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John Frusciante - Inside A Break
Album: Inside Of Emptiness (2004)

Inside of Emptiness is the sixth album by John Frusciante, and the fourth album of a six album series released from June 2004 to February 2005. It features Josh Klinghoffer and Omar Rodríguez-López as guest musicians.

Recorded in March and published in October 2004, John's fastest album to date might as well be the first one to think of when someone who hasn't followed his career and who's a fan of Red Hot Chili Peppers asks what to start with. From the distorted hot rocking beats of What I Saw to the melancolic falsetto of Scratches, with the floor vibrating from the screams in 666 and hearts melting at the warmth and openess of I'm Around and cruel reality of Look On, the song which features one of John's best guitar solos ever; Inside Of Emptiness is most likely the album where no skipping will occur, no matter who you are. Lyrically, just like all of John's other albums, it is much more complex. According to the author himself, three songs on the album were written while thinking about British occultist/mystic Aleister Crowley. Some of the music critics are refering to Inside Of Emptiness as something similar to what Shadows Collide With People would sound had it been unpolished and more raw. On the other side, this is obviously album where the electric guitar dominates, unlike on SCWP where each song has an accoustic guitar as the base instrument. Apart from usual contributor Josh Klinghoffer, the album also features a guest appearance of The Mars Volta's guitarist, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, and therefore the first of two times he and John experimented with what John called "joined guitars". Introverted, yet somewhat furious, slow-speaking yet unstoppable as he's always been; John'd created yet another memorable chapter in the history of modern rock music.

1. What I Saw [4:00]
2. The World's Edge [2:34]
3. Inside A Break [3:07]
4. A Firm Kick [4:33]
5. Look On [6:10]
6. Emptiness [3:34]
7. I'm Around [3:49]
8. 666 [4:53]
9. Interior Two [2:27]
10. Scratches [4:19]


Lyrics:

(One, two, three, four!)

Inside a break there's only moments that hide
Every mistake is really worth a try
I know a way a lie can be refined
Hand me your cross and run for your life

Any good luck is a falling tree
I'm no one and no one is me
All day to call some kind of a faceless guide
Someday you see is just a today in disguise

Na na na na
Na na na na na na
Na na na na
Na na na na na na

Every pace you go would go without you
The busiest days there's really nothing to do
I go away to turn dark to light
Don't look at me when you're wondering why

Hymns
Sound so good to him
Reflections occur within
Unwind so-called holes

Language is false but it speaks to me
Places are gone when there's no one to see 'em
I got a pain that spans millions of lives
Going to where we'll dive into the sky

La la la la
La la la la la
La la la la
La la la la la

Any old way is a new way to be
There's just no cause for beating anybody
All of us kids we like to climb to fall
Once within there's nothing better at all

Than no-wow-where
No-wow-where
No-wow-where
No-wow-where
No-wow-where
Nowhere


Credits:

Release date: 26th October 2004
Released: Worldwide
Publisher: Record Collection Music
Duration: 39 minutes, 32 seconds
John plays: Guitar, synthesizer, keyboards and bass on The World's Edge and 666
Other musicians: Josh Klinghoffer plays drums, bass, keyboards, and guitar on I'm Around. He sings some of the backing/harmony vocals as well plays guitar solos on Inside A Break and Emptiness. Omar Rodriguez-Lopez of The Mars Volta plays lead guitars on 666.
Produced by: John Frusciante
Engineered by: Ryan Hewitt
Mixed by: Ryan Hewitt
Assisted by: Kevin Dean
Recorded/mixed at/when: Sunset Sound (08-13th March 2004)
Mastered by/where: Bernie Grundman/Bernie Grundman Mastering Hollywood, CA, USA
Designed by: Mike Piscitelli, John Frusciante
Cover photograph by: Lola Montes
Equipment by: Dave Lee
Management: Q-Prime Inc.


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