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.S. alone.
- The Power of Equality – 4:03
- If You Have to Ask – 3:37
- Breaking the Girl – 4:55
- Funky Monks – 5:23
- Suck My Kiss – 3:37
- I Could Have Lied – 4:04
- Mellowship Slinky in B Major – 4:00
- The Righteous & the Wicked – 4:08
- Give It Away – 4:43
- Blood Sugar Sex Magik – 4:31
- Under the Bridge – 4:24
- Naked in the Rain – 4:26
- Apache Rose Peacock – 4:42
- The Greeting Song – 3:13
- My Lovely Man – 4:39
- Sir Psycho Sexy – 8:17
- They're Red Hot – 1:12
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B-Sides and OuttakesEdit
In addition to "Little Miss Lover" and "Castles Made of Sand" by Jimi Hendrix, the band also recorded a cover of Iggy Pop's "Search and Destroy" (which appears in the Beavis and Butthead's Experience CD) as well as three original songs that did not make the final album cut; "Soul to Squeeze" (later released as a single in 1993 for the Coneheads movie soundtrack) , "Sikamikanico" (used in the movie Wayne's World) and "Fela's Cock" (an instrumental jam). They were all released multiple times as B-sides to various singles from the album and on several compilations such as Live Rare Remix Box and The Plasma Shaft.
- Anthony Kiedis: Lead vocals, percussion on "Breaking the Girl"
- John Frusciante: Lead and rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, backing vocals, percussion on "Breaking the Girl"
- Flea: Bass, backing vocals, piano on "Mellowship Slinky in B Major", trumpet on "Apache Rose Peacock", percussion on "Breaking the Girl"
- Chad Smith: Drums, percussion on "Breaking the Girl" and "Give It Away"