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Red Hot Chili Peppers: Off the Map (2001)

PG-13 | | Music | Video January 2001
Released in 2001, the four brothers of funk known as The Red Hot Chili Peppers (Anthony Kiedis, John Frusciante, Michael "Flea" Balzary, and Chad Smith) had this 25 song concert released. ... See full synopsis »

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Released in 2001, the four brothers of funk known as The Red Hot Chili Peppers (Anthony Kiedis, John Frusciante, Michael "Flea" Balzary, and Chad Smith) had this 25 song concert released. It was taped two years after their release of their seventh album "Californication". All the songs range from the album "Uplift Mofo Party Plan" and up. The set list is as follows:

1. Opening 2. "Around the World" 3. "Give It Away" 4. "Usually Just A T Shirt #3" 5. "Scar Tissue" 6. "Suck My Kiss" 7. "If You Have to Ask" 8. "Subterranean Homesick Blues" 9. "Otherside" 10. "Blackeyed Blonde" 11. "Pea" 12. "Blood Sugar Sex Magik" 13. "Easily" 14. "What Is Soul?" 15. (The Jam) 16. "Fire" 17. "Californication" 18. "Right On Time" 19. "Under the Bridge" 20. "Me & My Friends"

On the DVD, there is also a "Bonus Feature" menu that includes these songs: 1. Skinny Sweaty Man 2. "I Could Have Lied" 3. "Parallel Universe" 4. "Sir Psycho Sexy" 5. "Search and Destroy"

Also, there is backstage footage of them doing ...

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Great show
11 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

This is a great show, I've never had the pleasure of seeing them live so i was really happy with this. I've seen slain castle before, i did not like it at all. I'm a fan of the older Chili peppers albums and i hated how they didn't play any at SC. If you're a fan of the old stuff too, you'll love this DVD... they played stuff like Subterrain blues and if you have to ask... totally unexpected.

As for the DVD quality, it looks as though they didn't mike the crowd. it sounds really dead in there... that takes away from the experience but the boys make it up with an unbelievable performance... (or performances since it's more than one show).


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