The Red Hot Chili Peppers don’t mind getting naked for pictures, on stage and Flea usually only wears a pair of tighty whities when performing. For the cover of their “The Abbey Road E.P.”, The Peppers, like The Beatles, depicts the four bandmembers walking across a zebra crossing in single file, the twist being that they are all naked except for white tube socks covering their genitals.
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John Frusciante must love Radiohead. Here’s a couple Radiohead songs ala Frusciante…
“You And Whose Army?” & “Lucky”
After the release of Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic, John Frusciante began to develop a dislike for popularity of Red Hot Chili Peppers. He would become distant on stage and resented the hit song “Under The Bridge” so much that he would play long intros, play in different notes and octaves and tried to purposefully throw Anthony Kiedis off while singing.
In 1991 the Red Hot Chili Peppers wanted to record their next album in an unconventional setting, believing it would enhance their creative output. The Blood Sugar Sex Magic album art features a photograph of a strange orb or face captured during a group photograph on the property.
Hillel Slovak was an Israeli-American musician best known as the original guitarist and founding member of the Los Angeles rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. Slovak was found dead in his apartment on the corner of Afton Place and El Centro in Hollywood due to a Speedball (drug) overdose on June 27, 1988.
John Frusciante’s amazing live cover of The Bee Gees “How Deep Is Your Love” during the Red Hot Chili Peppers concert Live a La Cigale France 2006.