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Great EP - Go to his website instead

In a move much like Radiohead or Nine Inch Nails, you can name your price for the EP. Forget Obama or Romney, Flea is going to help rebuild this country!

Very experimental

As a huge chili peppers fan, I knew I had to listen to this album with an open mind - knowing it has no correlation with the chili peppers or their style. It has an overall mellow rock mood with lots of piano. A couple of the songs also integrate techno. I am pleased with this album, but I can't really find myself loosing myself in this music just because of how experimental and unorthodox it is. Regardless, I give much props to Flea for venturing out and creating this music!

Nice Experimental EP

There are some great sounding tunes on here. Very different and very out-there in terms of style -- completely non traditional.

Don't think this is a Red Hot Chili Peppers album. Totally different, but still nice work. Give it a listen if you're feeling adventurous. I've found the tracks particularly good for meditation purposes.


Born: October 16, 1962 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Rock

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

Best known as an integral member of one of the '80s and '90s most popular rock bands, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Flea (real name Michael Balzary) is widely regarded as one of rock's most talented bassists. By combining funk-style bass (à la Funkadelic) with psychedelic, punk, and hard rock, Balzary created an original playing style that has been copied numerous times. In fact, the "copy cat syndrome" got so out of hand that he refused to use his popular slap technique for the Peppers' massive 1991...
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