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Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik Album

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik Album

  • Performer: Red Hot Chili Peppers
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Blood Sugar Sex Magik
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Alternative Rock
  • Label: Warner Bros. Records
  • Catalog: CPMB-7132
  • Country: Mexico
  • MP3 version size: 2129 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2955 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 857

Tracklist

1Desnudo En la Lluvia
2Monjes Funky
3Entregalo
4Desmoralizando A la Chica
5Sangre, Azucar, Sexo y Magia
6Sir Psycho Sexy
7Podía Haber Mentido
8Bajo El Puente
9Si Tienes Que Preocuparte
10El Virtuoso y Lo Perverso
11Pavo Real Rosa Apache
12Ellos Son Red Hot
13Prueba Mi Beso
14El Poder De La Igualdad
15Mi Hombre Adorado
16Mellowship Slinky In B Major
17Cancion de Bienvenida

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9 26681-2Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records9 26681-2US1991
45203-4Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik ‎(Cass, Album)Warner Bros. Records45203-4US1991
WPCP-4558Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. RecordsWPCP-4558Japan1991
CD 26681Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik ‎(CD, Album, RE)Warner Bros. RecordsCD 26681Canada1996
W2 26681Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik ‎(CD, Album, Club, SRC)Warner Bros. RecordsW2 26681US1991

Companies

  • Manufactured By – Warner Music México, S.A. de C.V.
  • Manufactured By – Columbia House
  • Record Company – Time Warner
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
  • Published By – Moebetoblame Music
  • Published By – King Of Spades Music
  • Glass Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Pressed By – Allied Record Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – WEA International Inc.
  • Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media Production – BB55147
  • Lacquer Cut At – Bernie Grundman Mastering

Video

Album

Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Righteous & The Wicked. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood. Naked In The Rain 0:47:37 13. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Breaking The Girl. If You Have to Ask 3:37. Lyrically, Anthony Kiedis is as preoccupied with sex as ever, whether invoking it as his muse, begging for it, or boasting in great detail about his prowess, best showcased on the infectiously funky singles Give It Away and Suck My Kiss. On their 1991 breakthrough album, the Red Hot Chili Peppers were the partially-clothed id, barreling toward the funk and stumbling across inclusiveness along the way. EVERYTHING lol: G- D-. The Power of Equality 4:03. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Give It Away. The album's subject matter incorporates sexual innuendos and references to drugs and death, as well as themes of lust and exuberance. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Additional Musicians: Pete Weiss plays juice harpoon on Give It Away Brendan OBrien plays mellotron on Breaking The Girl and Sir Psycho Sexy Gail Frusciante and friends sing choir vocals on . Live, Flea improvises all around that. Records Release date: September 24, 1991 Producer: Rick Rubin Engineer: Brendan OBrien Recorded at: the Mansion in Laurel Canyon Tongue illustration by: Henky Penky. Produced by Rick Rubin, its musical style differed notably from the techniques employed on the band's previous album Mother's Milk 1989, and featured minimal use of heavy metal guitar riffs. Blood Sugar Sex Magik is also a lodestone for a brand of more aggressive, politically negligent rock music that would emerge by the end of the 90s. Blood Sugar Sex Magik is the fifth studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on September 24, 1991 by Warner Bros. Red Hot Chili Peppers - I Could Have Lied. All songs written by Anthony Kiedis, Flea, John Frusciante & Chad Smith 1991 Moebtoblame Music BMI, Except Theyre Red Hot by Robert Johnson Published by King Of Spaces Music BMI. Mellowship Slinky in B Major 4:00. Blood Sugar Sex Magik is the band's fifth studio album, released in 1991. It is the band's best-selling album in America with 7 million copies sold in the U. Red Hot Chili Peppers Off the Map tour dvd Sugar Sex Magik - from the album Blood Sugar Sex Magik - enjoy. Drum beat starts. Studio, it repeats it over and over. Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Produced by Rick Rubin, its musical style differed notably from the techniques employed on the band's previous album Mother's Milk 1989, and featured minimal use of heavy metal guitar riffs. It is the band's best-selling album in America with 7 million copies sold in the U. Blood Sugar Sex Magik is the band's fifth studio album, released in 1991. Verse: G-9-12-1416-1214-79- D-7-10-1214-1012-57- a- e. Red Hot Chili Peppers - If You Have To Ask. Blood Sugar Sex Magik 4:31. Breaking the Girl 4:55. Their red-blooded punk-funk hybrid was the Beatles to a generation of misunderstood, aggro listeners who started bands like Korn and Limp Bizkit, and that sound was best exemplified on this record. Label: Warner Bros. Give It Away 4:43. The album's subject matter incorporates sexual innuendos and references to drugs and death, as well as themes of lust and exuberance. blood sugar sex magik. Blood Sugar Sex Magik 0:38:41 11. The album's subject matter incorporated sexual innuendos and references to drugs and death as well as themes of lust and exuberance. The Righteous & the Wicked 4:08. Under the Bridge 4:24. I Could Have Lied 4:04. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Mellowship Slinky In B Major. Funky Monks 5:23. THEY'RE RED HOT or finally, the album's ending. Under The Bridge 0:43:14 12. Suck My Kiss 3:37. Naked in the Rain 4:26. Blood Sugar Sex Magik - Red Hot Chili Peppers. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Funky Monks. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Suck My Kiss. The musical styles of Blood Sugar Sex Magik differed notably from the techniques employed on the band's preceding album, Mother's Milk 1989, and featured little use of heavy metal guitar riffs

Comments

Doomwarden Doomwarden
If you happen to come across a sealed copy of this be careful not to mistake it for a 1991 original European pressing. It has the exact same barcodes as that pressing with no mention of it being made in 2011 anywhere on the cover. Only way to know for sure is to crack it open.
Flower Flower
you're right. seems like the 1999 reissue also has the same barcode.. as well as the 90s Croatian LP pressing. so theres like 4LPs with the same barcode
MrCat MrCat
Impressive sound quality on this pressing, probably one of the best I own. Crystal clear with no popping or crackling whatsoever.
Anicasalar Anicasalar
I was really impressed with version - I wasn't sure what to expect going by the mixed reviews here but it's exceed my expectations by quite a bit. The pressing itself is very solid - not perfect but there's nothing that gets in the way of enjoying the album and the mastering is really impressive, though that's no surprise given Grundman's track record. The bass absolutely pops on this pressing and the guitars have a lovely, funky twang to them. Kiedis' vocals have a small touch of sibilance at times but nothing too significant and, compared with the original CD copy I got to know the album by (which sounded fine in its own right) this version sounds excellent and really impresses generally.
Na Na
Sound quality on my copy is excellent. Too bad there are no printed inner sleeves.
Dranar Dranar
I'll stick to the analog remastered version. 180g , including credits /lyrics / pics on an inner sheet. It nebver sounded better - believe me!!! It's 15.-€ more but for that (best) RHCP 2LP it's goddamn worth it!
Tansino Tansino
I am not disappointed with the pressing of this LP. The SQ is also very good.
Ubranzac Ubranzac
Must be something wrong with your pressings. Sound quality is excellent on my 140 gram copy, Great dynamics ,great headroom, Nice deep bass, clear drum sound, superb instrument separation. Flat and quiet, dead center. Great job by Bernie and Optimal.
Qucid Qucid
If you're so happy with this pressing why have you rated it 3-stars??
Drelalak Drelalak
I totally agree, quality is great, although I have some songs skipping a bit, just like the reissue of Cali.
Tebei Tebei
100% agree, that is an example of perfect hq press
MisterMax MisterMax
I agree. this was not a very good press of this classic RHCP release. my copy was bought new and a few songs have skips. bummer.
Bralore Bralore
This is a terrible pressing! Where do I start? The sound is dull, flat and lifeless throughout, compression is apparent all the way through, in some cases drum beats are almost entirely lost to it. The vinyl is cheap and noisy, the pressing is off centre, there is audible underfill in places, strange noise in random places, where some tracks on the album mix into the next, on this pressing the transitions between tracks are not smooth and seamless. It starts between track 1 and 2, between The Power of Equality and If You Have To Ask, the first note of IYHTA is a bit too early, out of IYHTA, Breaking the Girl starts too early. After I Could Have Lied, instead of the last note sustaining gently out until Mellowship Slinky crashes in, ICHL comes to an abrupt stop, there is a momentary pause and then Mellowship crashes in, same again after Under the Bridge, the last note should hold and sustain for a few seconds before Naked in the Rain should crash in but instead, the last note ends abruptly, there is a momentary pause then Naked in the Rain starts, also this sounds like the tape has suffered as it's very warbly sounding in the High-Hat at the beginning.Overall I would give this a 2/10. It's a poor, poor pressing, clearly a hastily thrown together master from an inferior source. It sounds nothing like the CD version I have become accustomed to for the last 25 years and the flow and feel of it is completely lost. Most albums I have on CD and vinyl sound as good as or way better on vinyl but this one completely bucks this trend. It's being returned to Amazon.
Akirg Akirg
yorkie98 Hi,As it happens, through a combination of forgetfulness and laziness, I never got a round to sending it back so I'm stuck with it now unless I decide to sell it on when I finally source a good copy.The matrix numbers are exactly as suggested, no deviations from the listing:Side 1: 1-528928-A BB55147-01 A1Side 2: 1-528928-B BB55147-01 B1Side 3: 1-528928-C BB55147-02 C1Side 4: 1-528928-D BB55147-02 D1Reviewing a couple of threads on Steve Hoffman, I do indeed see someone who is describing some, but not all of the issues I found. I would assume that he has the same pressing as me in that case. It does however appear that this pressing is not as common as the much lauded 180g BG master and as such, the negative reviews of it are equally rare. I just got a new copy of the 180g US pressing and took the chance to listen to it all the way through yesterday evening. I was shocked to hear many of the disparities in beteeen-song transitions as you describe - PARTICULARLY the final note of "If You Have to Ask" cutting out PREMATURELY and not continuing to fade into the start of "Breaking the Girl". No crossfading. That totally caught me off-guard since I'm so accustomed to the much smoother transitions on the CD version - so yeah, I'd say the flow is definitely compromised.In fact, ALL of the crossfades are entirely gone except for the transition between "Sir Psycho Sexy" and "They're Red Hot", suggesting to me that to master both the US and EU versions (including your and my copies), the master tapes for the individual songs were spliced together, and that the crossfades on the CD and original 1991 vinyl were done either by editing the songs onto a second-generation tape master or digitally.And nobody else mentioned anything like this about the US pressings. Which is odd, given the very vocal uproar that came about over the complete omission of between-song segues on the Vinyl Me Please reissue of Demon Days by Gorillaz... but then, unlike that example, you have to consider that on even the remastered Blood Sugar Sex Magik, with all of its sabotaged segues, there are almost no gaps of silence between the songs, and so the differences from the CD have gone unnoticed by most people because they are slightly subtler in relation to the VMP Demon Days.Otherwise, there's very little I can find wrong with the sound quality on my US 180g BSSM - full, bold, crisp, very dynamic, punchy, transparent, in-your-face, and with bottom end and drums in full force. It is a fairly quiet pressing as well.
Djang Djang
Hi,As it happens, through a combination of forgetfulness and laziness, I never got a round to sending it back so I'm stuck with it now unless I decide to sell it on when I finally source a good copy.The matrix numbers are exactly as suggested, no deviations from the listing:Side 1: 1-528928-A BB55147-01 A1Side 2: 1-528928-B BB55147-01 B1Side 3: 1-528928-C BB55147-02 C1Side 4: 1-528928-D BB55147-02 D1Reviewing a couple of threads on Steve Hoffman, I do indeed see someone who is describing some, but not all of the issues I found. I would assume that he has the same pressing as me in that case. It does however appear that this pressing is not as common as the much lauded 180g BG master and as such, the negative reviews of it are equally rare.
Nargas Nargas
Just revisited this. I just confirmed that labels and matrix match exactly. I also weighed them to confirm. 167g and 163g. Can anyone confirm the weight on your 140g copy.
IGOT IGOT
yorkie98 Hi,My matrix numbers match those of this listing (1-528928 and BB55147-01) but the vinyl itself weighs in at 140g. Yes, I'm aware it's the 140g. You didn't list the complete matrix details. What's more important to me is the etchings that follow the BB55147-01.Do the matrices on your copy *entirely* match the listing down to every detail - as in the BB55147-01 is followed by an A1 on side 1, B1 on side 2, C1 on side 3, D1 on side 4...? If the side indicator following the BB55147-01 on ANY side were to be different from what's shown on the listing (For instance, on side 1, A2 instead of A1) then that would indicate a different lacquer cut was used. Otherwise if your copy has A1/B1/C1/D1 matrices, plus the etched "BG" on side one, then all signs point to the Bernie Grundman cut.I don't own this pressing - just curious.EDIT: I just remembered that you said you were returning your copy to Amazon. Why did I gloss over that? Anyhow I quickly reviewed an old thread on the Steve Hoffman forums to find a post I remember where someone else said that another pressing of the Grundman remaster of BSSM has some continuity errors as you describe... he singles out in particular the gap between "Under the Bridge" and "Naked in the Rain" as well as funny, phasey-sounding cymbals in the intro to the latter. He didnt mention anything however about the final note in "Under the Bridge" cutting out abruptly.In any case, it's always been the US 180g I've been after - given some of the poor reviews on the 140g EU, like yours, I simply wanted to find out if there were any copies that DIDN'T match the matrix details shown on the listing, which point to the revered BG master.
Fomand Fomand
Hi,My matrix numbers match those of this listing (1-528928 and BB55147-01) but the vinyl itself weighs in at 140g.
Xanna Xanna
supersam032 I have to agree. This pressing is pretty disappointing. Unfortunately it was sent in error. I wanted the 180g that got better reviews. What are the matrix numbers on your copy if you still have it? If it has that many flaws as yorkie98 describes then it CERTAINLY wouldn't be one of those copies that was repressed from the Bernie Grundman master.
Ballagar Ballagar
I'm a bit late to the party but I think you got either bad luck or bootlegs. I have this exact issue and the sound is not flat at all, transitions are seamless and it sounds better than the CD
Eseve Eseve
  yorkie98  supersam032It seems both of you got bad pressings of this vinyl. :-/
avanger avanger
I have to agree. This pressing is pretty disappointing. Unfortunately it was sent in error. I wanted the 180g that got better reviews.
Quashant Quashant
Same pressing as this one :https://www.discogs.com/fr/Red-Hot-Chili-Peppers-Blood-Sugar-Sex-Magik/release/3426244but on 140g vinyl. Same matrix informations and the sound quality is the same. Can't see any difference... No insert and blank inner sleeves.
Daigami Daigami
song lengths appear to be different. wonder why that is?
Binar Binar
  supersam032140g & 180g sounds exactly the same to me. To my ears, both are better sounding than my pristine mint CD ( https://www.discogs.com/fr/Red-Hot-Chili-Peppers-Blood-Sugar-Sex-Magik/release/367882 ) bought back in 1991. TT Rega RP6 / Exact Cartridge.
Mori Mori
Mastermold, There is a poor review on the 140g. You don't say whether the pressing sounds great, had depth and a good soundstage, or if it sounds like a digital copy pressed to vinyl. Do you have any other copies of this that you can compare them too? Also, if you can tell what TT you're playing these on would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Butius Butius
  CassettesBkkMy comments were not about the labels, nor the hype stickers. I've seen the difference as I have both LPs. As i've written, the matrix informations are exactly the same on these two pressings. And sound quality does seem very similar if not the same...
Kare Kare
If the images are correct they are not the same. Different spelling of Suck My Kiss also the hype stickers are different.