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Trickfinger
II

Since leaving The Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante has been working way more on his electronics, releasing through labels like Acid Test. However he had been doing this stuff for a while. These are the second set of tracks to be released from his original ventures as Trickfinger. Just him and a load of sequencers and synths, jamming until he presses record, with no over dubs. Recorded in 2007. Sounds close to Aphex Twin on an acid tip.

John Frusciante
Foregrow

Once red, hot and also a chilli pepper, guitarist John Frusciante now scopes out his career of psych-tinged rawk and experimental musings as and when he pleases. When he's not collaborating with Omar Rodrigeuz-Lopez he's sorta listenable. Lately he's been dabbling in the electronic medium a lot more, and this EP promises more of his acid experiments, as influenced by jungle and footwork, if you can deal with his take on those genres.
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John Frusciante
Outsides EP

A new three track single from the storied songwriter and ex-Red Hot Chilli Pepper. Recorded inbetween the releases of 'PBX' and 'Enclosure', John Frusciante has used this EP to make what he considers to be "out" music, the opener consisting of a guitar solo played for ten minutes, the other two compositions shorter, more experimental and freeform. This is the first time 'Outsides' has been available outside of the US.    Tracks: Same Breathiac Shelf
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John Frusciante
Enclosure

Twice a member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, John Frusciante is now on his 12th solo studio album, Enclosure. The album sees Frusciante returning to the rock he’s known for after dipping his toe in electronic waters with his previous album, PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone. Enclosure is available on CD.
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John Frusciante
PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone

The ex-Chilli with the most ridiculous set of career goals -- to record with Omar Rodriguez-Lopez a lot, for one -- unleashes yet another solo record, following on from his psychedelic inclinations with PBX Funicular Intaglio Zone. Despite going into the record with a lot of theoretical thoughts brewing, the resulting record is far from clinical.