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One person in particular, Rick Rubin, stood out, as he was more broadminded in contrast to individuals they had worked with in the past even though Rubin previously turned down the band's offer to produce their 1987 album The Uplift Mofo Party Plan due to the drug problems of Kiedis and guitarist Hillel Slovak who would die of a heroin overdose a year later.
Eventually, the band decided Rubin would be the best choice as a producer, and therefore hired him to produce what would become Blood Sugar Sex Magik.
Guitarist John Frusciante quit the band mid-tour in 1992 (not returning until 1998) due to his inability to cope with the album's popularity.
Blood Sugar Sex Magik is recognized as an influential and seminal component of the alternative rock explosion in the early 1990s.
The band decided that they would remain inside the mansion for the duration of recording, though according to Kiedis Smith was convinced the location was haunted, and refused to stay.
Kiedis was, however, apprehensive because he believed the lyrics to be "too soft" and unlike the band's style.
After singing the verse to Frusciante, they began structuring the song the next day.
Frusciante, however, disagreed with Smith, and said "There are definitely ghosts in the house," and Frusciante felt they were "very friendly.
We [the band] have nothing but warm vibes and happiness everywhere we go in this house." Frusciante, Kiedis, and Flea each had their own separate rooms at each end of the house.
Unlike the Peppers' previous producers, Rubin was someone that they felt confident to ask for guidance and input during times of difficulty.