"How Could I Love Myself?", "Love Them So" and "It Could Have Been"
From RHCP’s live performance at KBLT FM Studios on June 9, 1998
"My Girl's Sick" and "Words That Mean Nothing" From Flea's live performance at the Palace, Los Angeles, CA on December 18, 1995. Mike Watt on bass, Pete Weiss on drums
"Ouch", "Fiberoptics" and "Time for Me to Go" From 1995 demos
"Love Is Good" From live performance at Later Greg Kinnear Show, October 1996.
"You've Got Stuck With Me" Difference from demo: - Professionally recorded studio quality with some echo on vocals - Fast punk with distortion guitars, bass and drums on choruses and a mellow verse with arpeggiated guitars - Extended. contains a bridge, a third verse and a third chorus, unlike the demo. Performed by Flea (vocals and bass), Dave Navarro (guitar) and Stephen Perkins (drums). Written by Flea. Recorded and produced by Sylvia Massy in 1996. Released on a compilation titled "Schooloaf (Everything But The Crust)" in 1997. This version (including bridge, third verse and chorus) has been performed live with Mike Watt on bass and Pete Weiss on drums. Oddly enough, when the song was performed without drums (in 1995 on another show with Mike Watt on bass and in 1997 on demo tape), it didn't contain a bridge, third verse and third chorus unlike this version. "I’ve Been Down" From "The Basketball Diaries" movie soundtrack, 1995. Dave Navarro on guitar, Stephen Perkins on drums. "No Words" From "Liar’s Poker" movie soundtrack, 1998. Performed by Flea (vocals and bass), Dave Navarro (guitar) and Stephen Perkins (drums). Written by Flea. Recorded and produced by Sylvia Massy in 1996. All internet sources state that this song is from "Liar's Poker" (in the closing credits, stated by MTV), however the song is nowhere to be found in the DVD version of the film. Perhaps it's on the VHS version? If you have any info, please