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Customer Reviews

okay, i have to say something here.

you people are starting to get me maddd. everyone is saying that they "changed their sound" and that it's too poppy. if you're a fan like me, you would know that their music doesn't have an overall sound. who would like a band with the same exact type of music every album? they divy it up sometimes because they're versatile and that's just what's so great about them. they've tackled almost every genre of music, so don't say that they've all of a sudden changed. since when is the peppers doing something different such a shock to people!? let them be who they are. they've learned so much over the years that whatever they do with their music is gonna be great! =]

Californiacation, snow (hey oh), Can't stop! This music is the $hit

If you don't have atleast one red hot chili peppers cd on your ipod, you don't deserve a life

great band

definately one of if not the best bands in the world, you have to remember these guys are all 40 + except john whos almost, they cant sing about fighting like a brave or nailing police chicks on their police cars, so i believe that this transition is entirely apropiate and they are still making amazing music

Biography

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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