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  1. Telegenics Number 102D. Dance Plus. September 1991

  2. Telegenics Number 102C. Top 40 Pop. September 1991

  3. Telegenics Number 102B. Urban. September 1991

  4. Telegenics Number 102A. Progressive. September 1991

  5. Telegenics Number 101D. Dance Plus. August 1991

  6. Telegenics Number 101C. Top 40 Pop. August 1991

  7. Telegenics Number 101B. Urban. August 1991

  8. Telegenics Number 101A. Progressive. August 1991

  9. The Video Pool UK December 1987

  10. The Video Pool UK November 1987

  11. The Video Pool UK October 1987

  12. The Video Pool UK September 1987

  13. The Video Pool UK August 1987

  14. Top Pop Classics Vol.33

  15. Top Pop Classics Vol.32

  16. Rock America Dance May 1985

  17. Rock America Dance April 1985

  18. Rock America Dance February 1985

  19. Rock America Dance December 1984

  20. Rock America Dance September 1984

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Red Hot Chili Peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers

America presented the world with a famous music group Red Hot Chili Peppers in the early 80s when four friends decided to form their own rock band like many young people before them. In 1983, the Californian quartet, which was fated to be famous worldwide, performed in local clubs, including Rhythm Lounge that was popular with fans of the alternative music. That was the time when the guys got their first fans, and later, their number increased due to the obvious talent of the young artists. The music, they played, perfectly combined elements of punk rock and alternative rock. Also, the singers liked to make experiments with original and nonstandard soundings.

In 1984, after recording their first song, the guys signed a contract with EMI Record Company that resulted in changes in the lineup. As a drummer and guitarist of the band played also in another group, which signed a deal with a competing music label, they had to leave Red Hot Chili Peppers. They were replaced by Cliff Martinez (drummer) and Jack Sherman (guitarist). Namely this lineup tried to make the band known, presenting the debut album titled Red Hot Chili Peppers, which, despite all efforts of musicians and producers, failed.

The atmosphere in the band became tense that was reasoned by either the album’s failure or disputes with the producer. Soon after that, Sherman left the group but the ex-guitarist Hillel Slovak rejoined the band. Shortly following the guitarist, the band’s drummer, who left the group a year ago, came back to Red Hot Chili Peppers. After reuniting, the artists changed their producer and made another attempt to perform their second album Freaky Styley, which had already been more popular than the previous one.

In 1987, the Californian quartet recorded the third album The Uplift Mofo Party Plan featuring the third producer and, finally, it brought the band a sort of popularity. This album could not be called a sensation but it turned to be good-selling and, hence, rather profitable. Along with that, Red Hot Chili Peppers was on the lips of different music sets, and happiness seemed to be so close… But the band’s rise stopped with the death of the guitarist Slovak. Soon after him, the drummer, depressed by the death of colleague, left the group. In reality, this meant the disbandment that finally happened in 1987.

But the triumph of competitors was not long. The rest of the group decided to return to the work. After some time, the band recorded an album Mother’s Milk, devoted to Slovak’s memory, with a new guitarist and drummer. A list of songs from this album became hits, the sales increase, and signing a contract with Warner Broth Company became the team’s moment of glory. It was followed by the record of a new album Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik, which received the best comments of listeners and critics, and by the series of concerts around the country.

Soon, the lineup was changed again but it did not influence the popularity of the group. After a short band’s block, Red Hot Chili Peppers continued to work, releasing one album every 2-3 years, being nominated for different awards and prizes.

In 1999, their song “Scar Tissue” received a Grammy for The Best Rock Song and three years later, the band earned a Grammy in five nominations for the album Stadium Arcadium, which became The Album of the Year and also received an award for The Best Videoclip.

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Love Rollercoaster

The Video Pool UK July 1997

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Soul To Squeeze (From Coneheads)

Wolfram Video 1152 Hot Video A. September 1993

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video My Friends

ETV ET-VideoLink Nite Life. Alternative And Rock 621 October 1995

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Under The Bridge

Wolfram Video 0973 Hot Video A. May 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Give It Away

Wolfram Video 0933 Hot Video A. January 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Dani California

MixMash Espanol May 2006

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Zephyr Song

ETV Network Vital Hitz 2062 November 2002

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video By The Way

ETV Network Vital Hitz 2059 August 2002

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Under The Bridge

ETV ET-VideoLink Reel 194. May 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Scar Tissue

Directors Label Vol.7. The Work Of Director Stephane Sednaoui

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Give It Away

Directors Label Vol.7. The Work Of Director Stephane Sednaoui

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Can't Stop

Directors Label Vol.4. The Work Of Director Mark Romanek

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Soul To Squeeze (From Coneheads)

Telegenics Number 126C. Top 40. September 1993

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Behind The Sun

Telegenics Number 117C. Top 40. December 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Show Me Your Soul

Telegenics Number 87A. Progressive. June 1990

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Higher Ground

MTV20 Collection Rock

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Breakin' The Girl

Telegenics Number 115A. Progressive. October 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Taste The Pain

Telegenics Number 84A. Progressive. March 1990

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Under The Bridge

Telegenics Number 109A. Progressive. April 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Higher Ground

Telegenics Number 81A. Progressive. December 1989

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Suck My Kiss

Telegenics Number 106A. Progressive. January 1992

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Hump De Bump

MixMash Italiano May 2007

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Desecration Smile

MixMash Italiano March 2007

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video Californication

ETV Network Vital Hitz 2035 August 2000

Red Hot Chili Peppers Video By The Way

Hot Video August 2002
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