Red Hot Chili Peppers have pumped out monster hits throughout the 2000s, much like they did in the 1990s. The band's follow-up to 'Californication' brought RHCP into the 21st Century with an increasingly sturdy sense of importance, as 'By the Way,' the title track of the band's 2002 album, began a run which would allow the band to sell over 13 million copies of the album worldwide.
Red Hot Chili Peppers will be unleashing a total of 18 unreleased songs from the 'I'm With You' sessions, but this isn't just your normal B-sides release. The band will hit fans with the unheard tracks both as a digital series and a set of nine separate 7-inch vinyl records, which will be released two songs at a time from this August to early 2013.
Red Hot Chili Peppers keep cranking out the hits. With 'Brendan's Death Song,' the fourth single from their 2011 album 'I'm With You,' it's quite possible they're saving the best for last (depending on how deep they go into this album).
Widely known as one of the greatest bass players in modern rock, Michael Peter Balzary is celebrated as "Flea" from Red Hot Chili Peppers. As one of the founding members of the band, along with vocalist Anthony Kiedis, Flea has manned the bass for RHCP since 1983.
There are certain stops for musicians that stand out, and playing close to home is always something special. On Friday (June 1), that meant that Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith was in for a memorable evening.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are nothing if not deliberate in the studio -- they've taken at least three years between each album since 'Blood Sugar Sex Magik,' and their two most recent releases, 'Stadium Arcadium' and 'I'm With You,' were preceded by four- and five-year waits, respectively. Fans have probably been prepared to wait until 2016 for new material from the band -- but the Peppers have some surprises in store.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are always ready to rally their fans when there's a cause that needs to be addressed, and the group is not happy that Sea Shepherd Conservation Society leader, Captain Paul Watson, has been arrested.
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