Red Hot Chili Peppers Album
August 29, 2011 by Post Team
Red Hot Chili Peppers Album, About three songs on the new album by Red Hot Chili Peppers, “I’m With You,” bassist Flea album reviews more succinctly that a foreigner could ever when he says: “We are shooting everyone! It starts with the low “.
The lowest level in effect, the rule on this, the Chili Peppers’ tenth studio album. It is the first since the guitarist John Frusciante, part of the composition of the band of the last 20 years, left for the second and final time.
Apparently, the flea has taken upon itself to fill much of the resulting vacuum, soft lines, in the form of rubber feet to the front in the mix in almost all tracks.
While the bassist said in recent interviews to be influenced by the Rolling Stones, while working on “I’m With You”, unless he is talking about “Emotional Rescue”, we are not sure what you mean.
There is little straight rock found here, however, soul, funk, and a surprising degree, sounds a prominent club in this extremely soft, fine album full of subtle and interesting trends.
Do not believe us? Listen to the joyous dance rhythms and chicken scratch guitar of album-opener ‘Monarchy of the Roses “, or the disk-palms accentuate the chorus of” Look around you. ” When the band leaves things, let’s say, tastefully wild, as in the fusion of jazz-Hendrix-Goodbye Hooray “s finale, which is pretty impressive. However, it also makes you want to let things become stronger and a bit dirty more often.
However, the new recruit guitar Josh Klinghoffer, who played with the band as part of an expanded stage lineup during their last tour, appears before at least once a song with the economic side, but always interesting and creative.
We’re not sure if he or Flea playing the piano in the second half as the gay issues “Happiness Loves Company ‘, but adds a wonderful texture, especially the haunting line, almost like Radiohead, the end of the police station. ”
It will be interesting to see how this translates elegant sound recording stage live, and not have to wait long to see how it gets.
Tomorrow night (August 30), plus a pre-recorded performance on Fuse TV, the Peppers will perform at a special concert broadcast live to theaters around the world. You can find out where you are playing near you, visit the Fathom Events website.
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