Uplift Mofo Party Plan

by Red Hot Chili Peppers

(1987) EMI #CDP 7 48036 2

Personnel Anthony Kiedis (v), Hillel Slovak (g), Flea (b), Jack Irons (d)
Description This was the Peppers' third album, and an incredibly funky one. With great tunes like "Funky Crime", "Fight Like a Brave", and "Behind the Sun", this is probably my favorite Chili Peppers' album.
Posted By Christopher Sung (9641)
Directory Recordings: Rock/Pop
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On 11/11/1999, Jason Reich (1765) posted:
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I think this was Hillel Slovak's last album before he passed away (kids, heroin is bad). This CD is loaded with the funky bass and crazy vocals the chili-peppers are famous for. Its one of their better albums.
On 5/22/1999, Christopher Sung (9641) posted:
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The first Peppers' album I ever got was Mother's Milk, which I really dug, and a friend recommended Uplift Mofo Party Plan. First of all, the groove in "Funky Crime" is so incredibly infectious that any time I get together with a bass player, I always make them play Flea's part so that we can just jam.

In general, the album is really strong, and there's some solid rhythm guitar and little lead fills with a variety of textures and tones. "Behind the Sun" is a bit more pop, but still really memorable, and there'a great funked-up version of Dylan's Subterranean Home Sick Blues.