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Re-upload in higher resolution & translation as of 29th January 2012 - Metal Forces, November 1991. At the time of Blood Sugar Sex Magik’s release, John Frusciante and Anthony Kiedis travelled from USA to Europe for a bunch of press dates and at some point, as described in Kiedis’ autobiography years later, John had enough and went back home; which happened prior to this exact interview. Kiedis goes on sharing details on Blood Sugar Sex Magik and it isn’t much of an interview, but, well, it ended up on Invisible Movement for the pictures and historical purposes.

Text excerpt:An endless interview schedule to promote, “Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik”, their latest album and first for Warner Brothers, has left John Frusciante RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS guitarist, looking decidedly burned. I arrive at the Royal Garden Hotel in London just in time to see him disappearing into a lift en route to his room. John, explains the record company PR, has had enough, and the frazzled fretster is packing his bags and heading home on the next available Concorde flight.

See all the scans here (two pages, NSFW):http://invisible-movement.net/v/magazines/1991/11metalforces

Read the entire article here:http://invisible-movement.net/articles/1988-1992/1991-11-metalforces

Re-upload in higher resolution & translation as of 29th January 2012 - Metal Forces, November 1991. At the time of Blood Sugar Sex Magik’s release, John Frusciante and Anthony Kiedis travelled from USA to Europe for a bunch of press dates and at some point, as described in Kiedis’ autobiography years later, John had enough and went back home; which happened prior to this exact interview. Kiedis goes on sharing details on Blood Sugar Sex Magik and it isn’t much of an interview, but, well, it ended up on Invisible Movement for the pictures and historical purposes.

Text excerpt:
An endless interview schedule to promote, “Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik”, their latest album and first for Warner Brothers, has left John Frusciante RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS guitarist, looking decidedly burned. I arrive at the Royal Garden Hotel in London just in time to see him disappearing into a lift en route to his room. John, explains the record company PR, has had enough, and the frazzled fretster is packing his bags and heading home on the next available Concorde flight.

See all the scans here (two pages, NSFW):
http://invisible-movement.net/v/magazines/1991/11metalforces

Read the entire article here:
http://invisible-movement.net/articles/1988-1992/1991-11-metalforces

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