The alternative American rock band that somehow manages to combine the psychedelic with punk rock but fits in funk at the right time, here is Red Hot Chili Peppers. Formed in Los Angeles, the band became known worldwide after their best selling album Californication became a success in 1999. 

Here’s a list of Red Hot Chili Peppers Top 10 Songs.

1. Under The Bridge

Now known as one of the most popular Tik Tok videos, this track took the music industry by a storm, and was originally written during a very emotional time for the lead singer-songwriter of the band. 

Here’s a link to the Billboard winner of 1991:

2. Snow (Hey Oh) 

Here’s a link that makes you wish you were part of a music video where you show appreciation for your favourite band:


3. Otherside

Here’s a link to a track by Red Hot Chili Peppers that is now 20 years old, what a way to celebrate RHCP:

4. Porcelain

Here’s a link to probably the most soothing song of the Red Hot Chili Pepper song collection:


5. Scar Tissue 

Here’s a link to quite a sentimental Red Hot Chili Peppers song:


6. Dark Necessities

Here’s a link reminding you that it is completely normal to dance around your room when you think no one is looking, the well-played bass also makes this song the winner of the list:


7. Give It Away 

This is that song you can’t remember the name of but your playlist is on shuffle and it reminds you of the first time you heard it. 

Here’s a link to rebel to:


8. Can’t Stop

Here’s a link to a very trippy music video:


9. Californication

A cool music video, alternative rock convincing you it’s actually rock and a shirtless guitarist turning 360 throughout the video. Red Hot Chili Peppers continues to break boundaries of what rock should be. 

Here’s a link to a game like music video by Red Hot Chili Peppers:

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