Red Hot Chili Peppers fansite, news page and forum with dedicated RHCP magazine scan and articles section featuring Anthony Kiedis, Chad Smith, Flea Michael Balzary, Josh Klinghoffer and John Frusciante.
01. Around the World
04. Dark Necessities
07. Go Robot
10. Sick Love
11. Don’t Forget Me
12. Suck My Kiss
13. I Could Have Lied
14. By the Way
01 Can’t Stop
02 Snow ((Hey Oh))
03 Scar Tissue
04 Dark Necessities
05 Wet Sand
06 Me & My Friends
07 Go Robot
09 Tell Me Baby
10 Sick Love (note: different writing, concealed text showing and line- looks like the original song has been covered over with an alteration)
11 Suck My Kiss
12 Soul To Squeeze
13 By The Way
14 Goodbye Angels
15 Give It Away
Josh Klinghoffer’s solo was ‘Higgs Boson Blues’ by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Many thanks to Henrik once again for the live updates!
Midi Libre is running an article with some amazing photos.
Location: Super Bock Super Rock Festival, Lisbon, Portugal
Photo courtesy of Henrik Lewandowski
Note: The set list seems to have been really revised and changed. Under The Bridge is also showing on there but my friend who was there hasn’t listed it as being played. He also has a video of What is Soul being performed.
01 Can’t Stop
02 Snow ((Hey Oh))
03 Dark Necessities
04 The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie
05 Nobody Weird Like Me
06 Go Robot
09 Suck My Kiss
Josh Solo: Foi Na Cruz by Nick Cave
10 Soul To Squeeze
11 By The Way
12 Goodbye Angels
13 Give It Away
All photos courtesy of Henrik Lewandowski
Many thanks once again to Henrik!
UPDATE: Nice review from BLITZ (It translates well into English through Google)
An interview with Flea from the end of June (went online two days ago), when he was in Chicago. He talks a lot about The Silverlake Conservatory of Music, playing airbass (Oddly, no plans to introduce it as a subject at Silverlake!), his first concert, ‘Goodbye Angels,’ his autobiography, the film ‘Baby Driver’, etc. etc.
RHCP feature in the previous edition (number 26; number 27 now seems to be out) of the Trend Privé Magazine. The band do not appear to be on the print edition cover of the magazine but there is a digital version with them on. The magazine is available to read online and the Chili Peppers feature in an article about Norwegian photographer,Julie Christine Krøvel. There is one photo of the band in the article but there is no actual mention of them.
You can view the magazine here: Trend Prive #26 The article on Krøvel starts on page 166 and RHCP feature on pages 168-9. You can also purchase the magazine HERE
Thanks to RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS CLUB MÉXICO on Facebook for posting the cover so I was alerted to go off and look for the magazine. 🙂
There are some really high quality videos from the two Chicago shows that RHCP have just played and they deserve a post of their own! I’ve added a couple of them below but the full listings can be seen here:
I know this is short notice but I’ve been away for a few days and catching up on life… Some of my friends on Facebook have set up this project and have asked me to share it for them. They are collating a video for Blackie. Here are the details from their Facebook page:
“IMPORTANT POST, PLEASE READ”
A friend has asked us to try help make a Blackie Dammett thank you video, what we need from you is a short video of you expressing your thanks or showing your love for Blackie, please keep the videos positive, no direct mention of the big chill please, we are particularly hoping old Rockinfreakapotamus fan club members will make some videos and share some stories.
You can email your videos to email@example.com or if you are using a sharing website please use the same email address, please try keep the videos positive in context, we hope to get this video to Blackies family if possible so we can show what he meant to so many of us,
Video campaign will run for one week, please share with your friends, the more videos we get the better the video we send to Blackie.”
The final day to submit videos is Monday 3rd July.
A brief snippet of a video has been released which is apparently from the original video for ‘The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie’ that was directed by Kreayshawn but ditched in favour of a second video that was released:
“We had one sort of failed attempt at making a video for this song, which was indoors and just kind of dark and dank and not really fun or anything, so we thought, ‘Let’s go with the opposite of that.’ And the opposite of that was a rooftop.”
Source: MTV interview
The snippet shows a couple of live scenes of the band and then a scene where Anthony Kiedis shuts the door on an ambulance containing a girl and Josh Klinghoffer. Anthony turns to the camera and shrugs his arms. Both Klinghoffer and Kiedis are dressed as medics.