History Trivia / RedHotChiliPeppers

15th Nov '17 9:54:21 AM NullaLexInk
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** [=DeWayne McKnight=] recorded with the band only once on the aforementioned Blues For Meister, and played three shows with them while he was an official member of the band before being fired.
** Arik Marshall never recorded an album or wrote a song with the band during his tenure with them, although he did play several high profile shows with them, namely Hollywood Rock and Lollapalooza. Also, he appeared with the band on TheSimpsons episode "Krusty Gets Kancelled".

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** [=DeWayne McKnight=] recorded with the band only once on the aforementioned Blues For Meister, and played three shows with them while he was an official member of the band before being fired.
fired. One of the shows, at a place called Alcohol Salad, was recorded professionally, but it remains unreleased.
** Arik Marshall never recorded an album or wrote a song with the band during his tenure with them, tenure, although he did play several high profile shows with them, namely Hollywood Rock and Lollapalooza. Also, he appeared with the band on TheSimpsons episode "Krusty Gets Kancelled".



** After Frusciante left for the first time, Zander Schloss of Circle Jerks was called in to be his replacement, but again, he lacked chemistry with the band, and so an entire leg of the tour was cancelled (however, some still consider his four days with the band an official tenure - For a long time, he was listed as a full member at Wiki/TheOtherWiki.

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** After Frusciante left for the first time, Zander Schloss of Circle Jerks was called in to be his replacement, but again, he lacked chemistry with the band, and so an entire leg of the tour was cancelled (however, some still consider his four days with the band an official tenure - For a long time, he was listed as a full member at Wiki/TheOtherWiki. Wiki/TheOtherWiki).



** Finally, there's Bob Forrest and Keith Morris, both of whom filled in for Anthony during some shows in the eighties. Keith filled in at least once, when Anthony was off scoring drugs, but Bob was closer to being an actual member than him, since one of the times he filled in for Anthony was during the month he was fired.

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** Finally, there's Bob Forrest and Keith Morris, both of whom Morris filled in for Anthony Kiedis during some shows in the eighties. Keith filled in at least once, one show, when Anthony he was off scoring drugs, but Bob was closer drugs and thus unavailable to being an actual member than him, since one play the play with the band. He didn't know the lyrics to any of the times songs so he filled in just screamed his way through the set.
** Ron Young was with the band
for about six weeks, after Anthony was during fired in 1986. Anthony became clean of his habit though, and the month band decided to take him back. Young says that they did some demos together, which he was fired.still has on a cassette tape "in a box somewhere," but that he would never release it, because he feels it would be disrespectful to do so.
26th Sep '17 4:10:07 PM BronyoftheOctaves
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** Fans have began to warm up to "One Hot Minute", realising that the album does contain many genuinely good songs and recognize the fact that not only did Navarro help the band mature and develop their sound to the point that it's easy to spot his influece on later albums, but that there is the very real possibility that the Chili Peppers wouldn't exist today without him. The One Hot Minute era was a very stressful time for everyone involved and the band considers it a low point in their career, it is very likely that the Chili Peppers would have split up had Dave not stepped in at the right moment.

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** Fans have began to warm up to "One Hot Minute", realising that the album does contain many genuinely good songs and recognize the fact that not only did Navarro help the band mature and develop their sound to the point that it's easy to spot his influece on later albums, but that there is the very real possibility that the Chili Peppers wouldn't exist today without him. The One Hot Minute era was a very stressful time for everyone involved and the band considers it a low point in their career, it is very likely that the Chili Peppers would have split up had Dave not stepped in at the right moment. The reputation of ''One Hot Minute'' also is better appreciated and less blamed due to the fact it was considered a ToughActToFollow with ''Blood Sugar Sex Magik'' and '''''especially''''' when ''Californication'' dropped when the band reunited with John.
30th Aug '17 6:42:56 PM nombretomado
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** Flea and then-guitarist Dave Navarro were in AlanisMorissette's "You Oughta Know".

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** Flea and then-guitarist Dave Navarro were in AlanisMorissette's Music/AlanisMorissette's "You Oughta Know".
8th Jul '17 9:36:03 AM nombretomado
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** After Frusciante left for the first time, Zander Schloss of Circle Jerks was called in to be his replacement, but again, he lacked chemistry with the band, and so an entire leg of the tour was cancelled (however, some still consider his four days with the band an official tenure - For a long time, he was listed as a full member at {{TheOtherWiki}}.

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** After Frusciante left for the first time, Zander Schloss of Circle Jerks was called in to be his replacement, but again, he lacked chemistry with the band, and so an entire leg of the tour was cancelled (however, some still consider his four days with the band an official tenure - For a long time, he was listed as a full member at {{TheOtherWiki}}.Wiki/TheOtherWiki.
10th Mar '17 11:39:00 PM Veggieman
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** Fans have began to warm up to "One Hot Minute", realising that the album does contain many genuinely good songs and recognize the fact that not only did Navarro help the band mature and develop their sound to the point that it's easy to spot his influece on later albums, but that there is the very real possibility that the Chili Peppers wouldn't today without him. The One Hot Minute era was a very stressful time for everyone involved and the band considers it a low point in their career, it is very likely that the Chili Peppers would have split up had Dave not stepped in at the right moment.

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** Fans have began to warm up to "One Hot Minute", realising that the album does contain many genuinely good songs and recognize the fact that not only did Navarro help the band mature and develop their sound to the point that it's easy to spot his influece on later albums, but that there is the very real possibility that the Chili Peppers wouldn't exist today without him. The One Hot Minute era was a very stressful time for everyone involved and the band considers it a low point in their career, it is very likely that the Chili Peppers would have split up had Dave not stepped in at the right moment.
10th Mar '17 11:38:09 PM Veggieman
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*** This has started to change. As of 2016 the band have been incorperating more older songs and songs from One Hot Minute into their setlists.



* Josh has stated that he loves music and doesn't care about fame or success, although he doesn't resent them the way Frusciante did.



** Dave Navarro is currently hosting the reality show "Ink Masters".
** Flea voiced Donnie on "The Wild Thornberrys"
** Anthony Kiedis has had a few acting jobs too, most notably a short appearance in the film "Point Break".
** Josh has performed as a touring musician for Gnarles Barkley and sings lead vocals for his band Dot Hacker.
** Josh has appeared alongside Christina Aguilera in a 2011 World Hunger Relief PSA, playing an acoustic version of Aguilera's song "beautiful".



** Many fans viewed ''By The Way'' as a complete sellout in its day. Since the band returned to their funkier sound for ''Stadium Arcadium'', a lot of fans went back to ''By The Way'' and found it was far better than they expected.

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** Many fans viewed ''By The Way'' as a complete sellout in its day. Since the band returned to their funkier sound for ''Stadium Arcadium'', a lot of fans went back to ''By The Way'' and found it was far better than they expected.expected.
**Fans have began to warm up to "One Hot Minute", realising that the album does contain many genuinely good songs and recognize the fact that not only did Navarro help the band mature and develop their sound to the point that it's easy to spot his influece on later albums, but that there is the very real possibility that the Chili Peppers wouldn't today without him. The One Hot Minute era was a very stressful time for everyone involved and the band considers it a low point in their career, it is very likely that the Chili Peppers would have split up had Dave not stepped in at the right moment.
21st Jun '16 12:59:42 PM gewunomox
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** However, probably one of the biggest "Could Have Beens" is the fact that before they recruited Jesse Tobias, {{Buckethead}} auditioned without even knowing any of the band's songs. Despite that, the band still applauded "raucously" after he finished playing, but he was passed over because the band was looking for someone who could "kick a groove."

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** However, probably one of the biggest "Could Have Beens" is the fact that before they recruited Jesse Tobias, {{Buckethead}} Music/{{Buckethead}} auditioned without even knowing any of the band's songs. Despite that, the band still applauded "raucously" after he finished playing, but he was passed over because the band was looking for someone who could "kick a groove."
4th May '16 5:32:56 PM aye_amber
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* TheOtherDarrin: Four drummers and eight guitarists have been official members of the band. While every drummer recorded with the band at least once (Cliff Martinez played on the first two albums, Jack Irons on their 1983 demo and on their third album, and [[Music/DeadKennedys D.H. Peligro]] recorded a song called "Blues For Meister". Additionally, he received writing credits on several Blood Sugar Sex Magick songs), some of the guitarists weren't so lucky. Jack Irons has averted this by becoming famous with PearlJam.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Four drummers and eight guitarists have been official members of the band. While every drummer recorded with the band at least once (Cliff Martinez played on the first two albums, Jack Irons on their 1983 demo and on their third album, and [[Music/DeadKennedys D.H. Peligro]] recorded a song called "Blues For Meister". Additionally, he received writing credits on several Blood Sugar Sex Magick songs), some of the guitarists weren't so lucky. Jack Irons has averted this by becoming famous with PearlJam.Music/PearlJam.
4th May '16 3:25:29 PM onionmaster
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** The band's second, barely started Dave Navarro album 'Circle Of The Noose', was called off because John Frusciante wanted to return to the band, and they had stylistic differences with Dave. The title track and a jam session eventually leaked, but it is likely the band would have gone off in a more psychedelic direction. Both Flea and Dave have spoken fondly of 'Circle Of The Noose' previously, and both consequently were happy when it leaked.
** The band debuted "Bunker Hill" whilst performing live in 1998, and performed it several times before dropping it. At this point it was known by the longer title of "These Are Not My Dreams Of Bunker Hill". It was an important song for much of the Californication sessions, being rejected partly largely because the band had written a lot of songs and as an older song, Anthony became indifferent to it after a while. A B-Side version was prepared but remained unreleased because Flea couldn't come up with a bassline he liked. After neither Californication nor any of its singles featured the song, the band became inundated with requests for it. Eventually a version with some remixing and a new bassline was released in 2003, with several demo and rough mixes eventually leaking in 2014. Anthony also alluded to the song in his Scar Tissue book. Due to its live performances, many have wondered what it would have been like had the song been released in the Californication period like it was originally intended to.
27th Nov '15 5:16:14 PM nombretomado
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* CelebrityResemblance: Chad and Creator/WillFerrell are nearly identical, something which has lead to them challenging each other to a drum contest in 2014. Chad [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uBOtQOO70Y won.]] (with Will resorting to [[SaturdayNightLive a cowbell]] at a certain point, of course)

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* CelebrityResemblance: Chad and Creator/WillFerrell are nearly identical, something which has lead to them challenging each other to a drum contest in 2014. Chad [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uBOtQOO70Y won.]] (with Will resorting to [[SaturdayNightLive [[Series/SaturdayNightLive a cowbell]] at a certain point, of course)
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