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This article is far too biased against the band's early career, criticises their later career, and is not impartial. The Wikipedia pages for the previous two albums before this are much more appropriate for a template. Could somebody clean this up?

Most of this article is a review of the album, not an encyclopedia article; by Wikipedia standards, nonsense. I'm simply deleting most of it. Elrith 07:48, 14 August 2006 (UTC)[reply]
It is considered by some to be the band's best album.
That sounds like weasel words to me.Mustang6172 07:02, 18 January 2007 (UTC)[reply]
It is considered by some to be the band's best album.
I realise it's considered one of the band's best early albums, maybe one of thier best overall, but it's not considered THE best. Defunct Lies 18:33, 16 February 2007 (UTC)[reply]

Chart History[edit]

This article was erroneous in detailing the chart history. This album never reached the top 100 on the Billboard Charts. It did however make the top 200 and it only peaked at 147 and that was in 1988. Paralleluniverse 00:44, 23 September 2006 (UTC)[reply]

"Slap" bass style[edit]

"Flea incorporated a "slap" bass style on the album, which would become a staple of the band's early work.[1]"

There is already plenty of slapping in the previous two albums by the band, so he did not incorporate slapping on this album. Did he incorporate a new slap style? Then this needs to be explained further. I do not have access to the referenced book, so I cannot actually verify this information myself... (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 18:29, 20 May 2012 (UTC).[reply]


  1. ^ Apter, 2004. pp. 70–74