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Examples of "californication"
He was also on "Californication" "Girls" and "Inside Amy Schumer"
Red Hot Chili Peppers – "Californication" (Art Director: Colin Strause)
From 2007 to 2009, she wrote four episodes of "Californication". She worked as a story editor for eleven episodes and as an executive producer for four more episodes. During her time working for "Californication", she also appeared in an episode as a character credited as Crusty Cashier. After leaving "Californication", she wrote an episode of "30 Rock".
The song was featured in a 2013 episode of "Californication."
The song also appeared in an episode of Showtime's Californication.
The Californication Tour was a worldwide concert tour by Red Hot Chili Peppers to support their seventh studio album "Californication" which saw the return of guitarist John Frusciante who rejoined the band in 1998 after quitting six years earlier.
The third season of Californication premiered September 27, 2009 and ended December 13, 2009.
Red Hot Chili Peppers – "Californication" (Directors: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris)
The song was featured in the Season 4 premiere of the Showtime series "Californication".
RZA played the role of Samurai Apocalypse in the television series "Californication" in 9 episodes.
Their track "Lullaby" was featured on the soundtrack album of "Californication" on the US Showtime network.
The information regarding accolades attributed to "Californication" is adapted from
Flea was heavily influenced by electronica during the writing and recording of "Californication" (1999) and he attempted to emulate this when writing bass lines for the album. "Californication" took less than two weeks to record; by contrast, "One Hot Minute" took over a year. When "Californication" was released on 8 June 1999 it received overwhelmingly positive critical reviews and sold fifteen million copies worldwide – more than "Blood Sugar Sex Magik". The Chili Peppers played Woodstock 1999, with Flea playing completely naked – something he would do again at the Reading and Leeds Festivals the same year as well as several other "Californication" tour concerts.
His work has appeared on numerous television shows including , Californication and Pretty Little Liars. etc.,
He also appeared in an episode of "Californication"; and has been featured in several television commercials.
The track "Strange Religion" was used in season 6 of the Showtime television series "Californication"
2008 - "Going Down and Out in Beverly Hills" ("Californication" episode) — director
The pacificUV song "Alarmist" was featured in the 2009 season-finale of the Showtime drama "Californication".
"Californication" is the Chili Peppers' most commercially successful studio release internationally, with over 15 million copies sold worldwide, and more than 6 million in the United States alone. As of 2002, the album had sold over 4 million copies in Europe. The record produced several hits for the band, including "Otherside", "Californication" and the Grammy Award-winning "Scar Tissue". "Californication" peaked at number three on the U.S. "Billboard" 200.
In 2009, she played the role of Charlie Runkle's sexually hyperactive boss in season 3 of the television series "Californication."