Freaky Styley is the second studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on August 16, 1985 on EMI Records. The album name holds its origins in a commonly used phrase in the '80s to describe anything as being "freaky styley". Freaky Styley marks founding guitarist Hillel Slovak's studio album debut, following his return to the band earlier in the year. The album is also the last to feature drummer Cliff Martinez.
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Band, Lead Vocals – Anthony Kiedis. Engineer – Greg Ward. Engineer – John Bauer. Horns – The Horny Horns. Management – Lindy Goetz Management. Mastered By – Ron McMaster. Mixed By – Bruce Nazarian (tracks: B9), Greg Ward (tracks: A1 to B2, B4 to B6, B8), Jim "JB" Bauerlein, Jim Vitti (tracks: B2, B3), The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Other – Gnome Sound, Hy James. Percussion – Larry Fratangelo. Photography By – Nels Israelson. Photography By – Bob Alford.
Red Hot Chili Peppers. Produced by George Clinton. Freaky Styley Lyrics. Fuck 'em just to see that look on their face. Say it out loud I'm freaky styley and I'm proud! More on Genius. About Freaky Styley. When in the studio doing the album of the same name the peppers were being produced by George Clinton. Flea and the drummer had come up with a funk instrumental which was going to be placed mid album to lead into another track.
Freaky Styley is the second studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on August 16, 1985 on EMI Records. Freaky Styley marks founding guitarist Hillel Slovak 's studio album debut, following his return to the band earlier in the year. The album is also the last to feature drummer Cliff Martinez He attempted to offset his desire for heroin by using cocaine instead, but his relief was short-lived. After a few days, however, his symptoms subsided and he was able to join the group in playing music and connecting with Clinton. The Red Hot Chili Peppers felt a strong chemistry with Clinton and enjoyed his quirky personality and storytelling abilities. After a week of living with him, the band moved into a house on a nearby golf course.