Red Hot Chili Peppers

Blood Sugar Sex Magik


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Blood Sugar Sex Magik is the fifth studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on September 24, 1991 by Warner Bros. Records. Produced by Rick Rubin, its musical style differed notably from the techniques employed on the band's previous album Mother's Milk (1989), and featured minimal use of heavy metal guitar riffs. The album's subject matter incorporates sexual innuendos and references to drugs and death, as well as themes of lust and exuberance. The album is dedicated to Minutemen bassist Mike Watt[3] who Flea declared "a fucking cool guy".

Blood Sugar Sex Magik peaked at number three on the US Billboard 200, and produced the hit singles "Under the Bridge", "Give It Away", "Suck My Kiss", "Breaking the Girl", and "If You Have to Ask". It was the Chili Peppers' introduction into worldwide popularity and critical acclaim, although guitarist John Frusciante quit the band mid-tour in 1992 (returning in 1998) due to his inability to cope with its popularity. The album is recognized as an influential and seminal component of the alternative rock explosion of the early 1990s, with Steve Huey of AllMusic calling it "probably the best album the Chili Peppers will ever make".

Tracklist

A1 The Power Of Equality 4:00
A2 If You Have To Ask 4:11
A3 Breaking The Girl 5:03
A4 Funky Monks 5:22
A5 Suck My Kiss 3:35
B1 I Could Have Lied 4:10
B2 Mellowship Slinky In B Major 4:00
B3 The Righteous & The Wicked 4:05
B4 Give It Away 4:45
C1 Blood Sugar Sex Magik 4:31
C2 Under The Bridge 4:34
C3 Naked In The Rain 4:30
C4 Apache Rose Peacock 4:43
D1 The Greeting Song 3:14
D2 My Lovely Man 4:45
D3 Sir Psycho Sexy 8:24
D4 They're Red Hot 1:44

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