Blood Sugar Sex Magik and the 1990s in Los Angeles


Cited Works

Kiedis, Anthony. Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Perf. John Frusciante, Michael Balzary, and Chad Smith. Red Hot Chili Peppers. Rick Rubin, 1991. MP3.

“Immigration, Race, and Riot: The 1992 Los Angeles Uprising.” JSTOR: American Sociological Review 63.1 (1998): 39-54. ITHAKA. Web. 14 Apr. 2013. .

2 thoughts on “Blood Sugar Sex Magik and the 1990s in Los Angeles

  1. I like that you focused in on the messages of one band, especially one like the Chili Peppers that have so much to offer as far as messages and reflecting the society around them. Also tying in how they expressed these messages through personal experience adds a personal touch that brings in an emotional response from those listening.

  2. I like how you chose to play your music instead of simply using RHCP’s recording. I feel like this might help give you a better feel for the emotion and meaning that lies behind the riffs of the music by allowing you to experience it from another perspective.

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