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Reactions to the new Red Hot Chili Peppers book and photos

Red Hot Chili Peppers in 1991 November 16, 2010 1 Response

Since The Red Hot Chili Peppers: An Oral/Visual History saw the light of the day a couple of weeks ago; there have been many reactions to it. (Un)surprisingly enough, many of them were out-of-the-box and picked from Reuters, so if you want a true opinion on the book, you’re better off getting yourself a copy.
The […]

Site updates – 14th November 2010

November 14, 2010 2 Responses

Whoa. It’s been eons since the last classic site update. In fact, it took place on 17th March 2009 and there were many of them planned in the meantime, but it’s been a hectic time so…if you submitted anything to the site between 18th March 2009 and today, it’s either a part of this update […]

Carlos Santana covers “Under The Bridge”

Carlos Santana - Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time November 9, 2010 29 Responses

The guitar legend Carlos Santana just released his new album, Carlos Santana – Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time.
The title pretty much speaks for itself – mr. Santana is covering a lot of songs famous for their melodies and riffs. Guest singers, ranging from Chris Cornell to India Arie are also […]

Red Hot Chili Peppers – An Oral/Visual History reviewed + competition results

An Oral/Visual History - The Red Hot Chili Peppers November 2, 2010 17 Responses

Just like it was the case with The Empyrean in January last year, Invisible Movement is reviewing the cool new thing so you can make up your mind whether you want it or not and so you know what to expect. At the same time, this review does not contain major spoilers, to make it […]

FINALLY! Speed Dealer Moms’ 12″ available for pre-order!

Speed Dealer Moms - 12" cover art October 27, 2010 23 Responses

Ever since Speed Dealer Mom’s first show was announced and their mysterios Myspace page was put up, the band that nobody’s actually heard but everyone knew would be awesome drew quite a lot of attention. They scheduled an appearance at the 2009 Bang Face Weekender on the not-so-fitting date of 26th April and their music […]

Japanese label to release Omar Rodriguez-Lopez & John Frusciante on a CD

Omar Rodriguez-Lopez & John Frusciante Japanese release CD + keychain October 21, 2010 4 Responses

If you have not got yourself a limited-edition vinyl of the Omar Rodriguez-Lopez & John Frusciante collab album and if you had no idea that the digital version silently went from free to no longer free; there’s no need to despair – it’s being exclusively released on a CD through a Japanese label on 15th […]

Talent show alumni getting sued for ripping off Under The Bridge?

Diana Vickers in "My Wicked Heart" music video October 16, 2010 35 Responses

It is not peculiar to see parts of songs or even entire songs sounding like something else. For example, Can’t Stop somehow shares the riff with Shania Twain’s Honey I’m Home and we’ve had quite a lot of discussion here regarding the similarities between Dani California and Tom Petty’s Mary Jane’s Last Dance. On the […]

The Red Hot Chili Peppers: An Oral/Visual History out this/next week – win one!

Red Hot Chili Peppers - An Oral/Visual History October 12, 2010 49 Responses

The time has come! Depending on when and where you order it, the first official Red Hot Chili Peppers’ biography is out on either 15th or 19th October, which are this Friday and next Tuesday. According to what some little birdies said, the book will be just what the doctor ordered in our little community, […]

Praises of How Deep Is Your Love? cover and By The Way

October 11, 2010 4 Responses

Here’s a pair of recent clippings, as John’s vocal, guitar and production skills are often talked about in the online media, whether he would like it it or not…
How Deep Is Your Love? makes it to a list of (in)famous covers
In the 18th issue of magazine-like feature The Vault, the subject are famous and […]

Mentions of John in a Swahili Blonde interview

Swahili Blonde - Nicole and keyboards October 9, 2010 5 Responses

In an interview for Japanese magazine Loud, Nicole Turley talked a lot about her project Swahili Blonde and the creation process behind songs, which is certainly interesting, as it was only Omar Rodriguez Lopez who previously shared what his creative process of working with John looked like.
Were most of the songs written and recorded by […]

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