"My Friends" was the second (and by far most successful) single off of "One Hot Minute". The track listings on Amazon are sometimes incorrect. Correctly, this single includes two tracks from "One Hot Minute"-- "My Friends" and "Coffee Shop" and two b-sides, "Let's Make Evil" and "Stretch".
The album tracks are among the best examples of the Dave Navarro-era Chili Peppers-- combining his layered guitars and sense of melodrama of Jane's Addiction with the energy and musicianship the Chili Peppers bring to the table, both pieces stand out well-- the title track for the single is a moody ballad with a great, wistful vocal, a superb guitar-theme, and a fantastic bridge. "Coffee Shop" is an explosive, punky piece with some absolutely jaw dropping bass playing from Flea.
The b-sides are, well, they feel like b-sides quite frankly-- "Let's Make Evil" is funky, aggressive and pretty goofy, "Stretch" is a bit more laid back, seeking a low key groove, but it doesn't really work with a guitarist like Navarro. In the end, they're really not worth pursuing unless you're a completionist.