Red Hot Chili Peppers Play ‘One Hot Minute’ Song With Frusciante

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Red Hot Chili Peppers recently performed “Pea” off of the Dave Navarro 1995 RHCP album One Hot Minute, with John Frusciante and Chad Smith joining in at the end, as seen below from Chicago.

Chad Smith recently told Apple Music About The New Song “Tippa My Tongue” and Releasing a Second Double Album This Year…

“We’re just so happy to be making music again. Like most people, and creative people, and artists, to be able to have that opportunity to go out and play concerts and play new music. We wrote a lot of songs during the pandemic time and we recorded them all. We just wanted this next record to be an extension of ‘Unlimited Love’. It stands on its own. We felt like we had so many songs that we love that we just need to have them all come out, and we don’t want to put them all out at once. Here’s the second batch and it’s just as important.

And just as effervescent to use your word, and joyful and happy. The cool thing about our band is one of the things I think is kind of whatever we do, it sounds like the Chili Peppers. You got Anthony’s voice, is so identifiable. And then you got the band, which has a unique sound. Of course, having John Frusciante back in our band again, we’ve got that chemistry going and we just want to share it with everybody.

I told Anthony, I said, often you try to figure out which song is the first one to come out off the record. I just said this one’s got more hooks than a fishing tackle box. It’s got some Hendrixy riffs, and it’s got some P-Funk and it’s got Chili Peppers. I love it. I just think it’s a great song.”

Chad Smith Tells Apple Music About New Song “Tippa My Tongue” and Releasing a Second Double Album This Year…

We’re just so happy to be making music again. Like most people, and creative people, and artists, to be able to have that opportunity to go out and play concerts and play new music. We wrote a lot of songs during the pandemic time and we recorded them all. We just wanted this next record to be an extension of ‘Unlimited Love’. It stands on its own. We felt like we had so many songs that we love that we just need to have them all come out, and we don’t want to put them all out at once. Here’s the second batch and it’s just as important. And just as effervescent to use your word, and joyful and happy. The cool thing about our band is one of the things I think is kind of whatever we do, it sounds like the Chili Peppers. You got Anthony’s voice, is so identifiable. And then you got the band, which has a unique sound. Of course, having John Frusciante back in our band again, we’ve got that chemistry going and we just want to share it with everybody. I told Anthony, I said, often you try to figure out which song is the first one to come out off the record. I just said this one’s got more hooks than a fishing tackle box. It’s got some Hendrixy riffs, and it’s got some P-Funk and it’s got Chili Peppers. I love it. I just think it’s a great song.

Chad Smith Tells Apple Music About The Band’s Unique Chemistry…

…we’re comfortable with each other. We do have a special chemistry, the four of us. Even the five of us with Rick, like you mentioned, and it just comes really easy. We just know instinctively because we played together so much what to play and how to play. Everyone’s such a good listener. And all that experience of playing together. It came together really pretty effortlessly.