The "Around the World" single appeared in two parts, each backed with a pair of b-sides. This is part 1.
The title track is a funky, driven piece, opening with a raging distorted bass run before blasting into an oddball, scratchy, funky verse. It's a decent tune, although it's on "Californication", so it's unlikely anyone would buy it for this.
The b-sides on part 1 are from the Teatro sessions, demos worked up before the album-- "Parallel Universe" hadn't changed much-- the bass and guitar are separated (you can really hear the metallic edge in Flea's bassplaying) a bit more, but other than that, it's about the same thing. The "Teatro Jam" piece features a somewhat irritating guitar riff and some superb playing from Chad Smith and Flea, but truthfully, it's not all that listenable.
In the end, this one is probably best for collector's only.