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Posted at 10:09 PM 27 June 2014
Spin, April 2000
In a compilation titled Sex, Drugs and Midgets Serving Drinks, editors of SPIN have complied some err…questionable bits of interviews with musicians over the years. John (and his junk) are quoted from a Red Hot Chili Peppers feature first printed in the February 1990 issue.

The original interview is the oldest article in our must-reads collection. You can read it, check it out scanned and explore the rest of must-reads.

Spin, April 2000
In a compilation titled Sex, Drugs and Midgets Serving Drinks, editors of SPIN have complied some err…questionable bits of interviews with musicians over the years. John (and his junk) are quoted from a Red Hot Chili Peppers feature first printed in the February 1990 issue.

The original interview is the oldest article in our must-reads collection. You can read it, check it out scanned and explore the rest of must-reads.

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Posted at 9:00 PM 23 June 2014
Billboard, December 28th 2002
The last one, I promise. Once again, lots of businesspeople and what used to be one of the best bands around, featuring that brilliant composer/guitarist/backing vocalist dude.

Billboard, December 28th 2002
The last one, I promise. Once again, lots of businesspeople and what used to be one of the best bands around, featuring that brilliant composer/guitarist/backing vocalist dude.

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Posted at 12:35 PM 22 June 2014
Billboard - August 3rd 2002
A photo of RHCP during the By The Way promo tour in Europe, with a bunch of über-evil executives. And yes, we’re currently obsessed with presenting you with a bunch of cuttings from this particular mean industry mag.

Billboard - August 3rd 2002
A photo of RHCP during the By The Way promo tour in Europe, with a bunch of über-evil executives. And yes, we’re currently obsessed with presenting you with a bunch of cuttings from this particular mean industry mag.

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Posted at 11:46 AM 17 June 2014
Billboard, July 10th 1999
A photo from Californication sessions, where they butchered a name again, but not John’s.

Billboard, July 10th 1999
A photo from Californication sessions, where they butchered a name again, but not John’s.

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Posted at 8:36 AM 13 June 2014
John at the Radio 1 session, Maida Vale, sometime in June 1999. Photographed by Tony Woolliscroft

John at the Radio 1 session, Maida Vale, sometime in June 1999. Photographed by Tony Woolliscroft

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Posted at 5:25 AM 08 June 2014
Billboard, August 9th 2003
 John Frusciante with Bernie Grundman, at Bernie Grundman mastering, working on Shadows Collide With People.

* This is the only English-speaking article we know of where John was referred to using some stupid nickname nobody would actually use in real life.

Billboard, August 9th 2003
John Frusciante with Bernie Grundman, at Bernie Grundman mastering, working on Shadows Collide With People.

* This is the only English-speaking article we know of where John was referred to using some stupid nickname nobody would actually use in real life.

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Posted at 1:40 AM 02 June 2014
This photo is as rare as it gets - Red Hot Chili Peppers are featured in the April 1991 issue of SPIN with Angelo Moore of Fishbone and Dick Rude of Too Free Stooges; among others. The feature is called Fashion for Peace. After Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait and USA’s subsequent attack on Iraq, the magazine staff “wanted to respond to the war and the simultaneous cry for peace meaningfully”; so they asked fashion designers and artists to create T-shirts, celebs to model those T-shirts and the readers to purchase them, All the profits went to USA Red Cross.

This photo is as rare as it gets - Red Hot Chili Peppers are featured in the April 1991 issue of SPIN with Angelo Moore of Fishbone and Dick Rude of Too Free Stooges; among others. The feature is called Fashion for Peace. After Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait and USA’s subsequent attack on Iraq, the magazine staff “wanted to respond to the war and the simultaneous cry for peace meaningfully”; so they asked fashion designers and artists to create T-shirts, celebs to model those T-shirts and the readers to purchase them, All the profits went to USA Red Cross.