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Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante, releases a solo album

Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante, releases a solo album

John Frusciante, known to be the former guitarist of the funk band, Red Hot Chili Peppers, has released a series of new music that can be downloaded for free. He says he created the music just for the sake of creating the music, without keeping the audience in mind. He explains below:

At present, I have put up a 19-minute group of 6 songs recorded on 4-track cassette in May 2010, the instrumentation being three guitars and one drum machine. It is a bunch of weird anti-rock star guitar solos, played mainly on a Mosrite Ventures guitar, and a Yamaha SG, accompanied by an Elektron Machinedrum, excepting one song where I used a Roland TR 707, and another where a 707 was used, but is not in the mix.

I have also uploaded a 37-minute collection of tunes made between 2009 and 2011 which were all recorded in my main studio during various stages of its development, as well as various stages of my development as an engineer.

Furthermore, you will find in these places the full 20-minute version of Sect In Sgt, my all-sample piece, in its entirety. The version that was online before, under the name Trickfinger, omitted the first 5 minutes of the piece.

John Frusciante left Red Hot Chili Peppers in 2009, and since then, has released two solo albums; Enclosure (2014) and TrickFinger (2015). Otherwise, in his whole career, he has released 13 solo albums.

You can listen to one of the tracks below: