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Red Hot Chili Peppers

John Frusciante

Height Down

Well, I've Been

Enter a Uh

The Other

Life's a Bath

A Fall Thru the Ground

Poppy Man

I May Again Know John

I'm Always

Nigger Song




For Air

Smile From the Streets You Hold

I Can't See Until I See Your Eyes

Rio's Attic: Celebrating the Life and Times of a Dearly Missed River Phoenix

Smile From the Streets You Hold
John Frusciante

"Some reasonable guitar work let down by terrible singing" seems to be the general consensus of opinion regarding this 1997 solo album by the guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante.

When he came to mix this album, Frusciante chose to make use of two previous studio recordings he had of River. Thus, River can be found singing and playing guitar during the first half of the song Height Down. The other track featuring River is a little more difficult to figure out. It's actually the next one, Well, I've Been.

River dictates a monologue on this track but in order to hear him, one has to record the track, reverse it and raise the treble slider a few inches. It's hardly worth the effort though and anyone prepared to waste $15 and half an hour of their life just to undertake this task will end up with the disappointing result opposite.

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The tracks on this album are:

1. Enter a Uh

2. The Other

3. Life's a Bath

4. A Fall Thru the Ground

5. Poppy Man

6. I May Again Know John

7. I'm Always

8. Nigger Song

9. Femininity

10. Breathe

11. More

12. For Air

13. Height Down

14. Well I've Been

15. Smile From the Streets You Hold

16. I Can't See Until I See Your Eyes

17. Estress

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