iTunes Originals – Red Hot Chili Peppers

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iTunes Originals – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Compilation album from the iTunes Store by Red Hot Chili Peppers
Released 2006
Genre Funk rock, alternative rock
Language English
Label Warner Bros.
Red Hot Chili Peppers chronology
Stadium Arcadium
(2006)
iTunes Originals - Red Hot Chili Peppers
(2006)
10 Great Songs
(2010)

iTunes Originals – Red Hot Chili Peppers is a virtual album by Red Hot Chili Peppers which was released only on the iTunes Store as part of the iTunes Originals series of digital albums. It features live versions of the band playing some of their more famous songs as well as featuring the band themselves talking about their careers. It comprises videos of their live performances for the iTunes Originals as well as interviews about their careers, featuring the members of the band and Rick Rubin. It is a video album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. iTunes Originals
  2. "Give It Away"
  3. Working with Rick Rubin
  4. "Fight Like a Brave"
  5. Power & Life & Purpose'
  6. "Under the Bridge" (iTunes Original Version)
  7. Sometimes You Just Know That It's It
  8. "Can't Stop"
  9. You Just Rocked with Your Brothers
  10. "Around the World" (iTunes Originals Version)
  11. Doing Your Own Stunts
  12. "By the Way"
  13. It's Everything
  14. "Can't Stop" (iTunes Originals Version)
  15. A Monstrously Large Rock Record
  16. "Dani California" (iTunes Originals Version)
  17. It Just Felt Like It Meant Something
  18. "Tell Me Baby" (iTunes Originals Version)
  19. Lyrics for 38 Songs Is No Joke
  20. "Charlie" (iTunes Originals Version)
  21. A Love Letter to the History of Rock 'n' Roll
  22. "Dani California"
  23. Growing into Consummate Songwriters

Notes[edit]

  • In the first segment ("iTunes Originals"), the band introduces themselves as different names, John Frusciante introduces himself as Anthony Kiedis, Flea introduces himself as Chad Smith, Anthony Kiedis as Hilarious J-Money Pants, and Chad Smith as Flea.
  • In the segment "Working with Rick Rubin", the band and Rubin are both discussing meetings that they had; however, they are referring to two separate incidents. Anthony Kiedis and Flea talk about a meeting that apparently happened in 1985 or 1986, in their recording space at EMI Records. According to Kiedis, Rick Rubin later admitted that he was shocked to see the attitude and energy coming from the band members, and did not know what to think of it. Rubin, however, mentions a later meeting with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, during which they were being signed to a new record company (Warner Bros.). Rubin ended up producing their first album with Warner Bros. (their breakthrough album Blood Sugar Sex Magik), as well as every album that followed.