Uplift Mofo Part Plan - Red Hot Chili Peppers Reviews
Description:Artist: Red Hot Chili Peppers / Release Date: 1987 / Genre: Indie Rock & Punk
Newest Review: ... really performed all that well. However the raps which Tony Flow comes up with are so funky that you can't ignore it as he ... more
Customer Uplift Mofo Part Plan - Red Hot Chili Peppers Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
The third album from the Red Hot Chili Peppers came out in 1987. The Funk Rock band, led by Anthony Kiedis (on vocals) charted for the first time with this one as the founding line-up, who also included Flea on bass, Jack Irons as the drummer and the final full-length album appearance from Hillel Slovak on lead guitar (due to his drug-related death the following year). 1. "Fight Like A Brave" As they get things started here you see that they get right into the sort of thing which was expected to be found in the music from the band, based upon the albums prior to this as they get into the groove with something which combines their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/01, updated on 18/04/01 (Very useful, 193 readings)
Cited as the Red Hot Chili Peppers most drug-influenced album is perhaps one way of describing this album. One thing is for sure though, it represents a celebration of the four founding members of the band together at last on the same album. The previous two albums (Red Hot Chili Peppers and Freaky Styley) had hired session musicians playing at least one of the instruments in the band. On their self-titled first release, both the drummer (Cliff Martinez) and Guitarist (Jack Sherman) were both session musicians drafted in. This was due to the Chilis' founding guitarist and drummer (Hillel Slovak and Jack Irons) relative success with another band. With Freaky Styley, .. Read the complete review
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