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The group's musical style primarily consists of rock with an emphasis on funk , as well as elements from other genres such as punk rock and psychedelic rock. When played live, their music incorporates elements of jam band due to the improvised nature of many of their performances. Red Hot Chili Peppers are one of the best-selling bands of all time with over 80 million records sold worldwide, have been nominated for sixteen Grammy Awards , of which they have won six, and are the most successful band in alternative rock radio history, currently holding the records for most number-one singles 13 , most cumulative weeks at number one 85 and most top-ten songs 25 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

Because of commitments to other bands, Slovak and Irons did not play on the band's self-titled debut album Slovak performed on the second and third albums, Freaky Styley and The Uplift Mofo Party Plan , but he died from a heroin overdose in As a result of his friend's death, Irons chose to leave the group. After short-lived replacements at guitar and drums, John Frusciante and Chad Smith joined in The lineup of Flea, Kiedis, Frusciante, and Smith was the longest-lasting and recorded five studio albums beginning with Mother's Milk In , the group signed with Warner Bros.

This album became the band's first commercial success, but Frusciante grew uncomfortable with the band's popularity and left abruptly in in the middle of the Blood Sugar Sex Magik Tour. After two temporary guitarists, Dave Navarro joined the group in and played on their subsequent album, One Hot Minute Although commercially successful, the album failed to match the critical or popular acclaim of Blood Sugar Sex Magik , selling less than half as much as its predecessor.

Navarro was fired from the band in The reunited quartet returned to the studio to record Californication , which became the band's biggest commercial success with 16 million copies worldwide. That album was followed three years later by By the Way , and then four years later by the double album Stadium Arcadium , their first number-one album in America.

After a world tour, the group went on an extended hiatus. Frusciante announced he was amicably leaving the band in to focus on his solo career. Klinghoffer, who had worked both as a sideman for the band on their Stadium Arcadium tour and on Frusciante's solo projects, replaced him. The band's tenth studio album, I'm with You , was released in and topped the charts in 18 different countries.

The band released their eleventh studio album, The Getaway , in The album was produced by Danger Mouse , marking the first time since 's Mother's Milk that the Red Hot Chili Peppers had not worked with Rubin, [3] and topped the charts in ten different countries. Six songs from these initial shows were on the band's first demo tape. Two weeks earlier however, What Is This?

Instead of dissolving the band, Kiedis and Flea recruited new members. The band held auditions for a new guitarist but decided after a few practices that Weirdos guitarist Dix Denney did not fit. Kiedis described the two final candidates, Mark Nine and Jack Sherman , respectively as a "hip avant-garde art school refugee" and a nerd looking guy with a combed-back Jewfro with an unknown background.

Musically Sherman clicked right away with Flea and Martinez and was hired as Slovak's replacement. Though the album did not set sales records, airplay on college radio and MTV helped to build a fan base, [10] and the album ultimately sold , copies.

Gang of Four guitarist Andy Gill , who produced the album "didn't embrace [the band's] musical aesthetic or ideology, argued constantly with the band over the record's sound. During the tour, continuing musical and lifestyle tension between Kiedis and Sherman complicated the transition between concert and daily band life. Hillel Slovak, who had just quit What Is This? George Clinton produced the next album, Freaky Styley Clinton combined various elements of punk and funk into the band's repertoire, [18] allowing their music to incorporate a variety of distinct styles.

The album featured Maceo Parker and Fred Wesley on many of the album's tracks. The band often indulged in heavy heroin use while recording the album, which influenced the lyrics and musical direction of the album. The subsequent tour was also considered unproductive by the band.

In spring , the band decided to begin work on their upcoming album. Martinez' "heart was no longer in the band", but he did not quit, so Kiedis and Flea fired him. During the recording and subsequent tour of Freaky Styley , Kiedis and Slovak were dealing with debilitating heroin addictions.

Due to his addiction, Kiedis "didn't have the same drive or desire to come up with ideas or lyrics" and appeared at rehearsal "literally asleep".

Kiedis called his mother in Michigan for guidance and she promptly sent him to drug rehabilitation. The band eventually hired Michael Beinhorn from the art funk project Material , the band's last choice. The album was recorded in the basement of the Capitol Records Building. His drug use "made a mess of the early recording process", but the band still had an enjoyable time recording the album.

In between takes, Slovak would run around the studio out of excitement and say "This is the most beautiful thing we've ever done.

Although it peaked at only No. During this period however, Kiedis and Slovak had both developed serious drug addictions, [39] often abandoning the band, each other, and their significant others for days on end. Slovak's addiction led to his death on June 25, , not long after the conclusion of the Uplift tour. Irons decided he had to leave the group, saying that he did not want to be part of a group where his friends were dying.

Irons, who would battle through years of depression, went on to become a member of Seattle grunge band Pearl Jam many years later. After losing two of the original band members, Flea and Kiedis started looking for musicians to fill those spots. Shortly after Irons' departure they chose as Slovak's replacement DeWayne "Blackbyrd" McKnight , former member of Parliament-Funkadelic and who at one point briefly filled in for Slovak, when he was temporarily fired.

Peligro of the punk rock outfit Dead Kennedys replaced Irons. Kiedis and Flea had been friends of Peligro for many years and even had a joke band together called Three Little Butt Hairs. With a new lineup set, Kiedis decided to enter rehab to fix his drug problem.

After two weeks into Kiedis' rehab he was taken by his counselor, Bob Timmons, to finally visit Slovak's grave. Kiedis had no desire to be there; however, Timmons urged him to talk to Slovak.

Within minutes, Kiedis had opened up and could not stop crying. Thirty days later, Kiedis left rehab and was ready to resume his career with the band. Three dates into the tour, McKnight was fired, because the chemistry was not there with the other three. McKnight was so unhappy about being fired he threatened to burn down Kiedis' house. Kiedis actually had met Frusciante a year earlier outside of one of the band's shows.

Frusciante was originally directed to audition for the band Thelonious Monster , but Kiedis said that he knew right away that Frusciante would be in his band. He [Frusciante] knows all the shit I don't know. I basically know nothing about music theory and he's studied it to death, inside and out. He's a very disciplined musician—all he cares about are his guitar and his cigarettes. The new lineup immediately began writing music for the next album and went on a short tour dubbed the Turd Town Tour , although in November, Kiedis and Flea felt the need to fire drummer Peligro due to his own drug and alcohol problems.

Much like McKnight, Peligro did not take the news well. Flea stayed in bed for days after making the decision. Years later, Kiedis said firing Peligro was one of the toughest things the band ever had to do, although Kiedis became a major part of Peligro's road to sobriety, which began right after he was fired. The Chili Peppers were again without a drummer and were forced to hold open auditions.

Denise Zoom, a friend of the band, suggested Chad Smith , claiming he was the best drummer she had ever seen. The band agreed to audition Smith, but he was late and the last drummer to audition. Kiedis recalled the first time he saw Smith by saying, "I spied this big lummox walking down the street with a really bad Guns N' Roses hairdo and clothes that were not screaming I've got style".

Smith was a six-foot three-inch tall drummer who, according to Flea, "lit a fire under our asses". From the moment they started jamming, Smith and Flea instantly found chemistry.

Smith was a hard-hitting musician with whom the Chili Peppers believed they would create a strong relationship. Kiedis said the audition with Smith "left the band in a state of frenzied laughter, that we couldn't shake out of for a half an hour". Smith was so much different from the other three. Kiedis, Flea and Frusciante were heavily influenced by punk rock, whereas Smith's taste in heavy metal music and his biker appearance contrasted with their punk rock views.

Kiedis informed Smith he would be hired on one condition: He refused, though Kiedis was not about to argue with the much larger Smith. Unlike the stop-start sessions for The Uplift Mofo Party Plan , where Kiedis would frequently disappear to seek drugs, pre-production for Mother's Milk went smoothly. Frusciante and Kiedis were frustrated with the producer's attitude.

Released on August 16, , Mother's Milk peaked at number 52 on the U. Modern Rock Tracks whereas " Higher Ground " charted at number eleven; [50] the latter of the two ultimately proved to be more successful, reaching number fifty-four in the UK and forty-five in Australia and France.

In , after the success of Mother's Milk , the group decided they had had enough of EMI and entered a major label bidding war ultimately signing with Warner Bros. Records and hired Rick Rubin to produce their then-untitled fifth album. Rubin would go on to produce five of the band's subsequent studio albums, but originally turned the band down in due to the drug problems in the band at the time.

This time, in , Rubin felt the band was in a better place and much more focused. The writing process for this album was far more productive than it had been for Mother's Milk , with Kiedis stating, "[every day], there was new music for me to lyricize". The band spent six months recording a new album, with long periods of rehearsal, songwriting, and incubating ideas. However, Rubin was dissatisfied with a regular recording studio, thinking the band would work better in a less orthodox setting, believing it would enhance their creative output.

Rubin suggested the mansion magician Harry Houdini once lived in, to which they agreed. A crew was hired to set up a recording studio and other equipment required for production in the house. The band decided that they would remain inside the mansion for the duration of recording, though according to Kiedis, Smith was convinced the location was haunted, and refused to stay.

We [the band] have nothing but warm vibes and happiness everywhere we go in this house. During production, the band agreed to let Flea's brother-in-law document the creative process on film. The band was unable to decide on the title of the album, but to Rubin, one particular song title stuck out:

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