Flea on “The Gorburger Show”

 

The Warner Sound has launched it’s new season for spring  and there’s a new offering called “The Gorburger Show.” It stars comedian TJ Miller as the voice of Gorburger who is a vulgar alien from outer space who just happens to have taken over a Japanese talk show where he interviews musicians and celebrities. Episode one of the new season features Flea! During the episode, Flea discusses Red Hot Chili Peppers’ sock wearing, matters of the heart and even gives his own endition of the popular dance, the worm!

The Gorburger Show, is presented by Funny or Die and The Warner Sound. Season 2 features not only Flea but also Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, Carson Daly, Eagles of Death Metal with Jack Black, Henry Rollins and more. The The first episode of the new season premiered today on The Warner Sound, and new episodes will launch each week on Monday at 11am ET / 8am PT on The Warner Sound  on Monday, March 11 at 11 a.m. ET. .

Flea on on “The Gorburger Show”… Enjoy! :)

Many thanks to Eric for the heads up and info on this!

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I've been a RHCP fan ever since I heard Under The Bridge way back in the mists of time. I brought BSSM and then their other albums but RHCP were just another band I listened to (I was a massive GNR fan at the time) but that changed once I heard Californication! I've been involved with the online RHCP scene since 2006, getting more heavily involved as time passed, and eventually the time was right to set up my own website dedicated to the band and thus, TheChiliSource was born. Since then I've also set up AnthonyKiedis.net along with various Twitter, Facebook & Tumblr pages connected to my websites and RHCP.

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