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Behind the shambolic splendor of a Red Hot Chili Peppers’ performance is a tightly coiled symbiosis of musicianship. The band grapples with themes of life and death on I’m With You, an album born from the ashes of a friend’s fatal overdose. Bringing a subtle style, Josh Klinghoffer has replaced John Frusciante as guitarist, but the band still retains its unmistakable Chili Pepper flavor. The totemic lead single, “The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie,” soars and bops with magnitude

Customer Reviews

utter boredom

i used to be a huge RHCP fan about 20 years ago, since than i've gotten much older and so have anthony kiedis & co. it's a heartbreak to see my favorite band wither away... i didn't enjoy the last three albums as much as the earlier ones, but this one is simply boring and lame with all the excitement gone. this is the first RHCP album i regret to have bought and i'm truly sad about the band, not the wasted money.


For those worrying that the Peppers will struggle without John Frusciante. This album proves you wrong. Flea sounds fresh, AK sounds fresh, Chad is on top form as always and Josh Klinghoffer brings it by the lorry load. His backing vocals will give you goosebumps and you will not be able to stop yourself singing along and tapping away.

lost but not forgotten

there are a lot of unnecesarily harsh reviews here. nonetheless, as a longtime fan i bought the album and am by no means regretting the purchase.

those who are willing to accept the departure of john, yet want rhcp to continue slamming out tunes must also be willing to accept a slight change in sounds and creative style. the album doesnt lack creativity, its there, just not in the form of johns hair-raising solos which he brandished right in front of our eyes.

honestly. the first listen wasnt easy, as is the way with so many albums, but you give them a chance and they grow on you. the case holds especially true for bands who try to recreate themselves and even more so for those who lose the talent of one of the most iconic lead guitarists of this era. the fact they've even taken the leap to continue astonishes me. i believe they took a leap of faith. and landed on their feet..

chads drumming is so crisp in 'goodbye hooray' its hard to imagine how he hasnt been bagged up and sold in multipacks. fleas rhythm in 'look around' will take you back to that careless, breezy sound of 'by the way' and anthony just continues to do his thing, whatever it is, and hasnt slacked at all with the vocals up to point and some well-delivered fast paced lines too.

having listened to the album on/off for a week now there have been some tracks which were on repeat daily, whilst others i heard once on the first listen and didnt bother revisiting.. i can safely say now that i'm happy to play the entire album through. so far my highest rated have been all those listed from 'ethiopia' to 'happiness loves company'. enjoy.


Formed: 1983 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few rock groups of the '80s broke down as many musical barriers and were as original as the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Creating an intoxicating new musical style by combining funk and punk rock together (with an explosive stage show to boot), the Chili Peppers spawned a slew of imitators in their wake, but still managed to be the leaders of the pack by the dawn of the 21st century. The roots of the band lay in a friendship forged by three school chums, Anthony Kiedis, Michael Balzary, and Hillel Slovak,...
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