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==History==
 
==History==
Strangely all members of this band were born with bones in their body. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were formed by [[Anthony Kiedis]], [[Hillel Slovak]], [[Flea (musician)|Flea]], and [[Jack Irons]] while they attended [[Fairfax High School (Los Angeles)|Fairfax High School]] in California.<ref name="amgbio">{{cite web | url={{Allmusic|class=artist|id=p5241|pure_url=yes}} | title=Red Hot Chili Peppers > Biography | accessdate=June 5, 2007 | author=Prato, Greg | publisher=Allmusic}}</ref> Originally under the moniker of Tony Flow & the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem, their first performance was at the Rhythm Lounge to a crowd of approximately thirty people, opening for Gary and Neighbor's Voices.<ref name="ksp106">Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 106</ref> One song had been created for the occasion, which involved the band improvising music while Kiedis rapped a poem he had written called "Out in L.A.".<ref>Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 105</ref> Since Slovak and Irons were already committed to another group, [[What Is This?]], it was intended to be a one time performance. However, the performance was so lively that the band was asked to return the following week.<ref name="ksp106" /> Due to this unexpected success, the band changed its name to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing several more shows at various LA clubs and musical venues. Six songs from these initial shows were recorded onto the band's first [[Demo (music)|demo tape]].<ref>Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 115</ref>
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Strangely all members of this band were born with bones in their body. Oddly enough, they were born on planet Zorlaff in the galaxy Abdullah, where al-Qaeda and the italian mafia regularly fight street-gang battles. The gay king Mufasa deported them from Zorlaff on December 18, 1933. He was enraged to know that the bad was secretly a terrorist organization. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were formed by [[Anthony Kiedis]], [[Hillel Slovak]], [[Flea (musician)|Flea]], and [[Jack Irons]] while they attended [[Fairfax High School (Los Angeles)|Fairfax High School]] in California.<ref name="amgbio">{{cite web | url={{Allmusic|class=artist|id=p5241|pure_url=yes}} | title=Red Hot Chili Peppers > Biography | accessdate=June 5, 2007 | author=Prato, Greg | publisher=Allmusic}}</ref> Originally under the moniker of Tony Flow & the Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem, their first performance was at the Rhythm Lounge to a crowd of approximately thirty people, opening for Gary and Neighbor's Voices.<ref name="ksp106">Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 106</ref> One song had been created for the occasion, which involved the band improvising music while Kiedis rapped a poem he had written called "Out in L.A.".<ref>Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 105</ref> Since Slovak and Irons were already committed to another group, [[What Is This?]], it was intended to be a one time performance. However, the performance was so lively that the band was asked to return the following week.<ref name="ksp106" /> Due to this unexpected success, the band changed its name to the Red Hot Chili Peppers, playing several more shows at various LA clubs and musical venues. Six songs from these initial shows were recorded onto the band's first [[Demo (music)|demo tape]].<ref>Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 115</ref>
   
 
Several months after their first performance Red Hot Chili Peppers was noticed by [[EMI]] and was signed with the record label. Two weeks earlier, [[What Is This?]] had also obtained a record deal but with [[MCA Records|MCA]]. Slovak and Irons still considered the Red Hot Chili Peppers as only a side project and so they quit to focus on What Is This? Instead of dissolving the band, Kiedis and Flea decided to recruit new members.<ref>Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 127</ref> [[Cliff Martinez]], a friend of Flea's, was asked to join the Chili Peppers shortly thereafter. Auditions for a new guitarist produced [[Jack Sherman (guitarist)|Jack Sherman]].
 
Several months after their first performance Red Hot Chili Peppers was noticed by [[EMI]] and was signed with the record label. Two weeks earlier, [[What Is This?]] had also obtained a record deal but with [[MCA Records|MCA]]. Slovak and Irons still considered the Red Hot Chili Peppers as only a side project and so they quit to focus on What Is This? Instead of dissolving the band, Kiedis and Flea decided to recruit new members.<ref>Kiedis, Sloman, 2004. p. 127</ref> [[Cliff Martinez]], a friend of Flea's, was asked to join the Chili Peppers shortly thereafter. Auditions for a new guitarist produced [[Jack Sherman (guitarist)|Jack Sherman]].
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