Knock Me Down

"Knock Me Down" is a song by funk rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers from their fourth studio album, Mother's Milk (1989). The track, released August 22, 1989, was the album's second single[3] and depicts negativity towards the stereotypical egotistic lifestyle of a typical rock star and was considered to be disavowing of drugs. "Knock Me Down" peaked at number six on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks.

"Knock Me Down"
Single by Red Hot Chili Peppers
from the album Mother's Milk
B-side"Millionaires Against Hunger"
ReleasedAugust 22, 1989
4:44 (original long version)
LabelEMI/Capitol Records
Songwriter(s)Flea, Frusciante, Kiedis, Smith
Producer(s)Michael Beinhorn George Clinton (on "Millionaires Against Hunger")
Red Hot Chili Peppers singles chronology
"Higher Ground"
"Knock Me Down"
"Taste the Pain"
Music video
"Knock Me Down" on YouTube

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