In this new audiobook, broadcaster and music writer Alan Cross narrates the definitive history of The Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Cross succeeds once again in revealing the fascinating history behind the music in the same compelling way we've come to expect from his long broadcasting career.
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this is ok if u really want the whole story just read scar tissue by anthony kiedis and larry sloman scar tissue was a lot better than this
Very informative and I also learned a lot more about the peppers
Scar tissue was better
Kiedes and flea are the rhcp and not the rookies that joined years later. Im only 12 yrs old and i know that if u want rhcp info get it from the person who experienced it not some lazy english guy who is assuming half the history... By the way scar tissue is a memoir put together by anthony kiedes, the lead singer, who lead his band in and out of dark holes, as he also did with his various struggles as a former drug addict til the mid 90's, which you can tell by how californication is far more innocent than previous albums, also if u know about rhcp and their desire for a metaphoric message, the song californication was about drugs pulling u in, hence the phrase " and tidal waves couldn't save the world from californication" meaning that nothing horrible lik a disaster compares to the magnitude of drub abuse... But what do i know, im only 12, and a diehard rhcp fan... And to repeat myself one last time, get the memoir scar tissue...