- This page is about the band's eponymous debut album. For information on the band, see Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers is the band's debut album, released in 1984.
At the time, the band's name was written as The Red Hot Chili Peppers, just like the name of the album.
They decided to leave the band and Anthony Kiedis and Flea ended up hiring Jack Sherman and Cliff Martinez to record the entire album. They wrote a few more songs together and toured with them after the album was released.
|1.||True Men Don't Kill Coyotes||3:40|
|4.||Get Up and Jump||2:53|
|5.||Why Don't You Love Me||3:25|
|7.||Mommy, Where's Daddy?||3:31|
|8.||Out in L.A.||2:00|
|10.||You Always Sing the Same||0:19|
|11.||Grand Pappy du Plenty||4:04|
Bonus tracks on 2003 remastered versionEdit
- Get Up and Jump (demo) – 2:37
- Police Helicopter (demo) – 1:12
- Out in L.A. (demo) – 1:56
- Green Heaven (demo) – 3:57
- What It Is (demo) (a.k.a "Nina's Song") – 3:57
Lead Vocals - Anthony Kiedis
Guitars - Jack Sherman
Bass - Flea
Drums - Cliff Martinez