Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nirvana, two of the best-known groups in the world of rock music, turned the 90s around after releasing their albums on a very important date for thousands of fans of this genre since they became hits that are still remembered today.
In this sense, it is worth mentioning that despite being part of the same type of music, it was a mere coincidence that both released their albums on the same day without leaving aside that each of the groups has its own style and, therefore a different way of expressing their songs.
However, in American Post News, we share with you that there was no rivalry between both groups either, as we remember that there were times when both shared the stage as part of a tour they attended together.
Red Hot Chili Peppers and Nirvana albums
September 24, 1991, is a date that for many marked the history of rock, as both the Californian group known as Red Hot Chili Peppers and the famous band from Washington called Nirvana, released great albums that apparently placed them at number 1.
“Blood Sugar Sex Magik” is the name of the album released by the Californians, while the American band Nirvana released the album known by thousands of fans as “Nevermind.”
When was the last time for Red Hot Chili Peppers?
It was in 2008 when the band Red Hot Chili Peppers took a break, in which John Frusciante, guitarist of the band, supposedly decided to leave the band for an indefinite period of time, the reason for which Josh Klinghoffer took his place to continue working with the new discographic materials of the band.
It should be noted that Red Hot Chili Peppers has many hits to its credit such as “Fight Like a Brave” in 1987, “This Velvet Glove” in 1999, and “Black Summer” in 2022.