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