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The Red Hot Chili Peppers began as a high school band and evolved into one of the most popular rock bands of its age. The band has sold over 80 million records and has won six Grammy’s.



Anthony Kiedis, Hillel Slovak, Flea, and Jack Irons formed the band during their time in Fairfax High School in Los Angeles. The group originally named themselves Tony Flow and the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem, but changed it to the Red Hot Chili Peppers as their popularity grew. In 1983, they signed with EMI America and Enigma Records. Because Slovak and Irons were already committed to the band What is This?, the remaining members found Cliff Martinez and Jack Sherman as their replacements.

The band’s first album, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, was released in 1984 and sold 300,000 copies. However, tension formed over the band’s musical style and purpose. Sherman left the band, while Slovak returned.

The band released Freaky Styley in 1985 to little commercial success. Nevertheless, the band was satisfied with what they had produced. As they were working on another album, Martinez left the band and Irons came back. The band’s drug use throughout these releases caught up with them, culminating in the rehabilitation of Kiedis.

The combination of drug use along with the return of old band members influenced and inspired the band. In 1987, the band released The Uplift Mofo Party Plan. Despite the relative success of this album, continued drug problems nearly destroyed the band, leading to Slovak’s death and Irons left the band. Despite his own continued issues with drug use, Kiedis decided to continue, and searched for new members along with Flea.

DeWayne Blackbird McKnight and DH Peligro were chosen to fill in the rest of the band. Their tenures were short lived, and John Frusciante replaced McKnight and Chad Smith replaced Peligro. During this time, Kiedis sought to end his drug use as well, again going to rehab.

The renewed Red Hot Chili Peppers were much more functional and productive, releasing The Uplift Mofo Party Plan in 1987 and Mother’s Milk in 1989. Singles including “Knock Me Down” and “Higher Ground” topped the charts.

In 1990, the band signed with Warner Bros Records and converted Houdini’s former mansion into a studio. In 1991, they released Blood Sugar Magik, one of their most successful albums. The single “Give It Away” would earn them a Grammy, while “Under the Bridge” became one of their defining songs.

Yet success would bring its own difficulties. Frusciante felt that the band grew too popular, creating tension with the other members. By 1992, when the band headlined Lollapalooza, Arik Marshall replaced Frusciante. Marshall was himself replaced with Jesse Tobias, who was then replaced by Dave Navarro.

Again, tensions rose within the band. Kiedis returned to drug use, while Navarro did not enjoy the band’s musical style. The band released One Hot Minute in 1995, which featured a heavier style that Navarro preferred. However, after touring, Navarro decided to leave the band.

The band brought Frusciante back, though he had faced his own drug issues after his original departure. But by coming back, he brought back much of the band’s original sound. In 1999, the band released Californication to much critical acclaim.

Perhaps more mature, the band was much closer and released By the Way in 2002. In 2006, the band released Stadium Arcadium, another hit. The album would go on to win five Grammy’s. After the tour for Stadium Arcadium, the band went on hiatus, focusing on personal developments or solo projects.

During this time, Frusciante left once again, with Josh Klinghoffer replacing him. The band released I’m with You in 2011, again a critical hit. The band’s eleventh album, The Getaway, is scheduled to be released on June 17, 2016.

Top 3 Red Hot Chili Peppers Tracks:

Californication
Scar Tissue
Under the Bridge

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