Red Hot Chili Peppers
Blood Sugar Sex Magic

  2 x LP   standard   33⅓rpm   

Originally released in 1991 - 2012 EU reissue on vinyl 2LP-The band hadnt yet broken Anthony Kiedis was exploring acting the evidence his cameo in Point Break Then the Peppers went touchyfeely and multiplatinum with ballads such as Under the Bridge T...

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Release date 03-09-2012 (Originally released in 1991)

2012 EU reissue on standard 2xLP- The Red Hot Chili Peppers' best album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik benefits immensely from Rick Rubin's production -- John Frusciante's guitar is less overpoweringly noisy, leaving room for differing textures and clearer lines, while the band overall is more focused and less indulgent, even if some of the grooves drag on too long. 

Tracks:

LP1:
A1     The Power Of Equality
A2     If You Have To Ask
A3     Breaking The Girl
A4     Funky Monks
A5     Suck My Kiss

B1     I Could Have Lied
B2     Mellowship Slinky In B Major
B3     The Righteous & The Wicked
B4     Give It Away


LP2:

C1     Blood Sugar Sex Magik
C2     Under The Bridge
C3     Naked In The Rain
C4     Apache Rose Peacock

D1     The Greeting Song
D2     My Lovely Man
D3     Sir Psycho Sexy
D4     They're Red Hot

The Red Hot Chili Peppers' best album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik benefits immensely from Rick Rubin's production -- John Frusciante's guitar is less overpoweringly noisy, leaving room for differing textures and clearer lines, while the band overall is more focused and less indulgent, even if some of the grooves drag on too long. Lyrically, Anthony Kiedis is as preoccupied with sex as ever, whether invoking it as his muse, begging for it, or boasting in great detail about his prowess, best showcased on the infectiously funky singles "Give It Away" and "Suck My Kiss." However, he tempers his testosterone with a more sensitive side, writing about the emotional side of failed relationships ("Breaking the Girl," "I Could Have Lied"), his drug addictions ("Under the Bridge" and an elegy for Hillel Slovak, "My Lovely Man"), and some hippie-ish calls for a peaceful utopia. Three of those last four songs (excluding "My Lovely Man") mark the band's first consistent embrace of lilting acoustic balladry, and while it's not what Kiedis does best as a vocalist, these are some of the album's finest moments, varying and expanding the group's musical and emotional range. Frusciante departed after the supporting tour, leaving Blood Sugar Sex Magik as probably the best album the Chili Peppers will ever make.

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): standard
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Warner Brothers
Originally released: 1991
This release: 2012
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