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Uplift Mofo Party

Red Hot Chili Peppers Audio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
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1. Fight Like A Brave
2. Funky Crime
3. Me And My Friends
4. Backwoods
5. Skinny Sweaty Man
6. Behind The Sun
7. Subterranean Homesick Blues
8. Special Secret Song Inside
9. No Chump Love Sucker
10. Walkin' On Down The Road
11. Love Trilogy
12. Organic Anti-Beat Box Band

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Avec un titre déjanté reflétant bien l'état d'esprit du groupe, ce troisième album des Red Hot Chili Peppers place la barre encore très, très haut. Plus explosif que jamais, le quartette de Los Angeles se montre tout aussi efficace que corrosif. Inspirés et maîtrisant à souhait un son où funk et rock lourd font bon ménage, les Red Hot gravent certains des meilleurs morceaux de leur riche carrière avec "Fight Like A Brave" et "Behind The Sun". A noter, le traitement tout personnel donné au "Subterranean Homesick Blues" de Bob Dylan ainsi que la participation active de membres de Fishbone. Un must. --Cyril Deluermoz

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5.0 out of 5 stars ...and thus the mofo was uplifted Nov. 23 2003
Format:Audio CD
First of all, I purchased this at a record store, along with "Freaky Styley" this morning, and I fell in love with both upon first listen. To me I liked this one beacause it took P-funk, they perfected upon last release, and added hard rock guitars to most of the songs. I personaly get the remaster because not only does it come with a couple of instrumental demos( which are acually are pretty good ), but the 80's remasters are one of the few remasters that atually deliver much better sound quality. I compared the mofo songs off of "what hits?" to the ones here, and the sound was astronomically superior. As far as the songs go, they are all awesome, although I overplayed some off of what hits? Which I originally got to see which albums to buy first.
TO pretty much sum things up, this is a fast, funky, heavy, and all around fun album to purchase.
P.S. This, and the other three remasters had warning lables on them. I don't think anyone really cares, but just as a heads up in case you do.
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4.0 out of 5 stars red hot, they are, yes? 4.5 four and a half stars Sept. 15 2003
By someguy
Format:Audio CD
Get this, not the remaster. It's good. One sign of a very good band is that they progress and change sound with each album, whether it sounds good or not. In the case of the peppers, it worked every time. This album shows them when if you listened to them people thought you were cool-not that they don't anyway. I would say this album has more rock guitar on it, but listen to Funky Crime-Slovak has his stuff together. Behind the sun sounds kind of like breaking the Girl, but the bass is cool. Speaking of which, Flea sounds insane on this album. Me and My Friends has a really cool intro on bass, and I like Fight like a Brave. Subterrainean Homesick Blues is an interesting take on the song. Skinny sweaty Man, although kind of a 3-listen throwaway, is excellent-"His FammLEE DAHCTAH's DAHCTA SOOsE!", and shows how extremely competent and capable the band is. Speaking of which, try Love Trilogy-The lyrics are fine, but the tempo change in the middle is breathtaking. My favorite song is Funky Crime, but Organic Anti-beat Box Band is really cool-"the party's got girls and the girls got hot, the party's got boys and the boys got socks!" For sure. Hardcore garage Psychedelic Funkabilly. Reccommended in the highest way.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Uplift Mofo Party Plan Aug. 24 2002
Format:Audio CD
The Uplift Mofo Party Plan is the 3rd album of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. The first 2 were beautiful experiences but none of them was as much a quality album as Uplift Mofo.
Every song is amazing and unique. Flea and Hillel make Uplift Mofo the definitive party cd. Anthony isn't the best singer in the world but his voice is very special. 'Fight Like A Brave' displays an everlasting energy and it stands for the whole album.
'Backwoods' has got Kiedis' best rapping part ever. 'Behind The Sun' is a melodic song about relaxing on the beach and has a beautiful guitar part in the middle.
'Subterranean Homesick Blues' is a rap cover of Bob Dylan and much better than the original. The funkiest song the Peppers had ever released is 'Special Secret Song Inside'. Funny lyrics, great vocals and one of the best guitar solos. 'Walking Down The Road' is a bass masterpiece and 'Organic Anti-Beat Box Band' makes me wanna freak out.
'Uplift Mofo Party Plan' is one of the best albums by the most creative and (by that time) funky band in the world. Buy it and have a nice party!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Includes Crazed Energy Aug. 3 2002
By Ironman
Format:Audio CD
This is my third favorite Chili pepper cd behind the untouchable BloodSugarSexMagik and Mother's Milk. The songs on this cd are all fast, all full of energy, and for the most part all good.
Fight Like A Brave- I'm so glad this song finally got recognition on the Tony Hawk 3 soundtrack. This is a great rap type song with a good solo by Slovak. A
Funky Crime- a little too strange for my tastes and the lyrics bother me a little. Also I think the vocals can become quite annoying at times but still worth a listen. C+
Me and My Friends- very fast and very good. This really gives you a feeling of what the Chili peppers were all about. Listen to this and then Californication and see the change. A
Backwoods- a great great great song with awesome bass and a catchy refrain. I especially like the one minute rap towards the end. One of my favorites. A
Skinny Sweaty Man- funny yet somehow annoying. Only a minute long but i still skip over it. C+
Behind the Sun- the slowest and most melodic song. Kind of like the Scar Tissue of the cd. A
Subterranean Homesick Blues- another rap song. The vocals and bass really stand out. B
Secret Song- funny with a good tune. I'm sure everyone knows the lyrics to this song by now so I'll say no more except the solo in the middle is the best on the cd. A
No Chump Love Sucker- very very fast. Flea actually cut himself playing this so fast on his bass. This takes Skinny Sweaty man to school. A-
Walkin' On Down the Road- the funkiest by far and also the second slowest. This is my favorite on the cd besides Backwoods just because it is so different and I like the instrumental area in the middle. The bass stands out.
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Format:Audio CD
In the band's second released album which is pre-Blood Sugar Sex Magik, their major commercial break through, the Chili Pepper's display numerous unique characteristics in their music that their latter releases lack. Even though this is not necasserily a negetivity, these difference allow the artists to convey an early, raw collaboratioin of funk, rap, punk, and rock that evntually would lead to the inspirtiion of their more modern works and revolutionize a sound that as unheard of on it's release, 1987. Like all of the Red Hot Chili Pepper's album's their is a total oiginal sound that is heard, however, in this example it seem's to be displayed in a untammed intensity. This level of sond is achieved by the efforts of Hillel Slovak's perfectly placed and perfectly constrcted guitar riffs, accompanied by, arguably the best modern day bassist, Flea and his agressive slaps and pops that demonstrate a new level of funk which ar both backed by incredible, up-tempo drum beats. All are, of course, brought together by the creative, and impacting lyrics of Anthony Keidis. This is an excellent dispay of many musical genres ad all of their componants and is highly recommended as a compilation of early Red Hot Chili Pepper's music that is not found in an of their more recent works, that prove to still be al time favorites.
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4.0 out of 5 stars This is why they're "Red Hot"!
Of all the "Red Hot Chili Peppers" albums, if I had to choose my favorite, this would easily be it. To me, even though other albums are great, this is exactly what made the band... Read more
Published on Feb. 16 2004 by H3@+h
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Classic
Whether you like the old-school funk-rock of the Red Hot Chili Peppers or the new-school rock w/ amazing guitar playing in the Red Hot Chili Peppers, you'll still love this CD. Read more
Published on April 20 2003 by "mrz16m"
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome
This is a must have cd for a fan and collector, because its very up-beat, fun, and funky. Damn fine lyrics, and all. Reminds me of how cool Hillel Slovak was with the band. Read more
Published on Feb. 19 2003
5.0 out of 5 stars Almost there
This is a great original Red Hot Chili Peppers Masterpiece. Its not quite the cd Blood Sugar sex Magic is but its damn close. This cd ranks second out of all of their cds. Read more
Published on Jan. 2 2003
3.0 out of 5 stars first funkpunkrapmetal
ok i think we can safely say that this should be the first documentation of the fusion of punk,funk,rock,rap and metal right? Read more
Published on May 9 2002 by edmeador
5.0 out of 5 stars PURE FUNK
This is the Chili Peppers masterpiece. If u like the slow ballads like Under The Bridge or the mainstream pop of Give It Away then this aint for you. Read more
Published on Nov. 27 2001 by Brandon Walsh
5.0 out of 5 stars The Red Hot Chili Peppers at thier finest
Quite simply, this album is amazing! It is the last album recorded with Hillel Slovak and Jack Irons. It is a great display of just how incredibly talented this band is. Read more
Published on Nov. 23 2001 by Jessie
4.0 out of 5 stars A Classic that shouldn't be overlooked
This cd is truly one of the greats. Even with the classics (Fight Like a Brave, Behind the Sun, and Me and My Friends), this cd has killer songs. Read more
Published on Nov. 4 2001
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