The rare ability to blend a raw hard rock sound with a tinge of funk is the magic formula which propelled the Red Hot Chili Peppers from obscurity to international stardom.
This is the powerful independent critical review of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on record, on stage and on film. Drawing on live performance footage drawn from Woodstock and Red Square, the DVD features rare archive film and extensive interviews with the band, along with musical criticism from Andy Gill (producer for the Red Hot Chili Peppers), Tom Binns (Kerrang DJ) and Natasha Scharf (Meltdown Magazine).
Full live tracks including: Grand Pappy Du Plenty, Give It Away, Suck My Kiss, Warped, Stone Cold Bush, If You Have To Ask, Organic Anti-Beat Box Band, Aeroplane, Blood Sugar Sex Magic, Under The Bridge, Power Of Equality.
This film was made with complete editorial freedom. It is not approved, endorsed or associated with the Red Hot Chili Peppers or the management of the band. The result is the most hard hitting frank and penetrating review of the music and personalities which shaped the Red Hot Chili Peppers phenomenon ever produced.