album. "Warped" and "Coffee Shop" are especially hard and maybe heavier than what we usually expect from these guys, but I really like it because it is well put together and produced.
Then, there's the amazing "Walkabout" and "Falling Into Grace" that are more on the funky side of the road and really fit well into the record. The last two songs, "Shallow Be Thy Game" and "Transcending" are really heavy and prove without a doubt that Dave Navarro truly had something great to offer to this band.
"Pea" and "Tearjerker" would be the only songs I didn't like as much as the rest, but they still fit well into the album.
All in all, a very heavy album, with a little bit of prog and funk, that will surely keep you interested for the entire listen. Give "One Hot Minute" a chance, it's definitely worth it.
definitely their least groovy one, but they still rock! It got its wtf moments like 'Pea' and the second half of 'Transcending', but is still a pretty consistent album.
- My Friends
Dave Navarro + Flea = Heaven, even though their aim was to make it sound like hell.
Wasn't that impressed with Californication. Found it some what middling and not funky enough. This one here though. This is that good shit. 5 tracks in and it is kicking so much ass. Also has a bit of weirdness with Pea and Dave Navarro gave this record some edge.
Went back and listened to this album twice more the past two days... And I will say I am very impressed by Flea's bass playing skills. He shines on this album for sure. Honestly really enjoyed nearly all of Dave Navarro's guitar work as well. None of the drums really stood out to me tho. And some of the song writing isn't Anthony Kiedis' best. Bust with that being said, really not as bad as a lot say. Hell, I even disliked this album for awhile until I listened to it more, it grew on me. I really like the classic funky RHCP vibes with the "heavier" psychedelic tones Navarro was able to achieve. I used to have this album rated at 65 and now I'm giving it a 75...
This is one of my all time favourite albums, and my 2nd favourite RHCP album. I have known a few people who are dismissive of this or pre-judge it simply because John isn't on it so I don't know if it will ever see it ranked in a position I think is fair.
it is by no stretch of the imagination my favourite RCHP album,
but i love the feel of it and that it is different from the rest
it has to be my fourth favourite peppers offering after Stadium, By the way and Californication
This albums does not deserve the derision that it gets. This is an album that is at times dark, funny, funky, sad, and aggressive. Flea brings some of his best baselines on Shallow be Thy Game, and while Anthony's songwriting is occasionally uneven, he still manages to write some great tunes like the song Tearjerker, about Kurt Cobain. The inclusion of Navarro here is often criticized, but the man knows how to shred and he brings a harder edge to the Pepper's funky sound, especially notable on tracks like Warped and Coffee Shop. Altogether a great, albeit slightly uneven album.
This is one of the most unique RHCPs albums because it featured Dave Navarro as the guitarist. It may not have been a lasting collaboration but it was far from boring. The band felt dangerous, heavier and darker than in the past. Warped, Aeroplane, My Friends, and Coffee Shop are my top tracks. It confused a lot of people but I dig it.
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