One Hot Minute

Warner Bros.
Release date
20 Mar 2006
Running length
13 tracks
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1 Warped 4:13 153,669
2 Aeroplane 4:45 294,131
3 Deep Kick 6:37 128,723
4 My Friends 4:02 423,737
5 Coffee Shop 3:08 151,200
6 Pea 2:06 152,249
7 One Big Mob 4:42 121,029
8 Walkabout 1:53 137,924
9 Tearjerker 4:19 136,858
10 One Hot Minute 6:23 117,715
11 Falling Into Grace 3:48 121,028
12 Shallow Be Thy Game 4:37 104,962
13 Transcending 5:46 116,857

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One Hot Minute is the sixth studio album by American alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on September 12, 1995 on Warner Bros. Records.

The worldwide success of the band’s previous album, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, caused guitarist John Frusciante to become uncomfortable with their status, eventually quitting mid-tour in 1992. It would be the first and only album former Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro would record with the band. His presence altered the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ sound considerably.

One Hot Minute contains fewer sexual themes than previous records, and explores darker subject matters such as drug use, depression, anguish and grief. It also integrated use of heavy metal guitar riffs. Vocalist Anthony Kiedis, who had resumed addictions to cocaine and heroin in 1994 after being sober for more than five years, approached his lyricism with a reflective outlook on drugs and their harsh effects.

One Hot Minute was a commercial disappointment despite producing three hit singles and reaching #4 on the Billboard Top 200. Blood Sugar Sex Magik had sold twice as many copies as One Hot Minute and received far more critical acclaim. Navarro was ultimately fired from the band due to creative differences in 1998.

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  • spoonman039

    this album along with Californication is my favourite! they definitely should play it live

    8 Jul 10:24pm Reply
  • TheUselessGolem

    This and Stadium Arcadium are the only two Red Hot Chili Peppers albums I uneqivocally admire and enjoy start-to-finish listens of. Navarro was a fascinating foil for this group's (Johnless) talents.

    15 Jun 6:49pm Reply
  • TylerSymes

    This isn't as bad as people say.

    13 May 2:03am Reply
  • AndyWorck

    Blood Sugar and One Hot Minute are my two favourite albums and I love OHM equally with BSSM. It's not better or worse, it's just different, but still amazing! +Fun Fact: It's actually the first album with entirely original material (no covers)

    8 Mar 1:41am Reply
  • Purzel_PadauZ

    Flea almost single-handedly turned this one into a great album. He contributes most of the songwriting which is kinda great and the bass on this one is just als great as ever. I could never call it a bad album although i hate Dave Navarro.

    30 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Serggiio

    One of their bests album, and their best cover.

    8 Oct 2013 Reply
  • licoricepizza

    It's my favorite of theirs too, and that Mark Ryden cover is total win.

    20 Sep 2013 Reply
  • WillSaleh

    Great album.

    6 Jul 2013 Reply
  • RougeOF1212

    So, i'm not the only one who thinks this album is underrated?

    21 Jun 2013 Reply
  • steeveep

    So fucking underrated

    11 May 2013 Reply
  • Phyllobius

    Glad I'm not the only one who likes this album.

    18 Apr 2013 Reply
  • TerrierChad

    My favourite Chili's album. As much as I enjoy the Chili's this is the only album by them which I enjoy consistently from start to finish. Dave Navarro is amazing.

    23 Feb 2013 Reply
  • SimonePerrota

    Some very good songs aside, hell no. Navarro's guitar work on this is great but his layered approach doesn't always fit and I'm not crazy about Rubin's production either. Deep Kick encapsulates everything wrong with the album - ambitious but unfocused, loud but compressed. When something takes two years to record (Kiedis' drug addiction isn't really a foil here, considering it dominates the lyrics) and still sounds unfinished when completed (some of the tracks run into each other without any warning (pause/fade) or transition for instance), you know all is not right. Even with the stylistically inherent flaws, it still should have been better. I'm not trying to deliberately go against a grain here but I think One Hot Minute is one of those "overrated underrated" albums. Some critics definitely went overboard but this is hardly their best album. Perhaps some people have an affinity for it because of it's grungy alt rock stylings. The Chilis have put out better music before and since...

    8 Feb 2013 Reply
  • tcbp

    Better than BSSM, Californication, By the Way, Stadium, I'm with You....

    4 Feb 2013 Reply
  • kornthelife

    best RHCP album by far !! nothing they do after this album is better than One Hot Minute.

    28 Jan 2013 Reply
  • musialmati

    "Release date 20 Mar 2006" Those were the days. Remember when BSSM came out in 2001? [2]

    18 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Nonsensebaby

    I love this album to death

    1 Nov 2012 Reply
  • Deadstar7

    One Big Mob, One Hot Minute are like "soooooooooooooo" great!

    30 Oct 2012 Reply
  • lis_sofobia

    More grunge than funk.

    19 Aug 2012 Reply
  • wckey

    "Release date 20 Mar 2006" Those were the days. Remember when BSSM came out in 2001?

    12 Aug 2012 Reply
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