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One Hot Minute Import

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Certified Multi-Platinum (2 times) by the RIAA. (9/01)

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At the time of its release, One Hot Minute was viewed as the beginning of a new direction for the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Guitarist John Frusciante had departed and former Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro joined the ranks after some false starts with short-lived replacements. Band chemistry here isn't quite up to past standards. Navarro stretches out throughout the album, imbuing tunes with a heavy dose of hard rock and psychedelia and providing a stark contrast from Frusciante's dexterous noodling. Tracks such as "Warped" and "Aeroplane" display a band prone to exploring a less frenetic hard rock, while "Shallow Be Thy Game" sounds like the old band. Frusciante eventually returned to the fold, so this 1995 collection now stands as a curious intermission for the Peppers. --Rob O'Connor
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 12, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B000002MTR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (221 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,234 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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For best Chili's cd. The two are also in my top ten albums of all time. This is the darkhorse of the Chili's album catalogue and seems to be the one that no one likes. I really don't see why. First of all, contrary to popular belief, Dave Navarro is an absolutely amazing guitarist. However, he gets bashed on because he's not John Frusciante. Why? No one cared that Frusciante wasn't Hillel Slovak! Secondly, people complain that this cd is too repetitive. Why?! This is perhaps one of the most diverse cds the Peppers have ever created. Flea sings on some songs including a solo piece. A New guitar player. Music borrowed from almost every genre and capitalized on. This cd spans alternative ( Aeroplane, Deep Kick), Metal (Coffee Shop, Warped), Modern Rock ( My Friends) Experimentation (Pea, Walkabout) and thats only like half the cd! This cd takes you on a musical journey and is lushly diverse from start to finish. If only they would've kept Dave for even one more album, that would have been incredible. But this is perhaps the Chilis at their creative peak, save BSSM. Absolutely essential listening.
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It's hilarious that no one has rated or commented on this album! Despite the fact that this one "only" sold 8M copies and that the RHCP's themselves have said some lukewarm things about it, it still holds up b/c it retains the trademark funk influence along with a slightly harder, edgier guitar feel to it thanks to Dave Navarro! "Aeroplane" and "My Friends" were great, radio-friendly tunes, "Pea" is the first and only song recorded with Flea singing alone & accompanying himself on bass, "Coffee shop" features a blazing bass solo, "One Big Mob" features a rap-chant approach that harkens back to the earlier days with Hillel, "Shallow Be They Game" sounds like an extension of the tracks from the previous album, "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic" and "Tearjerker" hints at the mellower side of the RHCP's -first evident in "Under the Bridge" and thoroughly emphasized in "Stadium Arcadium" with Dave N's shimmering guitar work-- The group clearly took a fresh approach in this effort--bass/guitar/vocal go in directions that they had not explored up to this point in their history. So Hillel and John F. weren't in the group. It's still a cool piece of the RHCP's history and Dave Navarro did a great job on this album.
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One Hot Minute may be the Red Hot Chili Peppers most puzzling release, but at the same time, it is their most skilled album, which is pretty much why many people did not like it. That, and of course the John Frusciante bias.

Deviating from the John Frusciante melodies of 1989's Mother's Milk and 1991's Blood Sugar Sex Magik, the Dave Navarro era of the Red Hot Chili Peppers focused mainly on song movement, skill, rhythm and power.

Unlike the rest of the Red Hot Chili Peppers catalogue, melodies on this album is all but non-existent, and all four members from Anthony Kiedis' vocals, to Flea's textured bass, to Navarro's surging guitar, and Chad Smith's well timed drumming strove more to create more driving rhythms based in psyhedelia ("Aeroplane", "Transcending", "Tearjerker", "My Friends"), blues (Flea's solo "Pea"), funk ("Shallow Be Thy Game", "Aeroplane", "Falling Into Grace", and "Deep Kick"), jazz ("Walkabout"), and metal ("One Big Mob", "Transcending", "One Hot Minute", and "Coffee Shop"). However, at times efforts floundered and some of the songs, most notably "One Big Mob" and the title track, end up much longer than needed. Nonetheless, One Hot Minute is a rather cohesive album.

As for the chemistry issues people always claim, the fact those criticisms draw mainly Navarro's entry into the band being compared to Frusciante's entry is highly unfair. Frusciante was well familiar with previous guitarist Hillel Slovak and took after him quite a bit (as you hear on Mother's Milk) as for Navarro he did not draw on much from his predecessor, but from his days with Jane's Addiction.
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This might not have been the greatest of their albums, but it's defenitely not a bad album at all. I actually think that "One Hot Minute" is a near great album. One big change was that guitarist John Frusciante had left and was replaced by Dave Navarro from Jane's Addiction, musically this album wasn't perhaps as hard as the previous albums either, Infact many of the hits here were rather slow or midtempo songs. A new direction perhaps, but we've seen the Peppers changing style later on aswell and it still sounds cool and fresh in my honest oppinion.

"Shallow Be Thy Game" and "One Big Mob" sound like old-school peppers. "Warped" is heavy metal with fast riffs, perhaps under the influence of Navarro, same with "Coffea Shop" and "One Hot Minute". "Aeroplane" a big single hit is a catchy rocky midtempo song. "My Friends" is slow and beautiful aswell. Another big hit. "Walkabout" is very funky, just like in old days. "Tearjerker" could have been a chillout song, cause it's a slow, touching ballad. "Transdending" is a midtempo song and a good closer, got some very nice riffs aswell.

This album may not sound like the old days but it got alot of diffrent influents, few songs sound alike and it got absolutely no fillers. Not liked but die hard peppers fans but very underrated full of interesting songs. Recommended.
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