John Frusciante and Josh Klinghoffer
180 Shouts - 861,905 Scrobbles
In June 2004, John Frusciante announced that he would be releasing six records over six months. His aim was to produce these records quickly and inexpensively on analog tape, avoiding modern studio and computer-assisted recording processes. A Sphere In the Heart of Silence - the fifth record in the series - was released in November 2004. Made in collaboration with his friend, guitarist and drummer Josh Klinghoffer, this album contains 7 tracks mainly of experimental nature, with heavy use of synths and keyboards.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- At Your Enemies - (4:22) - 1,472 plays
- My Life - (1:35) - 1,171 plays
- Communique - (6:53) - 1,000 plays
- Surrogate People - (5:18) - 868 plays
- Sphere - (8:27) - 768 plays
- Walls - (6:18) - 807 plays
- The Afterglow - (5:18) - 519 plays
- Afterglow - (5:19) - 47 plays
- Omission - (4:36) - 30 plays
- Inside A Break - (3:07) - 28 plays
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