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One Hot Minute

Red Hot Chili Peppers Audio CD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
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One Hot Minute + Californication (Vinyl) + By the Way (Vinyl)
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1. Warped
2. Aeroplane
3. Deep Kick
4. My Friends
5. Coffee Shop
6. Pea
7. One Big Mob
8. Walkabout
9. Tearjerker
10. One Hot Minute
11. Falling Into Grace
12. Shallow Be Thy Game
13. Transcending

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One Hot Minute was the first and only album to feature the talents of guitarist Dave Navarro, formerly of Jane's Addiction. A difficult sixth album, especially after the phenomenal success of Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik; in true form, the band beats a p-funk groove, be it bittersweet ballad or abrasive punk. More progressive than their previous offerings, songs like "One Big Mob" and "Warped" blur the fine line between frenetic power-metal and intense psychedelia. At the quieter end of this infinitely coloured spectrum are the signature ballads for which they are so revered and "My Friends" does the job perfectly. One Hot Minute has got everything a Chili Peppers record should need and then some, as their music grows in all manner of wondrous new directions. --David Trueman

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Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ One Hot Minute

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4.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing Chili Peppers Sound..... April 13 2006
Format:Audio CD
This album is underated and should be listened to more! Forget "Californication" and "By The Way" this is the true Chili Peppers album. Oh get over it John Frusciante fan's , Dave Navarro filled in brilliantly and gave them a new reffreshing sound! Im not saying Frusciante is bad , but give NAVARRO A CHANCE! Anyways on to the review.
"One Hot Minute" has many great song's. The Top 8 tracks are :
1) "Warped" - Phycedelic rock fest. Starts the album off great.
2) "Aeorplane" - Classic chili! Funky and Fun , Catchey and a very hot video!
3) "My Freinds" - The one song that did well on the album is truley a great one! Pretty and catchey.
4) "Coffee Shop" - Riffy , rocky , funky and of course fun! Really highlighs Dave Navarro.
5)"One Big Mob" - This song brings us back to the 80's! Raping , funky and a hell of alot of energy put into it!
6) "Pea" - Flea , his voice and his bass. Say no more!
7) "Walkabout" - This is a fun , cool , mellow and easy going track. Close your eyes and drift away!
8) "Tearjerker" - Written about the late great Kurt Cobain. Beutifull catchey track. Also if all you "Californication" fans would give this song a chance you would love it.
Now those are just the highlights of the album. The rest is great to! So give it a
listen see what you think and chances are you will love it!
Also I would like to get it straight I was in no way dissing "Californication" or
"By The Way". They have there great moments as well!
P.S.
WHY DONT THE RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS PLAY THIS STUFF LIVE ANYMORE!!!
Cheers!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hard album to make May 5 2004
Format:Audio CD
After 1991's classic album Blood Sugar Sex Magik, the Red Hot Chili Peppers were massive. They had become household names and had several hit singles off that album. The euphoria however was short lived, as mid-way through the tour that followed the album, guitarist John Frusciante became disillusioned with fame and left the band.
The Chili's somehow had to fill the huge void left by Frusciante, and had a number of different fill-in guitarists to complete the tour. They eventually settled with Dave Navarro, formerly of Janes Addiction fame, and in 1995, they set about working on the follow up to what was their best album to date.
Obviously upon its release, expectations were high. There was obviously going to be a slightly different change in sound, as Frusciante had such a unique style. But the resulting album 'One Hot Minute' was released, and was not well received. The sound of the band had changed quite considerably, and in many peoples eyes, not for the better. However, in my own personal view, this album shows a different side of the Chili's, but not a worse side. I really like the album, its very varied from start to finish. Dark in some places, jovial in others. Here is a summary of my opinions of the tracks.
'Warped' - A noisy start to the album, at first it seems a bit too disjointed, but it is definitely a grower, and one of the highlights
'Aeroplane' - A true Chili's classic. Funky as hell, and a great colourful video.
'Deep kick' - Kiedis spends a couple of minutes waffling on about nonsense, before breaking into a bouncy/heavy/funky track
'My Friends' - Ballad number 1 on the album, and almost sounds a little like the classic under the bridge. Nice track.
'Coffee shop' - A great funk rock fest, with bizarre lyrics, and a brilliant slap bass line.
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5.0 out of 5 stars RHCP's 2nd Most Successful Release At This Point April 1 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
1st of all you should by an album because you like it, not because it goes platinum like it seems alot of these "new" RHCP fans did when they bought "Californication" and the worst sounding RHCP album to date- "By The Way". I'm surprised "By The Way" even went gold, let alone platinum. "One Hot Minute", however, did go platinum and it was the Red Hot Chili Peppers' 2nd album to get that little platinum sticker put on the cover, but now record stores only put the sticker on "Blood Sugar Sex Majik," their 1st platinum album. OHM was my 1st RHCP cd and I got it for Christmas the first year it came out. When I first heard it, I hated it. I assumed this was the RHCP sound because this was the 1st time I heard them. After awhile of listening to this album though, it began to grow on me and it's now one of my favorite RHCP albums. It's different than any of their others, but definately very original and the music sounds awesome. Dave Navarro (also known for his guitar playing in his band "Jane's Addiction") was an amazing addition to the band. You can also find him performing with the chili peppers on "Love Rollercoaster" off of the "Beavis And Butt-head Do America" soundtrack and performing at probably their most famous concert-Woodstock '94 in the lightbulb suits. His version of "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Majik" on that album is awesome and makes the song alot heavier than the studio version. This version of BSSM on Woodstock '94 really shows that Dave was probably their best live guitarist they ever had and will probably ever have. In pop music, an album like OHM had never really been released before. It's their most inventive album to date. My favorite RHCP is their 1980's songs off their 1st 4 albums. They were their funkiest back then. BSSM is also unbelievable as well, obviously. Read more ›
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2.0 out of 5 stars Their low point
Despite constant member changes the Peppers have proved to be one of the most reliable groups around and they seem to reveal more and more talent in their writing as years go by . Read more
Published on July 19 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars One Hot Minute
One Hot Minute~ The Red Hot Chili Peppers is a truly amazing album with good riffs and the peppers being their bad ass best. I loved ever second of it...5/5...
Published on July 15 2004 by B. Viberg
4.0 out of 5 stars none so bad
i like this album. it is definatly a mixed bag, but i like it. Dave Navarro is not John F. and though their work sounds more manicured with him, it makes it sound more precise... Read more
Published on June 27 2004 by rilabee chime
4.0 out of 5 stars One of my favorites.
I don't really care what people say about this album. People think it sucks because Frusciante isn't there. Read more
Published on May 15 2004 by dan
5.0 out of 5 stars Red Hot Minute
This album has great singles, great tracks, and great playing all over it. I listened to the whole thing without skipping a second! Read more
Published on May 9 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars one of the best cds ever
I think that this is flea's best cd. On the tracks "coffee shop" and "falling into grace" he goes into the slapping solos which I find amazing. Read more
Published on April 14 2004 by jer hupp
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best
As the title states this album is one of the Chili's best. Even without John it's still great. This album is all about the bass. Read more
Published on April 12 2004 by Alec
4.0 out of 5 stars Not RHCP's best, but definitely a worthwhile album
This album gets a bad rap because Dave Navarro replaced the amazing John Frusciante and the band didn't seem as complete as on BSSM. Read more
Published on April 1 2004 by GJB
1.0 out of 5 stars Lame-a-doodle-doo
This came out right around the time that Dave Navarro was unveiling his fresh new "[...]" look, and beginning to forsake technical guitar wizardry for alterna-spank. Read more
Published on March 25 2004 by Christopher Adcock
1.0 out of 5 stars Huh?
I find it interesting that more people reviewed this album than some of the RHCP's other albums. Maybe because pretty boy Navarro took his head out of his rear end long enough to... Read more
Published on Feb. 24 2004 by Dokter Pogo
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