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Taken off the market in at Frusciante's request. Has since gone back into print. Taken off the market in at Frusciante's request and remains out of print. Label: Warner Bros. First solo release on Warner Bros. Vinyl pressing January limited to 1, copies from Twelve Suns records.
Internet release only. First album on which Frusciante collaborated with Klinghoffer, and only album with Chad Smith. Peaked at on the UK Albums Chart. Peaked at 34 on the Independent Albums chart. Peaked at 99 on the German Official Album Chart. Peaked at on Belgium's Flanders Ultratop chart. Collection of tracks recorded from to Made available for free on his personal Bandcamp account, alongside other tracks.
According to this Jane's Addiction bio, he used heroin for the first time in September ; that could mean the solo was overdubbed later. One can imagine that the cover heard on the album was recorded at around the same time.
Other songs were written and recorded on weekends when he would go home from the Mansion, where the band was recording Blood Sugar Sex Magik. John has said the last song on this album was recorded a week before Robert Hayes passed away April 19, The songs were recorded in the order they were released.
Produced by: John Frusciante. Recorded when John was 17 years old, some months before he joined the Chili Peppers. These songs were leftovers from the Niandra LaDes sessions, recorded during various timeframes during the writing and recording process for Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Recorded in a rented house in Laurel Canyon while his Hollywood Blvd home was being repaired from a fire. John had the album removed from record stores in after rejoining the band because he felt uncomfortable with it being available to the public.
He is quoted as saying that he released Smile from the Streets You Hold for drug money. Later, in March , he mentioned on his official website in that he changed his mind about the album and now had plans to sell all the copies of the album that he had sitting in a warehouse by selling them directly through the site, but this never happened. Still, you've got to give Frusciante credit, as this is his sixth release of , and they've all had some strong moments.
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