ArtemisQ asked in 社會與文化語言 · 2 decades ago

請問這個字的意思

californication

這是一首歌的名字 是嗆辣紅椒唱的

基於好奇 所以想知道它是什麼意思 可是 我查過字典 都找不到

所以 請各位高手麻煩一下 謝謝嚕

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  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago
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    是被加州化, 受加州影響的意思。在歌詞裡也有些許「被全球化」的意涵。見Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia---

    Californication is a term derived from bumper stickers frequently seen on cars in the state of Oregon during the late 1970s and early 1980s. The stickers said "Don't Californicate Oregon" in reference to the ongoing massive influx into Oregon of people from California. This shift was brought about largely by the completion of Interstate Highway 5 in 1964. Prior to that time, the main route into Oregon from California was via the twisty, two-lane Highway 99. Towns like Medford, Eugene and Portland have tripled or more in size since 1964, and this population shift has been added to by the massive movement of legal and nonlegal immigrants mainly into the West Coast states from south of the border.

    Californication is also the name of a funk metal album by American rock band the Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on June 8, 1999 (see 1999 in music). With a returned John Frusciante on guitar (replacing Dave Navarro of Jane's Addiction), the Red Hot Chili Peppers managed to regain their critical acceptance after the harshly reviewed One Hot Minute. Much to the surprise of most industry-watchers, Californication became the band's best-selling album in its catalogue.

    With a somewhat more subdued funk sound, Californication was vastly different from its predecessors. Adding heavy psychedelic influences, the Red Hot Chili Peppers created a series of catchy, hook-laden tracks that maintained their credibility. Many of the songs, such as the hit single "Californication", are diatribes against globalization, often with bizarrely inscrutable lyrics.

    Source(s): Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • 2 decades ago

    在本歌裡是稱為"加州淘金夢"

  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago

    加州式教育(Californication).

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    Source(s): google
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