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4.2 out of 5 stars 131 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (Sept. 13 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000002MTR
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 131 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,940 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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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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Certified Multi-Platinum (2 times) by the RIAA. (9/01)

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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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The 2 stars is not for the music
The description is Misleading this is a regular Warner Bros, black LP with regular stock cover.
THIS IS NOT AR RED LP AND NO LENTICULAR COVER.

other then that music is good. this album is so underrated
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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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I have been a Peppers fan for a couple of months, and I got this CD last night. It isn't horribly bad or anything, its just very different sounding, I'm assuming because they had a different guitar player. Warped is a pretty good song, except for the 'warped' voice thingy in the beginning. I thought that was kinda weird. Aeroplane is good, and so is Deep Kick. My Friends is probably the best song on the CD. I was very impressed by it. I dont really like Coffee Shop for some reason, dunno why. I absolutely HATE Pea, and I'm glad its so short. I mean the last half of it is just a bunch of curses (where's the explicit lyrics label on this thing?), and the first lyrics are weird, something about being a teeny tiny ant? One Big Mob is alright, but I dont like how its fast, then is slow for a reaaalllyy long time, then fast.. If it wasnt slow for so long, it'd be better. I dont really like Walkabout, Tearjerker is okay. Dont like the last three songs. Exactly how many times does Anthony say um, that one word in Transcending? Eight? Once again, where is the warning label? And there is just something that I dont like about the CD altogether..it seems like there is too much going on at once, all the instruments or something..I dunno.. I gave it three stars because of tracks 1-4, and I really like the whole 'storybook' theme. But this album is a little too dark and depressing for me. I give the Peppers credit though, for trying something new, and I understand that they had been through some hard times. This just isnt a real enjoyable album for me.
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"Tearjerker" gets into your heart, "One Big Mob" gets into your head, and "Aeroplane" gets into your throat and can't stop. From top to bottom this album reaks of excellence. Though darker than other Chili albums, this disc marks an end of mindless fun for the band and the start of something even better--the truth. Listen to (or read) the plaintive lyrics of "Warped" and the honesty of this recording will be impossible to deny. And, like the other Chili albums, it is unbelievably enjoyable. Dave Nevarro brings a psychotic-genius sound to One Hot Minute that provides a tuning fork, harmonizing Flea's incredible bass with Keidis' soulful singing (he's been taking LOTS of voice lessons for this one). The hilights include: "Deep Kick" where Nevarro goes off the deep end, Flea and his bass ascend to heaven, and Keidis keeps slapping the listener with his words ; "Transcending" where a solemn-smooth-fun-funky ode to a friend turns into something hell would envy, but God owns the rights to ; and the best-of-the-best, "One Big Mob" which is a completely perfect creation, propogated by the finest riff Flea has ever done, Nevarro's sympathetic and maniacal guitar genius, the inspiring/blood-pumping lyrics of Keidis, and the backup of one great big mob (Aw yeah!) This song will take you to the moon, then bring you to your knees, then take you back to the heavens another big hunk of cheese.
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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. Flea's poppin' and slappin' is found all over this album. Navarro's guitar skills are excellent and make the whole album just flow. This album has traces of every genere of music from Funk to Metal.
My Top Five Tracks:
1. Aeroplane- Just a great song with an addicting chorus and
great bass line.
2. My Friends- Good acoustic qualities. Made it to Greatest
Hits.
3. Walkabout- Walking bass line and a smooth song. Basically a
poem with music added to it. Make that a great poem with
music.
4. One Big Mob- Reminds me of 80's Chili's stuff. Lots of
energy put into this one.
5. Pea- Flea bass solo. He also sings in it. Unexpected lyrics
made me laugh at first.
Overall Rating: A+
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