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New Red Hot Chili Peppers CD Sizzles

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  • Jonathon Hardcastle
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2006

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      Article Title: New Red Hot Chili Peppers CD Sizzles
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      The Red Hot Chili Peppers are a band that has transcended the
      scope of pop culture , adapting to new trends while still
      maintaining their original funk-based style. Playing music for
      nearly two decades, the Chili Peppers show an unrepentant
      strength on their new album.

      Dubbed "Stadium Arcadium", the new Red Hot Chili Peppers
      release is a double-disc powerhouse that fully showcases the
      range of this classic band. Totaling 28 tracks, there is
      something for every Peppers fan, from those who rocked to One
      Hot Minute in the early 90s to the new fan-base they have
      gained through such recent releases as By The Way. You can get
      a sense of the hormone-fueled music that was a Chili Peppers
      trademark in their formative years in such tracks as Warlocks
      and Storm In A Teacup. The bass lines laid out by Flea help to
      form cohesion to the CD, with John Frusciante fully tuned in
      and never disappointing with the guitar work. Anthony Kiedis'
      vocals remain on-point and can evoke powerful emotions, even
      though the stereotypical Chili Peppers non-sensical lyrics are
      as prevalent as ever. More recent Chili Peppers fans will be
      happy to know that the CD has plenty of the mellow, laid back
      Californication-esque tracks. Dani California, Tell Me Baby,
      and Wet Sand are some of the songs on this album that we will
      be hearing for years to come.

      Are there any problems with the CD? Sure. There isn't too much
      of a coherent flow amongst the discs, and you may find yourself
      skipping around between tracks to satisfy what mood you are in.
      While tracks like Snow are upbeat and energetic, the album
      drags you through melancholy in some of the slower songs such
      as Strip My Mind. You can tell that the band is dabbling
      outside of their comfort zone at several points in the CD, with
      songs such as Snow having an almost foreign feel, while still
      unmistakably being a Chili Peppers tune.

      All in all, I would highly recommend purchasing the new album.
      It has something for everyone, and with 28 tracks you'll be
      hard pressed to not find at least 3 or 4 songs that will stay
      with you. Aside from some slight problems with the flow of the
      CD and the fact that a few tracks that could've been best saved
      for a B-side, Stadium Arcadium is a record that will not be soon

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