His sound is extremely different to the sound he contributed to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. It's softer, more poetic and still has his psychedelic sound he allures. He has only ever created one music video for "The Past Recedes" from the album Curtains.
John records most, if not all, of his music on analog tape, avoiding digital recording. I'm happy for John in a sense that he seems now happy with his life, after entering a destructive period between 1992-1997. Frusciante became a drug addict, abusing substances such as heroine and cocaine. With this led to the improper use of such drugs, and Frusciante now has scars from the abscesses he contracted in this period. This is Frusciante in his "dark period".
Frusciante was on death's door, and recovered by attending rehab. He is rarely seen shirtless unlike the boys of the RHCP, but in the video for "Californication" he reveals his arms, using it as a chance to explain his scarring. An album John released in this period, "Smile From The Streets You Hold" was taken off the market by Frusciante in 1999, admitting he made the album for drug money.
Alive and well, oozing talent, Frusciante lives a clean and private lifestyle. I'm looking forward to the future of Frusciate's career, as I know it will be as strong as the one he leads now.
You can buy John Frusciante's albums and singles here.